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Dreamstuff 10 Announced

John Morton
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Dreamstuff Youth Theatre was the place where Devious Theatre got our theatrical educations and learnt the ropes and it’s still going strong after all these years. 10 years to be precise. This September Dreamstuff Youth Theatre will be 10 years old and to mark the celebrations they have just announced a near year long programme […]

Shakespeare, Back In The House

John Morton
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This year’s Shakespeare In The House festival will be kicking off this weekend in the fantastic setting of the 16th century Rothe House building on Parliament Street, Kilkenny. We won’t be taking part this year but we will definitely be attending. Produced by Dreamstuff Youth Theatre, the festival sees a series of Shakespeare plays performed […]

Shakespeare In Bits – Day 2

Ken McGuire
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The curtain fell on the 2009 Shakespeare In The House festival earlier today. On behalf of myself (Ken), John M, John D, Kevin, Scott, Niamh and Stephen, a hearty “thank you” to all who came to see our performances yesterday and earlier today (Sunday). Thanks also to Rothe House for hosting the festival and to […]

Shakespeare In Bits – Day 1

Ken McGuire
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Well, we’ve got the first of our Shakespeare In Bits performances out of the way. Given that it’s only a two day festival, we’ve only one more performance to give! We had a 3:30pm start today for our show, the final theatrical performance of the afternoon following on those of Dreamstuff. Having spent the early […]

Shakespeare In Bits Trailer

John Morton
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A sneak preview trailer of this weekend’s Shakespeare In Bits has just gone online. It sees the entire performance speeded up in all it’s fast forward glory. It was recorded during yesterday’s rehearsals by Stephen Colfer and has been nicely edited together to give you the full ADD loving run of our Shakespearean battle rap. […]

Stags and Hens (and the rest of the summer)

John Morton
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We’ve just had our big 2009 launch! After the successful runs of Trainspotting and Smitten last year, we are very happy to announce that our next full scale production will be Stags and Hens by Willy Russell. A viciously funny study of working class attitudes to marriage, love and ambition in dead end Liverpool of […]