Leah in Painted Bird's TOILERS as part of Cork Midsummer Festival June 16-25Read More
Glynis Casson and Daniel Costello's 'Yeats' Women' is to extend its tour!
The show, which is a unique celebration of Yeats' life, his sublime poetry and the extraordinary women who loved and inspired him, will be performed, in celebration of Yeats' birthday, in the Studio at the dlr LexIcon in Dun Laoghaire on June 13th at 7pm (tickets can be found here). It will then make an appearance at the National Concert Hall on June 28th at 8pm.
ReActors Daniel and Glynis star in Yeats' Women at Castletown House, May 13th : http://castletown.ie/event/yeats-women/?instance_id=579Read More
Leah Moore's self-penned show is currently running as part of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival.
'Wasting Paper', the story of an eighteen-year-old poet who, having become an internet star, must go back to school to sit the Leaving Cert, runs until Saturday May 6th at the Ireland Institute, The Pearse Centre.
More info here: https://gaytheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873572855/events
Eavan Gaffney is set to appear in Smock Alley’s in-house production of Sheridan’s The Rivals, which will be staged later in the summer. Eavan will play Julia in this hilarious and historic comedy of manners, which will be directed by Liam Halligan, and run for the month of August . More details about the production are available on Smock Alley’s website http://smockalley.com/the-rivals/
'The Nation Holds Its Breath' written and directed by Kev Cahill and starring ReActors Eva Hein West & Myles Purcell has won the Audience Award for Short Film at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
Congratulations to all involved.
The Nation Holds its Breath is the story of young father who is torn between witnessing the miracle of childbirth and witnessing the miracle of Ireland reaching the quarter finals of the 1990 Football World Cup.
Shadaan Felfeli starts rehearsals soon for the Gate Theatre Production of Harold Pinter's 'One For The Road'.
The play is part of the Beckett Friel Pinter festival. Performance dates can be found on the Gates website www.gatetheatre.ie
Shadaan will play Victor in this chilling study of power and powerlessness.
And here is a bit more about Catherine.
Catherine is a Dublin native and a graduate from the University of Wolverhampton, where she received a first class honours degree in Drama. She is an accomplished and experienced actress and her most recent credits include Blackcatfishmusketeer (Malaprop Theatre Company) at this years Tiger Dublin Fringe, and Enjoy (Rough Magic Seeds) at the Project Arts Centre.
During Catherine's time in London she was a core member and devisor with the award-winning theatre ensemble Theo Adams Company. They have toured worldwide with all of their original productions and in 2012, were invited to undertake the prestigious Robert Wilson Residency in the Watermill Centre, NY.
In addition, Catherine has performed her own live art installations in numerous renowned art galleries.
Catherine is a strong physical performer, improviser and mezzo-soprano.
'Under Pressure' is a play about living with fear in Dublin’s north-east inner city. It has been developed by the people who live there and will run during the 2017 Five Lamps Arts Festival.
The Show in a Bag show 'Looking Deadly' that Keith Singleton co-wrote and performed in is due to visit many Theatres across the island of Ireland in 2017.