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Up and Coming

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John Kennedy and Eleanor Walsh, with Paddy Dunne, John Morton and Ken McGuire in January 2011 After partaking in Fishamble’s New Play Clinic last week, we got word that two of our up and coming members have had their writing recognised by the same company. Fishamble also selected short plays from writers John Kennedy and […]

2011: The Future Was Well

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It’s been a hell of a 12 months for Devious Theatre. This time last year we were prepping for 3 plays. We did 4. Then did a play within a play, that kinda makes five. Plus collectively our core bunch of awesome thespians dipped their toes in and out of the water with other companies […]

Moving To A New HQ

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Today’s our last day in Kilkenny Arts Office. We’ve spent the past 2 weeks cleaning up the mess from the end of In The Future When All’s Well. Painting walls, cleaning up sets, organising costumes, cataloging props and generally cleaning the hell out of the place. After having such a productive 6 months here and […]

Shifting – Bohemian Rhapsody

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We’re showing off a little bit of our various shows from In The Future When All’s Well online, for both archiving reasons and also… showing them off, really. After putting out a Scratcher piece here, we’re now showing off one of the most popular scenes from Shifting. It might look like a bunch of drunk […]

Smitten Closes

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Smitten wrapped on Saturday night to its eight standing ovation of eight performances and a packed (noisy and sweaty) house in Kilkenny Arts Office. In short, it went really very well and the feedback to the show was absolutely spectacular. We enjoyed some lovely compliments and warm, receptive audiences. In fact, as the parting shot […]

The Walking Musical

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Suzanne O’Brien has previously performed for us in Heart Shaped Vinyl, Cannibal! The Musical, Trainspotting and the first version of Smitten. Here, she returns as the mysterious Daffney Molloy. What can you tell us, if anything, about Daffney Molloy? She’s a absolute doll. I’m afraid that if I say anything else, I’ll be cut from […]

The Bad Singer

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John Morton directed all three plays in our In The Future When All’s Well residency (and in this case with assistance from Angela Barrett and Gemma Grant). He’s also appeared in a lot of our plays, last showing up in Scratcher. He’s also a founding member of the company. He plays Tommy in Smitten. You’re […]

The Smooth Operator

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Kevin Mooney is a founding member of Devious Theatre and has previously appeared in Heart Shaped Vinyl and the first version of Smitten as Dave. He’s also directed Heart Shaped Vinyl, Cannibal! The Musical (with Ken McGuire) and Stags and Hens. This time he plays the part of Niall. Here, he speaks to us. What’s […]

Smitten Comes Home

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Smitten opens tonight in Kilkenny Arts Office, the final part of our In The Future When All’s Well residency here in No. 76 John Street, following on from Scratcher and Shifting. After making its debut bow in Cork at Solstice last week, we’re delighted to be bringing the show back to Kilkenny for its first […]

The Carousing Drunk

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Ken McGuire last appeared in Scratcher. Previous to that he has appeared in all of our other plays with the exception of Shifting. He’s also produced the lot of them. He’s some man to talk. What’s the biggest difference between this Smitten and the last? Both as an actor and a producer? I’m much less […]