Sally Denver Matthews (Sleep Deprived Mother)

ReActor Gilly O Shea's one-woman show will premiere at the First Fortnight Festival 2018! Sally Denver Matthews, written and performed by Gilly, will open in Dublin on Janurary 12th and head to Kildare on January 18th. Don't miss it!

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FESTABIT - Playwriting and devising workshop

Shadaan and Daniel are delighted to be part of

Arambe Productions Presents
Special Event
FESTABIT - Playwriting and devising workshop
Project Arts Centre. Friday 17th
2.45pm – 5:15 pm: Play reading and discussion
A performance of a rehearsed reading of The Other War by Eritrean playwright Alemseged Tesfai by a multicultural cast: Rosa Bowden, Daniel Costello, Shadaan Felfeli,Geraldine McAlinden, Donna Nikolaisen and Ann Sheehy as directed by Cathy Leeney. Followed by a discussion with Cathy Leeney and Eritrean author, Alemseged Tesfai

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Cork Film Festival

ReActor Glynis Casson is starring in two films at the 62nd Cork film festival which runs from November 10-19 this year. On the 10th of November you can see Glynis opposite Dan Stevens in The Man Who Invented Christmas which is the festival's opening Gala film. Then on the 11th at 11:45am you can catch Glynis playing Phyllis in the new Irish short film Bless me father.

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'The Lion's Share' wins at 8th Underground Cinema Film Festival

Congratulations to member Owen O'Gorman, whose short film won 'The Lion's Share' won runner-up best independent short film at the 8th Underground Cinema International Film Festival last weekend. Owen wrote and directed the short, and was expertly assisted by Padraig Murray as assistant director. Well done to the entire cast and crew!

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We Have Moved!

ReActors has moved its office to brand new digs! 

It's with heavy hearts that we leave behind our home of the last 19 (!) years at Eden Quay. We are very excited, however, to be relocating to 30 Wicklow Street, where we'll be just down the hall from our illustrious fellow co-ops, Castaway and Frontline! 

We can be found in our new home (pictured) from tomorrow (Monday). Our phone number remains the same, but should there be any teething problems with the landline in the coming days, you can catch us on our mobile - 085 8826440.

Here's to the next 19 years! 



Cate's Killing it in Edinburgh!

Cate (Catherine) Russell is currently playing a blinder at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, in not one but TWO shows! Blackcatfishmusketeer and Love+, both by exciting young Irish company Malaprop, are currently running at Summerhall and winning rave reviews. 

If you're in Edinburgh, these shows are not to be missed!

Check out this amazing 4 star review of Blackcatfishmusketeer by The Stage!







Reactors Glynis Casson and Daniel Costello are bringing their show Yeats Women to the Ilac Library for Heritage week. The show is on the 22nd of August at 1pm 

ReActors Glynis Casson and Daniel Costello are taking their new show 'Yeats' Women' to The Orangery in Killruddery House this Sunday the 6th of August at 3pm.

“Yeats’ Women” tells the story of W.B. Yeats’ life and all the women who supported and inspired him, his two sisters Lily and Lolly, his muse Maud Gonne, Lady Gregory, his wife George Yeats , Olivia Shakespeare and many others who also inspired his wonderful poetry. Besides the narration of the story of Yeats’ life, Glynis Casson and Daniel Costello recite Yeats’ poetry, some of which has been put to music by Harpist Claire Roche which she sings to her beautiful harp accompaniment.
“Yeats’ Women” is a sympathetic and eloquent account of Ireland’s great Poet told in poetry, music and song.