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Devious 10 And Done

John Morton
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And that’s a wrap on our Devious 10 programme marking a decade of us making theatre that can be described as somewhat devious. Thanks so very much to everyone who came to support the three plays we produced this year. A special thanks to our venues, the Kilkenny threesome of Cleeres Theatre, The Watergate Theatre […]

Shifting On Screen

John Morton
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As part of this years Rockfall festival, we’re screening Shifting tonight in Cleeres Theatre at 8pm. If you didn’t see the play during it’s April 18th – 23rd run then this will be a nice way to see it again. Albeit, on a big screen. Entry is €5 and all proceeds go to Enable Ireland, […]

One Last Shift

John Morton
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If you missed our sell out run of Shifting this past April, there’s going to be a one night only screening of the entire play as part of this years Rockfall Festival. This is the fourth year we’ve been involved with the Rockfall Festival following on from performances of Heart Shaped Vinyl and Shakespeare In […]

Shifting: Kissing (Kilkenny Slang)

Ken McGuire
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The third and final installment of our Shifting Audio Shorts aired on KCLR 96FM’s Edwina Grace show on Friday evening, preceded by cast members John ‘Shaggy’ Kennedy, Adrian ‘Razor’ Kavanagh and Alan ‘Rabbit’ Doyle. Yes, those are their real names. Shifting: Kissing (Kilkenny slang) The Kissing installment was written be Eleanor Walsh (no nickname yet) […]

Shifting: To Transfer

Ken McGuire
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The second in our audio installments for Shifting has landed, this time looking at the definitions of shifting as meaning to transfer. Shifting: To transfer from one place to another This sequence was written by and is voiced by John Kennedy and with thanks to KCLR it went to air yesterday on the Edwina Grace […]

Shifting: Exchange

Ken McGuire
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When we began the residency, even before we began the residency at Kilkenny Arts Office, we put out a call for writers to join us for the year. Three of those writers – John Kennedy, Rhian Gibson and Eleanor Walsh – are involved with us in Shifting (writing, acting and assistant directing respectively), which opens […]

Meeting #1

John Morton
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Here’s our first introduction to some of the characters of our new production Shifting. The four young Kilkennyians in this poster are (l-r): David, returning hero and lead singer of The Tidy Tongues played by Geoff Warner Clayton. Laura, his lingering squeeze, chronic flirt and apathetic Spar deli worker played by Aoibhín Murphy. Jim, the […]