Yeats' Women

Glynis Casson and Daniel Costello are performing “Yeats’ Women” in Christ Church Hall Sandymount on Sunday 18th October at 7:30pm to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Yeats’ Birth in Sandymount this year.

The Show is written by Glynis and tells the story of the lives of Yeats and the women who influenced him, supported him, inspired him, loved him and who also rejected his love.It will be illustrated with Yeats’ Poetry, some of which is put to music and sung with harp accompaniment by Claire Roche.

There will be two other performances in “Woodford House” Booterstown Park on the 7th and 15th November. They have also been invited to perform “Yeats’ Women” in Thoor Ballylee,” Yeats’ famous Tower near Coole Co. Galway, in the Spring next year.

What the Reviewers said about Language of the Mute


‘Jack Harte is liable to face calls for his burning at the stake for his first play Language of the Mute. The play’s passion to de-bunk blood sacrifice is as fierce as it is salutary…it cuts to the heart. This is an important play, and deserves some serious objective consideration.’’

Sunday Independent

‘With a literary feel throughout, Language of the Mute has some beautiful dialogue and tender moments in what is a very difficult tale to tell. It bravely tackles subjects that some would rather not acknowledge and in doing so attempts to give words to those who cannot speak or who are not listened to. The drama takes place between the 1990s and the 1970s, with the transition between these periods being very well directed (Liam Halligan) and structured. The simple classroom set by Eoin Lennon is reminiscent of classrooms up and the down the country. Of note, Dene BOLA’s sound skills add an eerie calmness to the transitions and this works very well a furthering the emotional impact of the tale.’

The Public Reviews

Aoife Moore in The Language of the Mute at The New Theatre


ReActor Aoife Moore takes to the stage in The Language of the Mute which Opens tonight at The New Theatre: Dublin and runs until the 5th September nightly at 19.30. A reunion of former friends… Questions asked ... silence broken ... truths revealed… Revenge or Justice? There are choices to be made.

Inspired by real life events, Jack Harte's shattering new play shines a light on sinister exploitation and the search for justice.

Aoife Moore in Improvaganza

Aoife Moore will be performing with The Very Tiny Improv Group this Friday the 21st August in the harbour playhouse at 8pm for more details visit their Facebook  event #Improv #ReActors