We had an absolute blast at the Dublin Fringe Festival. It was a pleasure and a privilege to bring the show to Dublin and to give people an extended chance to see our work and generally, sample some deviousness. We came out of it with a Fringe award nomination (for the fantastic Miss Roseanna Purcell), two four star reviews from The Irish Times and Irish Theatre Magazine (reviews aren’t everything… but still, it’s nice to get nice ones) and most importantly solid houses full of people who laughed and clapped and were very complimentary about the show. On top of that, we got to see the work of lots of amazingly talented peeps and generally have a riot of a time in the capital. We want to again thank Róise Goan, Emma Hannon and the whole brilliant team at Fringe for being so good to us and giving us the opportunity to represent on that stage.
Now, we’re back in the saddle, back in the 056, our feet on home soil and we are poised and aimed at The Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny for this weeks run of War Of Attrition. It’s the first time we’re performing a new piece of work in Kilkenny’s biggest theatre and that in itself gives us a small dose of the butterflies but we’re hopeful that our hometown crowd will come out and see the show. This is going to be our fourth production in The Watergate Theatre and we’re really excited for Kilkenny audiences to finally see War Of Attrition.
So arm yourself up with tickets this weekend and come see us do what we do! Tickets for the show are €13 and can be booked online here, over the phone on 056-7761674 and in person at Watergate Theatre Box Office on Parliament Street.