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Vehicle

John Morton
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We’re kicking off our 2018 account with a work in progress showing of a little space show we’ve been developing. Vehicle is a lo-fi sci-fi comedy about a human bounty hunter charged with transporting an alien con-woman across the galaxy in a talking space vehicle that is falling apart. We are presenting a work in […]

Ciara Donegan

Down To Flood

John Morton
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Yes, today is the day where we are full tank DTF. We have set up shop in Dublin and we are down to flood! Some Flood previews tonight at Boys School, Smock Alley Theatre at 7pm and we couldn’t be more excited to show it off. It’s had the benefits of Fishamble’s New Play Clinic […]

Ciara Donegan

Under Water Filming

John Morton
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As we approach the opening of Some Flood at Tiger Dublin Fringe, we’ve just unveiled a brand new, craic laden trailer for the play. It shows both characters, Noah (Kevin Mooney) and Survivor (Eddie Murphy) trying to hone their survival techniques in the face of the flood that has wiped out Ireland. And possibly the […]

Ciara Donegan

How Best To Prepare For The Worst

John Morton
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1. No audience shows up. It’s cool, Kevin and Eddie are really super professional, they’ll just act as if there are people there. They won’t know the difference, no one will know the difference. It’ll be magical. (You guys are coming though, right?) 2. The set collapses. It’s also cool, it’ll help if anything, completely […]

Ciara Donegan

Some Tickets

John Morton
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Okay so you know that Some Flood is coming up but maybe you haven’t bought tickets left. You think to yourself, okay, I’m going to catch it and it shouldn’t be much of a problem getting tickets so I’ll hold off. And that’s cool, maybe you should hold off and get them when you really […]

Ciara Donegan

Flood Warning

John Morton
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Here’s the first poster for our new production Some Flood. The new play by John Doran and Kevin Mooney will be hitting Quarter in Cork this Saturday, February 1st at TDC in Triskel Arts Centre for a work in progress showing. We’re delighted to announce that Some Flood will then play as part of Collaborations, […]

Ciara Donegan