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If You’re Not In…

Dec
19,
2014
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woa_promophoto-9...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 had last night at the show. We've carried on with shows through fallen lights, broken legs, crucial props falling into the pit, penises popping out, invading drunks and that hilarious time Gemma Grant slipped in a puddle of fake blood but last night was the first time in 8 years we've ever had to stop a show. Apologies to everyone who suffered through a compromised version of War Of Attrition and thanks for sticking with us while we tried to get it back online. It was a complete freak tech accident that proved that if you do a play about hacking, you're asking for it. But hey, you soldier on. And we blame North Korea. woa_promophoto-7Anyway, tech malfunctions asides we've had a wonderful time in Project Arts Centre, the audiences have been great and we've gotten some real nice reviews like here and here. So if you want to catch the show before it finishes up entirely, grab your tickets and come see us tonight or tomorrow. Remember, if you're not in...

You Want A War?

Dec
16,
2014
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woa_promophoto-5Well 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 get our war machine rolling. So one down, five more to go. woa_promophoto-10We're running until Saturday December 20th so there's still plenty of chances to see the show if you're not overrun with festive preparations! And hopefully once the buzz gets around on the show we can grow an army of loyal audience members. If you want to get your tickets for this weeks shows, take a handy click of this link.

A Bicyle Built For Three

Dec
12,
2014
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10863938_10152839352596206_7969011655353449906_oActually 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 night and we'd like to thank everybody who came to see the show as well as Ger Cody and the staff of The Watergate Theatre for their kind hospitality. Now it's off to the capital for 6 performances of a show that only today was described by The Irish Times today as"A comic and darkly subversive take on chuggers, bilious internet bloggers and psychopathy." For the full preview, take a look here. The entire team are really excited to be returning to Dublin for the show. We hope to see you this coming week down Temple Bar way. We're playing at 8.15pm nightly in Project Cube from Monday 15th to Saturday 20th and you can get your tickets for the show right here.

Remember, Remember The 9th Of December

Dec
7,
2014
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1527043_10152422931866746_5971948362476405825_nOkay, 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, namely upgrading a lot of our design, and we're confident that this rebooted version of last years production is going to knock some socks off. And if you missed it last year, well then all the more reason to seek it out! 10410522_10152431703156746_6131114883741986717_nDirector Niamh Moroney and the team have been reassembling our web based comic thriller in Dublin and Kilkenny over the past three weeks and we're really excited about bringing the show to both counties over the next fortnight. Kilkenny audiences, we'll be opening tomorrow night at 8pm in The Watergate Theatre. It's great to be back there, it always feels like home. So if you're looking for something theatrical to get your teeth into this festive season, come along and see us in action over the next three nights. War Of Attrition opens in The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny on December 9th and runs until Thursday December 11th. Online tickets can be booked here and phone bookings can be made on 056-7761674.

You Do Get To Win

Dec
3,
2014
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DeviousTheatre_WarOfAttrition_ForWeb-1041As 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 month. If you want to enter click here to throw your name into the hat. For anyone in Kilkenny, just remember that we're kicking off in The Watergate Theatre this Tuesday night at 8pm.

Chugger. Fighter. Traitor?

Dec
2,
2014
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woa-characters-DAISY-smallHere'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 at last years Dublin Fringe Festival awards for playing the role. This poster was designed by Paddy Dunne and photographed by Ken McGuire. 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!

The Psychopath Test

Nov
27,
2014
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16We'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 those 16 characteristics. So, how many do you tick off? Take the test: How does the psychopath test fit into the play itself? The only way to find out is by joining us in The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from the 9th-11th of December and in Project Arts Centre, Dublin from 15th-20th December.

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.
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