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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 […]

Ciara Donegan

If You’re Not In…

John Morton
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…you don’t get to win. We’re down to the final two performances of War Of Attrition. And when it’s gone, it’s gone and it ain’t coming back again. You have been warned. The run has been going great guns so far. Well, maybe apart from last night. Thanks to the sweetest, coolest audience we’ve ever […]

Ciara Donegan

You Want A War?

John Morton
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Well you’ve got one happening this week in Project Arts Centre. Our production of War Of Attrition by John Morton kicked off last night with a preview in the big blue building in Temple Bar. We had a great crowd along and the whooping and hollering was exactly the kind of energy we needed to […]

Ciara Donegan

A Bicyle Built For Three

John Morton
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Actually if you account for the crew, we need a bicycle built for 8 but that’s besides the point, Devious Theatre are travelling to Dublin to get ready and set for our run of War Of Attrition in Project Arts Centre next week. And we’ve loaded our bicycles good. We finished the Kilkenny run last […]

Ciara Donegan

Remember, Remember The 9th Of December

John Morton
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Okay, it’s not quite the 5th of November but the Falksian qualities of our cyber revolution in War Of Attrition makes it at least ripe for word play. We’re hitting The Watergate Theatre in anticipation of our War Of Attrition opening night tomorrow night, yes, December 9th. We’ve been reworking some elements of the play, […]

Ciara Donegan

You Do Get To Win

John Morton
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As we finish up our final week of rehearsals on our remount of War Of Attrition, the promo has been kicking up a gear. No better way to get people excited than a good ol’ ticket competition. Meg.ie are running a competition to win two tickets to see the show in Project Arts Centre this […]

Ciara Donegan

Chugger. Fighter. Traitor?

John Morton
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Here’s the final poster in our new series of War Of Attrition character promos. We get a look at Daisy, played by Roseanna Purcell, an unemployed journalism student trying to stop the viral video that’s ruining her life. War Of Attrition is Roseanna’s first production with Devious Theatre. She was nominated for Best Female Performer […]

Ciara Donegan

The Psychopath Test

John Morton
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We’ve just unveiled a new promo video for War Of Attrition. It’s called The Psychopath Test and is based on Hervery M. Cleckley’s 16 behavioral characteristics of a psychopath as laid out in his influential 1941 textbook The Mask Of Sanity. Our new promo, designed by Paddy Dunne and edited by Ken McGuire, lays out […]

Ciara Donegan

Drifter. Loner. Troublemaker?

John Morton
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Here’s a first look at a brand new War Of Attrition poster, courtesy of our designer Paddy Dunne. This one shows the character of Chris, played by John Morton, a man of the streets fighting to get back on his feet and caught in the crossfire of a vicious feud between troll and victim. Drifter. […]

Ciara Donegan

Instigator. Provocateur. Troll?

John Morton
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As we approach our production of War Of Attrition this coming December, today we unveil the first of a new series of character posters for John Morton’s play. The posters are designed by Paddy Dunne who has conjured up a brilliant series of posters for War Of Attrition since its Dublin Fringe Festival debut last […]

Ciara Donegan