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Last Man Standing

John Morton
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Tonight 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 […]

Panic On The Streets Of Dublin

John Morton
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We hit the streets of Dublin yesterday to promote Some Flood. They spread plenty of apocalyptic based paranoia… and handed out some flyers. Here’s some pics of the lads in public baiting action, taken by Kasia Kaminska. Thank god it didn’t rain. Some Flood runs until Friday 12th September at 9.15pm nightly in Boys School, […]

Fishing For Compliments

John Morton
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So, we’re off and running! Out to sea, if you please. So far, it’s been good sailing too. Dublin’s great, the weather is great, Smock Alley is a smashing place and after two performance nights so far, we’ve been enjoying great chats with audience members about the show. The feedback from audiences has been fantastic […]

Out To Sea

John Morton
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One down… We had a great preview last night with the lads leaving a healthy flood of sweat on the stage. Tonight we officially open Some Flood at Tiger Dublin Fringe. Here’s the first look at the show in Fringe action with Kevin Mooney and Eddie Murphy complemented by the fantastic set design of Kate […]

The Flood Came…

John Morton
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“It’s kinda like that show Lost or something, only way more annoying because at least in Lost you know that if you download another episode, you’ll find out exactly what’s going on.” “You don’t see Tom Hanks wondering what happened his plane in Castaway or what happened to Wilson after he got washed away.” “I […]

The Centre Of The Universe

John Morton
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Apart from Some Flood, there’s another show from erstwhile Deviants hitting the stage at this years Dublin Fringe Festival. John Doran is presenting his first one man show The Centre Of The Universe as part of this years Show In A Bag line up from Fringe, Fishamble and the Irish Theatre Institute. It’s got a […]

War Chest

John Morton
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As 2013 begins to wind down somewhat and we begin start casting our eyes towards 2014, it’s come to the time of the year where we start tidying up our archive and putting everything away for safe keeping until we need it again! On that note, we’ve got a whole lot of lovely War Of […]

Oh, What A Lovely War

John Morton
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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), […]

Reactions: War Of Attrition In Dublin

Ken McGuire
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With the increase in use of social media outlets both by ourselves and theatre going audiences around the country over the past few years, it’s becoming easier to garner feedback on shows. One of the big things for ourselves as a company is that in bringing War Of Attrition to Dublin, we were relative unknowns […]

Prisoners Of War

John Morton
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Tonight is our first preview of War Of Attrition at Dublin Fringe Festival. We’ve been in lockdown throughout our exciting, nerve wracking, war mongering, embattled, craic filled rehearsal process for the past month and yeah, we feel a little like prisoners of war. It’s been intense period in theatrical captivity but we’re about to stick […]