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Little Deviation #3: In The Basement

John Morton
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In The Basement by Seán Delaney Directed by Aoibhín Murphy Cast: John Prendergast, Kevin Mooney, Rosey Hayes, Aoibhín Murphy Hugh really wants to be poet. However, he is inescapably and tediously bad at it. In frustration with his own short comings Hugh decides to look at all his favourite writers and see what they have […]

Six Shows. Three Nights

John Morton
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Fucking quality. Everything (especially our language) is going to be rough around the edges for Little Deviations: Volume 2. Our scratch night extravagaza returns for AKA Fringe (check out the very slick and oh so fresh programme) where we’ll be presenting six excerpts from six brand new plays: Ag An Doras by Simone Kelly Breathe […]

Little Deviation #3: The Union

John Morton
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The Union is a new play from Adrian Kavanagh. His previous writing credits include Bittersweet Graffiti and One For The Road for Spark Productions. I got pretty tired of writing about relationships. Boy meets girl, boy falls in love, and boy either wins or loses. I wanted a change, something that would free me up […]

Little Deviation #1: Girls In Africa

John Morton
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Girls In Africa is a new play currently being written by John Kennedy who previously wrote Shifting and Phantasm for us. I wanted to write a play that laughed at the idea that a group of affluent kids from the first world could solve third world problems with only good intentions, elbow grease and their […]

Little Deviations: Volume 1

John Morton
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And… we’re back! A year since we last trod on a stage, Devious Theatre return with an exciting new project that should serve as a tasty appetiser for our next full production. Little Deviations: Volume 1 is a scratch night showcasing five new works in progress that Devious Theatre have been developing over the past […]

March Fringe Fuse

John Morton
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A couple of Devious heads will be presenting a rehearsed reading of a work in progress tomorrow night at March Fringe Fuse. This is the third installment of Dublin Fringe Festival’s new monthly scratch night which is described as ‘a brand spanking new monthly scratch night where works of no longer than twenty minutes will […]