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To Hearts!

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Thank you all SO much for attending Heart Shaped Vinyl over the past two weeks in Cleeres Theatre. 10 years from when we started up, we couldn’t have asked for a better way to celebrate the company and kick off our Devious 10 year. The audiences were fantastic, the support was overwhelming. We had such […]

Play Until Fade Out…

John Morton
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This weeks entire run of Heart Shaped Vinyl in Cleeres Theatre has been sold out. All four nights for this week are gone with a small chance of returns on the door if you want to take a punt. For the past 4 performances Cleeres Theatre has been stretched to capacity. Thanks so much to […]

Cranking Up The Jukebox

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We cranked up the jukebox last night and belted out the first performance of Heart Shaped Vinyl. HUGE thanks to the packed house that came out for the first re-playing of the show. Feels so good to bring it back to the stage after all this time. Here’s a selection of shots from the show. […]

Heart Shaped Vinyl – 1990’s

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The next album cover for Heart Shaped Vinyl plants us right into the 1990’s SIDE A: 1997 – Last Goodbye by Jeff Buckley Grainne and Des are on a blind date that’s sinking fast. SIDE B: 1999 – End Of A Century by Blur Grainne and Des are fighting a custody battle over their music […]

Heart Shaped Vinyl – 1980’s

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The next album cover for Heart Shaped Vinyl takes us to the heady days of the 1980’s. SIDE A: 1988 – What Difference Does It Make by The Smiths Sue is staying in Liam’s for the first time. But he’s really concerned about getting the music right. SIDE B: 1989 – Close To Me by […]

Heart Shaped Vinyl – 1970’s

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The second album cover for Heart Shaped Vinyl takes us into the era of punk and everything’s gotten that much scuzzier. SIDE A: 1977 – I Wanna Be Your Dog by The Stooges Deedee is a punk rocker. And her favourite band are The Skidmarks. Her latest memento? Their lead singer Jimmy Skids. SIDE B: […]

Heart Shaped Vinyl – 1960’s

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“Since you’ve got to go, oh you’d better go now…” The first album cover for Heart Shaped Vinyl has landed and we’re kicking things off in chronological fashion with the 1960’s. SIDE A: 1963 – Runaway by Del Shannon The Windmills have broken up after a disastrous gig. Julie’s going solo. Is Gerry going with […]

Devious 10: Heart Shaped Vinyl

John Morton
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“Ninety percent of the people in the world end up with the wrong person. And that’s what makes the jukebox spin.” – Willie Nelson. Here’s the first in a series of previews of the three shows that will be making up our 10th anniversary Devious 10 programme for 2016. Heart Shaped Vinyl is the first […]

Smitten Goes To Storyland

John Morton
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It’s not often that a play you produced gets turned into a TV pilot but that’s exactly what’s happened with Smitten. John Morton’s second play which we originally produced back in 2008 and revived again in 2011, has become one of this years RTÉ Storyland offerings on the RTÉ Player. Produced by Mycrofilms and shot […]

Devious 10 Announcement: Heart Shaped Vinyl

John Morton
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In a quick and surprising turn of events, Devious Theatre turn 10 years old in May 2016. That came around fast! To celebrate a decade of theatre, we’re lining up a big, celebratory programme for the year entitled, quite simply, Devious 10. And here’s our first announcement! We’ll be kicking off our 10th anniversary programme […]