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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 […]

All That Jazz

John Morton
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The encore of Smitten is but two days away from taking its curtain call. The past few days have been a flurry of building, painting, rehearsing, teching, ticket selling, promo releasing, tea drinking, cleaning, dressing and overall general show building. We’re all wrecked. Wrecked but exhilarated. Exhilarated but unwashed and cut off from our loved […]

The Singing Carpenter

John Morton
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David Thompson last appeared with us in Shifting. He has also previously performed with us in Scratcher, Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay!, Accidental Death Of An Anarchist, The War Of The Worlds, Cannibal! The Musical and Heart Shaped Vinyl. He plays wounded carpenter Kevin in Smitten. He is also the only newcomer in this cast. Here, […]

You Can’t Have A Musical Without Music

John Morton
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Except it’s not a musical, it’s a play. Right? Well yes, and well, no. The central concept of Smitten is that life would be so much better if we could burst into song and dance like in a musical? And wasn’t everyone all the happier in musicals once they ignored the rain and all the […]

Get Your Tickets!

John Morton
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The physical tickets (as in made from real paper) for Smitten have gone onsale in Kilkenny Arts Office. You can purchase them at €12 for Monday June 27th – Saturday July 2nd. All tickets for the opening night on Sunday June 26th are at the discounted price of €8. The tickets for the opening night […]

Smitten

John Morton
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The final part in our In The Future When All’s Well season in Kilkenny Arts Office is Smitten. We first performed the play in 2008 over a sold out 4 night run in The Barn. Now our original musical comedy returns in a new version to finish our residency in No. 76 John Street. Smitten […]

Join The Queue

John Morton
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Tickets for Shifting might well be sold out but the first 3 nights have shown us that there’s been a good comeback on return tickets and we’ve been able to accommodate pretty much everyone in the returns queue. So if you haven’t got a ticket we’d recommend coming down to No. 76 John Street from […]

Shifted

John Morton
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Shifting opened last night to a sold out house and a standing ovation. Which was nice. Tickets have now sold out for all remaining performances with a returns system in place for anyone looking to snare any last minute tickets. We’d recommend that anyone looking for tickets gets down to No. 76 John Street at […]

House Of Jealous Lovers

John Morton
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Time to get the party started. Shifting opens tonight. We’ve sold out the performances for tonight with Friday and Saturday down to 5 tickets between them. There are still tickets available for Tuesday through to Thursday, which can be picked up at No. 76 John Street or bought online. It looks as if John Kennedy’s […]

Fight For Your Right

John Morton
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Here’s the entire cast of Shifting lining up with maximum ‘tude. We’re getting into the final run of rehearsals as we approach our opening on Monday night. Everything is falling into place. Ticket sales are briskly picking up. The promo campaign has kicked it up a gear. Our crack team of theatre professionals are working […]