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Paddy Dunne Has A Weblog

John Morton
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Since a few of us all have blogs that cover our fields of interest (both Devious and other) we said we’d stage a little introduction to us, what we do and what those said blogs involve. So here’s the first such post. Paddy Dunne has been on the good ship Devious Theatre for nearly 3 […]

Choose Life

John Morton
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This is the fourth video from our production of Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting, performed in the Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny, last June. The scene (above) features Ross Costigan as Renton espousing his theories on life and of course, heroin. He’s soon joined by a very Sick Boy (John Morton) as the craving starts to kick in. […]

Meet Franco Begbie

Ken McGuire
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We’ve just released the third video from our production of Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting, performed in the Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny, last June. The scene (above) features Ross Costigan as Renton and Niall Sheehy as Begbie. It’s also the introduction to the “c word” in the show. Yes… one of many. For more clips, see the […]

‘Trainspotting’ – Spud’s Accident

Ken McGuire
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Here’s a brand new video clip from last years production of ‘Trainspotting‘ in the Watergate Theatre. It’s just hit the web over on the Devious YouTube. Filmed by our Devious friend Alan Slattery, check out the second scene featuring Stephen Colfer as messy but loveable acid-head Danny ‘Spud’ Murphy, as he reveals the horrors of […]

‘Trainspotting’ – The Opening Scene

Ken McGuire
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We’ve just released the first of several video clips from our production of ‘Trainspotting‘ in the Watergate Theatre, last June. We won’t be overdoing it but there’s been a clamour from people to get a glimpse of a production that we’re not going to be bringing back. So here’s your chance to take a wee […]

Trainspotting On Screen

Ken McGuire
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Ross Costigan (Mark Renton) and Ken McGuire (Tommy) in Devious Theatre’s Trainspotting We’re taking the skag boys back out for charity this October± Our production of Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting, which ran in the Watergate Theatre last June, will be screened in Cleere’s Theatre as part of the Rockfall Festival this coming October Bank Holiday Weekend. […]

Start Magazine Review Trainspotting

Ken McGuire
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The following review was first published in the autumn 2008 edition of Start Magazine, the arts magazine for the South East of Ireland. Written by Ita Morrissey, the review can be found in the magazine available here as a free download. For folks that are unacquainted with Trainspotting performed by Devious Theatre (Watergate, Kilkenny, June), […]

A Little Bit Deviant: Trainspotting Kilkenny Voice Review

deviousstaff
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Another one from the long list of Trainspotting reviews, this one from Aisling Hurley in the Kilkenny Voice. A brilliant night of Trainspotting A BRAVE and edgy production of Irvine Welsh’s Trainspotting by Kilkenny’s Devious Theatre Company finished an almost sell-out run at Kilkenny’s Watergate Theatre on Saturday. Based on the novel that also inspired […]

Delivered From Evil: Trainspotting Munster Express Review

deviousstaff
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Another review of Trainspotting, this time thanks to Liam Murphy of the Munster Express. The Devious Theatre Company returned in punk and grotesque glory to The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny with a high-octane production of Trainspotting by Shock Jock, Irvine Welsh. Following on from last year’s weird musical, Cannibal – the Musical, this young and exciting […]