Written by 11:33 pm Devious News, Some Flood

Opening The Floodgates


Today we arrived back in Kilkenny and spent a long soup and sandwich filled day teching in Cleeres Theatre for our run of Some Flood this week. It’s always lovely to be back in the space we made our first show all the way back in August 2006. There are no frills, no bells and whistles, just a stage, a few lights, seats to fit about 60 bums and the potential for making some magic. Oh, except we’re not going to be on the stage. More on that when YOU COME SEE THE SHOW!


Yes, come see the show. We’re really proud of it. It’s suitably deviating from anything we’ve done before yet still bears all the hallmarks of what you might expect from a Devious Theatre play. John Doran and Kevin Mooney have crafted something funny, heartbreaking, weird as hell and truly apocalyptic in the most personal sense. The performances from Kevin and Eddie Murphy as the last, lonely Irish men in existence are some of the best we’ve put on the stage. Yes, this is the hard sell but we mean every word of it. It’s going to be great. We’re just about ready to open the floodgates and we hope you’ll be there to meet us this week. The flood is here.

Some Flood opens tomorrow night March 11th in Cleeres Theatre, Kilkenny. It runs at 8pm nightly until Saturday March 15th. There will be lunchtime shows on March 14th and 15th at 1pm. Tickets can be bought at the venue, booked on 056 – 7762573 and bought online here.

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