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Drifter. Loner. Troublemaker?

Nov
24,
2014
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woa-characters-CHRIS-smallHere'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. Loner. Troublemaker? John Morton is also the writer of War Of Attrition. Previous plays for Devious Theatre include Heart Shaped Vinyl, Smitten and Scratcher. He has previously appeared in bash: latterday plays, Smitten, Scratcher, Accidental Death Of An Anarchist, Stags and Hens, Cannibal! The Musical and Trainspotting. Directed by Niamh Moroney, War Of Attrition plays The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from December 9th-11th followed by a run in Project Arts Centre, Dublin from December 15th-20th. Book your tickets by clicking the venue of your choice!

Instigator. Provocateur. Troll?

Nov
17,
2014
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woa-characters-ALAN-smallAs 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 autumn. The first shows the character of Alan, played by John Doran. Alan, aka Generalissimo Malaise, is a hugely popular blogger who targets the 'everyday arsehole' online. Instigator. Provocateur. Troll? John Doran's previous stage credits with Devious Theatre include Cannibal! The Musical, Stags and Hens, Shakespeare In Bits and the upcoming radio serial Vultures. He was also the co-writer and director of this years production of Some Flood. Directed by Niamh Moroney, War Of Attrition plays The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from December 9th-11th followed by a run in Project Arts Centre, Dublin from December 15th-20th. Book your tickets by clicking the venue of your choice! We're so web savvy...

Project War

Nov
6,
2014
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woa-dublin-outdoorHere's our poster for War Of Attrition's upcoming run in Project Arts Centre. It's a huge deal to us to be invited to perform in 'the big blue building' in Temple Bar and we couldn't be more excited to be performing our comic thriller War Of Attrition there. We're playing from 15th to 20th of December at 8.15pm nightly. We've previously played there with Scratcher at The Theatre Machine Turns You On Vol: II and with a few contributions to TEXT | Messages but this is our first full run in the space. If you book your tickets before December 8th you'll get a 25% discount, what a bargain! This poster was designed again by the ever talented Mr. Paddy Dunne, he'll also be furnishing us with a new series of character posters that we'll be unveiling over the next three weeks.

Wanna Be Friends?

Oct
28,
2014
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IMG_0856_3 We're really good friends, promise. We recently relaunched our Friends Of Programme for 2014/15. As we're not in receipt of regular funding sponsorship, fundraising and generally making friends is an essential part of our ability to make new work. Without the help of good friends and patrons, we wouldn't have been able to make and tour our work for the past eight years. Our programme runs from October to October every year and this year will take in our remount of War Of Attrition this December, our brand new radio serial Vultures and our upcoming collaboration with Corcadorca and Equinox Theatre Company on the Bridge Street Project next summer. And that's only what's confirmed, there are a few other projects on the boil which we'll be revealing in due course. All in all, our 2014/15 season is shaping up to be one of our most varied and jam packed yet. woa-galway-11If you'd like to get on board for the year and help support our work, please visit our Friends Of Devious Theatre page here. There's a large selection of options that you can choose from no matter what your budget may be. Have a look and consider becoming our friends! And we're all about the benefits!

NEST

Oct
12,
2014
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unnamedA new and exciting theatre event is taking place in Kilkenny this weekend. We're spreading the word about NEST, a three day event that will traverse through performing arts disciplines in pursuit of what exactly is the essence of being a female performance artist working in the industry today. Nest was instigated by two independent Kilkenny based performers and writers; Susie Lamb and Niamh Moroney, one of our founding mothers. The event was born out of the need to investigate aspects of female made performance. From this idea they have cultivated a unique residential festival taking place in Parliament Street this coming weekend. 3744945590Over the three days a series of plays, music, workshops, work in progress showings and panel discussions by Susie Lamb, Niamh Shaw, Zoe Uí Fhaolain, Aine Phillips, Niamh Moroney, Breda Larkin, Joanne Boyle, Eszter Nemethi, Ita Morrissey, Gillian Grattan and more. You can get a full run down of events right here. The festival takes place entirely within 41 Parliament Street with weekend tickets for all events costing €100 and that runs from Friday at 5pm to Sunday night at 10.30pm. Saturday and Sunday tickets for the event are €50 each, which gives you access to all events on those days from 9.30am-10.30pm. Tickets are limited though so be warned. Tickets can be booked by e mailing nestkilkenny@gmail.com and putting “BOOKING” in the subject box or by calling Niamh on 0831510156.

