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Frankie

John Morton
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‘It’s funny how we all ended up here…’ Our newest Night Of The Living Dead character poster depicts one of the more Irish differences in our play in comparison to the movie. Namely, the lack of basements. We don’t really have basements in Ireland. And the basement is a pretty big part of Romero’s movie. […]

Meeting #3

John Morton
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Please meet the final 4 members of our Shifting cast. The final members of the 12 strong cast are (l-r): Ed, the gangly, wannabe hipster, who desperately wants to grow up, as played by Alan Doyle Eimear, his adoring girlfriend and Sylvia Plath quoting, aspiring poet, played by Connie Walsh Hilary, the party crashing, foul […]

Meeting #1

John Morton
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Here’s our first introduction to some of the characters of our new production Shifting. The four young Kilkennyians in this poster are (l-r): David, returning hero and lead singer of The Tidy Tongues played by Geoff Warner Clayton. Laura, his lingering squeeze, chronic flirt and apathetic Spar deli worker played by Aoibhín Murphy. Jim, the […]

Martian Invasion!

Ken McGuire
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Here’s our first piece of print promo for The War Of The Worlds. It’s a very tongue in cheek newspaper cover that has been nicely incinerated, much like everything else in this show. It also gives you an idea of how Carlow/Kilkenny centric our take on this material is going to be. Boy racers attacking […]

When It Rains, It Pours…

John Morton
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Here’s a look at a brand new Smitten poster that we’ve unveiled. And this time, it’s got the story on it! Following on from the teaser poster that we launched back in June, it’s a look at the various and many storylines that dissect throughout John Morton’s new play. And yes, there are quite a […]

TRAINSPOTTING: Character Promo – Tommy

Paddy Dunne
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‘Funny how it aw works oot, eh?’ – Tommy The newest reveal in our series of Trainspotting character promos sees the introduction of the doomed hero at the core of the play, Tommy McKenzie. Played by Ken McGuire, Tommy is the fit, healthy outgoing moral centre of Trainspotting. He likes his pint, his game of […]