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Heart Shaped Vinyl – 2000’s

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The next album cover for Heart Shaped Vinyl plants us right to where we ended the first production of the play, the 2000’s. SIDE A: 2003 – I Am Trying To Break Your Heart by Wilco On the last day of school, Sean has made a mixtape for Kate and he’s hoping she’s really listening. […]

The Welfare Officer

John Morton
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The penultimate member of The Union is in attendance. The Welfare Officer of St. Dominic’s Student Union is played by Colin O’Brien. €10,060 stolen. 5 suspects. Let’s see how united this Union really is. #stdominics4ever The Union opens in Cleeres Theatre, Parliament Street, Kilkenny on July 29th and runs until August 1st at 8pm nightly. […]

Little Deviation #3: The Union

John Morton
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The Union is a new play from Adrian Kavanagh. His previous writing credits include Bittersweet Graffiti and One For The Road for Spark Productions. I got pretty tired of writing about relationships. Boy meets girl, boy falls in love, and boy either wins or loses. I wanted a change, something that would free me up […]

A Boy Called Adam

John Morton
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As we approach our final performances of Phantasm tonight, we have a brief chat with Colin O’Brien about the show. Are you enjoying bringing the play home to Kilkenny? It’s great to be playing on home turf, and there’s definitely a sense of relief amongst everyone that our little touring show has reached its ultimate […]

Solstice Tripping

John Morton
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Our new show Phantasm is one about new perspectives and taking some pretty crazy trips. And in a way, it quite accurately sums up the Solstice experience. We went down to Cork on a pretty crazy trip last year with 10 actors and 6 crew members to put on the biggest (and by biggest we […]

Kitsune

John Morton
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kitsune. A mythical Japanese creature, with the ability to shapeshift – usually takes on the shape of a fox. In human form they seduce others, feed on people’s life force, only able to do so in multiple short sessions. Foxes make up a big part of the story of Phantasm. John Kennedy’s new short play […]