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Cult Of Personality

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“A cult? Like a cult cult? Like a sect? A movement do you mean? One of them new found religions? Why should I join a cult? Aren’t I generally supposed to stay away from cults? Aren’t they just weird?” John Doran’s The Centre Of The Universe focuses on a young man who sets up his […]

The Centre Of The Universe

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We’re delighted to announce that our next production will be The Centre Of The Universe, a one man show written and performed by John Doran. Originally performed as one of the Show In A Bag offerings at the 2014 Tiger Dublin Fringe festival, we’re delighted to be taking on production duties for this acclaimed show […]

You Want A War?

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Well you’ve got one happening this week in Project Arts Centre. Our production of War Of Attrition by John Morton kicked off last night with a preview in the big blue building in Temple Bar. We had a great crowd along and the whooping and hollering was exactly the kind of energy we needed to […]

A Bicyle Built For Three

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Actually if you account for the crew, we need a bicycle built for 8 but that’s besides the point, Devious Theatre are travelling to Dublin to get ready and set for our run of War Of Attrition in Project Arts Centre next week. And we’ve loaded our bicycles good. We finished the Kilkenny run last […]

Remember, Remember The 9th Of December

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Okay, it’s not quite the 5th of November but the Falksian qualities of our cyber revolution in War Of Attrition makes it at least ripe for word play. We’re hitting The Watergate Theatre in anticipation of our War Of Attrition opening night tomorrow night, yes, December 9th. We’ve been reworking some elements of the play, […]

Instigator. Provocateur. Troll?

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As we approach our production of War Of Attrition this coming December, today we unveil the first of a new series of character posters for John Morton’s play. The posters are designed by Paddy Dunne who has conjured up a brilliant series of posters for War Of Attrition since its Dublin Fringe Festival debut last […]

You Don’t Get To Win… Again

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If you lost out by not catching our production of War Of Attrition by John Morton last year, then you’ll be happy to know that it returns this December for a run in Project Arts Centre in Dublin and the Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny. The play had a successful debut run last year at Dublin […]

Cult Fiction

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Now that the waters are settling on Some Flood, we can focus on putting our plugging skills to work on another Tiger Dublin Fringe show involving some deviants. John Doran is part of this years Show In A Bag programme with his debut work as a writer/performer entitled The Centre Of The Universe. It tells […]

Fishing For Compliments

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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

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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 […]