Irish Theatre Is Online

Oct
6,
2014
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Bash (2011)We've been absolutely loving the new IrishTheatre.ie website from Irish Theatre Institute. It is a full and comprehensive database of Irish theatre and everything you could want to know is easily accessible. Everything. What a great resource to have for Irish theatre makers and one that nicely fills the void left by the Irish Theatre Handbook. That handbook was our Bible in our early years of grassroots theatre making in Kilkenny and it's really cool to be part of its online equivalent all these years later. We've got our own nice little section which you can peruse here. If you want to get lost down the rabbit hole of Irish theatre for a few hours, this is the place to go. Now if you don't mind us, we'll be procrastinating for a little bit longer...

You Don’t Get To Win… Again

Sep
23,
2014
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10711538_10152768910634459_391617527_nIf you lost out by not catching our production of War Of Attrition by John Morton last year, then you'll be happy to know that it returns this December for a run in Project Arts Centre in Dublin and the Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny. The play had a successful debut run last year at Dublin Fringe Festival before making its way to Galway Theatre Festival. It received 4 star reviews from Irish Theatre Magazine and The Irish Times as well as garnering a Fringe Awards nomination for Best Female Performer for Roseanna Purcell's role as Daisy. DeviousTheatre_WarOfAttrition_ForWeb-1036As the synopsis for the show goes: Daisy is an unwitting internet celebrity, the ‘Psycho Chugger’ whose video currently has 178, 234 views on Youtube – it is ruining her life. Alan, a blogger by the name of Generalissimo Malaise who claims to target the ‘everyday arsehole’, is the one who made it. And Chris, well he just got caught in the crossfire. There will be casualties when a nasty game of one-upmanship descends into a relentless war. War Of Attrition is a destructively comic thriller that takes you from parties on the streets of Dublin to the darkest parts of the internet where revolution is brewing. The original cast of John Doran, John Morton and Roseanna Purcell return under the direction of Niamh Moroney. The show plays The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from December 9th-11th and Project Arts Centre, Dublin from December 15th-20th. Tickets for both shows can now be booked online. If you missed out on catching it in 2013, here's your last chance to catch the show!

Cult Fiction

Sep
16,
2014
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10623492_10152903087728676_8553289367359675772_oNow that the waters are settling on Some Flood, we can focus on putting our plugging skills to work on another Tiger Dublin Fringe show involving some deviants. John Doran is part of this years Show In A Bag programme with his debut work as a writer/performer entitled The Centre Of The Universe. It tells the story of John, a man who wants you to join a cult, as he outlines the reasons he took such an extreme step and how his new methodology can benefit you, his audience of best friends. A highly physical comedy directed by John Morton, it's been earning some rave reviews, as you can read here and here. 10631052_10152900136648676_796277500093288867_oThere's only three performances of it left this week in Bewley's Cafe Theatre and it's one Tiger Dublin Fringe show we recommend that you see while you still can. It also features a score from Moses Moorhouse, lighting design from Maggie Donovan as well as work from the aforementioned 'Johns' so it's not too far off the Some Flood spectrum of things. If you enjoyed that show, you should make a plan to see this one. And if you like powerhouse one man performances, particularly in the Show In A Bag mold, definitely chalk this slice of cult fiction down on your Dublin Fringe to do list. You can get your tickets here.

Last Man Standing

Sep
12,
2014
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some_flood_production3Tonight is the very last performance of Some Flood as part of this years Tiger Dublin Fringe. We've had a great run with the show and we're so glad that the work of John Doran, Kevin Mooney and Eddie Murphy has met with great houses and wall to wall laughter from Dublin audiences. We've been equally delighted, tired and excited by the past week and generally just chuffed to be part of such a great festival. Your final chance to see Noah try to find some use for himself in a big, bad, lonely world is tonight in Boys School, Smock Alley at 9.15pm. For more info check out our page on the Tiger Dublin Fringe website and to buy tickets you can also visit the Fringe Box Office at Filmbase or call 1850 374643. But do it quick because we're selling out fast tonight!

Panic On The Streets Of Dublin

Sep
11,
2014
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