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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 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 […]

By Neil LaBute

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‘I put heavy things on my audiences. I love it.’ Neil LaBute, February 2011. And that’s probably why we love Neil LaBute. He was one of the writers who was on our mind when we formed the company in 2006. We would sit outside the Marble City Tea Rooms (and then the Coffee Club when […]

Are You Ready To Listen?

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‘The looser the better on this one I figure, so bottoms up, or whatever they say at the bar these days’ – iphigenia in orem by Neil LaBute. That’s all we’re asking. That you sit and listen to these three stories. And if you need to loosen up, then by all means loosen up. bash: […]

Medea Redux

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Annette O’Shea last played the lead role of Claire in Smitten. Here, she talks about how she came across Medea Redux and what the part means to her. In a strange way, my rehearsal for this play began about four years ago. I am sure he has long forgotten but back in 2008, in my […]

One Last Shift

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If you missed our sell out run of Shifting this past April, there’s going to be a one night only screening of the entire play as part of this years Rockfall Festival. This is the fourth year we’ve been involved with the Rockfall Festival following on from performances of Heart Shaped Vinyl and Shakespeare In […]

Bash Trailer

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We went and made a trailer for our production of bash: latterday plays by Neil LaBute. And here it is: It is made up of the opening lines from each of the three plays within bash: iphigenia in orem, a gaggle of saints and medea redux. It also features the song ‘Solitude’ from Billie Holiday, […]

Bash Final Poster

John Morton
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This is the final poster for our production of Neil LaBute’s bash: latterday plays which runs from October 17th – 22nd in Cleeres Theatre, Kilkenny. It showcases the four letter based posters that we’ve released throughout the week, featuring the cast of the play Amy Dunne, Ken McGuire, John Morton and Annette O’Shea. As usual, […]

Scratcher: Join The Queue

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If you missed out on Scratcher, here’s a peek at the ordeal some members of the audience had to go through before the show started. For the intro of the show we tried to replicate the overheated, slightly obnoxious, embarrassing and badly organised atmosphere that can often be found in a social welfare office. We […]