Ceara and Aidan gearing up for Smock Alley Performance

ReActors Ceara Carney and Aidan Keane are gearing up for the return of Glorious Shambles Production’s 'Writers in The Stars' this coming May at Smock Alley Theatre.

Meet Oscar Wilde, Mary Shelley and Ernest Hemingway as they visit us from the afterlife to stage a once in a lifetime production...if they can stop arguing that is.

Dates: 6th-11th May @ 7pm (matinee Sat 11th @ 3pm)

Venue: Smock Alley Theatre

Click here for tickets.


ReActors take to the The Dolmen.

You can catch four of our clients performing this week in: 'GREGORY- A Celebration of the Works of Lady Augusta Gregory'.

This performance of 3 of Lady Gregory's plays features ReActors: Jessica Freed, Paddy O'Dwyer, Pádraig Murray and Shane English.

Plays: 'The Work House Ward', 'The Gaol Gate', 'Cathleen Ní Houlihan'.

Venue: The Dolmen Theatre, Cornelscourt
Dates: 28th Feb-2nd March @ 8pm
Info and Tickets: http://www.dolmentheatre.ie/yeats.html



ReActors Aoife Moore and Daniel Costello featured in “Election’18” on RTE ONE last Friday night (14th December) at 7pm. You can also catch the show on the RTE Player here: https://beta.rte.ie/player/movie/election--18/86335016036

They play television reporters Sinèad Teeling and Richard Hanley in this one-off special directed by Ruán Magan, marking the centenary of the momentous 32-county general election in 1918.

This one-off special has a unique concept – it marks the centenary of the momentous 32-county general election.

Blending together mock coverage of the events, political analysis and staged vignettes, co-hosts David McCullagh and Sinéad O’Carroll are at the heart of the story, and present the show as if it was coverage of a modern general election.

They follow the reenactment as it unfolds, travelling around the country, visiting the count centres of 1918 and telling the stories of those who lived it.

Meanwhile, the studio is filled with analysts and experts, who react to the storylines as they happen, giving viewers a clear picture of that landmark event and its immediate aftermath.” - RTÉ Guide3 Dec 2018


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