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The Wans

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After a successful run down in Waterford with our production partners Central Arts last week, we’re a week off the opening of Niamh Moroney’s Pulled in Kilkenny’s Set Theatre. Here’s the lowdown on the two performers who have been tearing the stage up as Amanda and Michelle. Niamh Moroney – Amanda / Writer Niamh Moroney […]

Pulled – Trailer #2

John Morton
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Amanda and Michelle are feeling the worse for wear in the new trailer for Pulled. Can they fight the fear and pull their shit together? Rehearsals are nearly at their end for Niamh Moroney‘s new show and the final part of our Devious 10 programme for 2016. Niamh along with co-performer Andrea Bolger and director […]

Pulled – Trailer #1

John Morton
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Take a peek into the world of Amanda and Michelle with our first trailer for Pulled. Niamh Moroney’s new show is a co-production with Central Arts in Waterford and we’re very excited to finally make our debut in our neighbouring county. Rehearsals have just kicked off for production and it won’t be long until these […]

Pulled

John Morton
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And we’re onto the next one. The third and final part of our Devious 10 programme is Pulled by Niamh Moroney. A comedy about two girls fightin’ the fear. Who will pull through? Amanda or Michelle? Maybe they’ll just pull the heads off each other… Join these two man eating club stomping wans as they […]

God Bless The Work

John Morton
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The work is nearly over. And what a week it’s been. We’ve been bowled over by the houses, the reaction, the applause. It’s been terrific to bring the show to a hometown audience as part of the AKA festival. And thankfully it’s all been going down a storm. Thank you from the bottom of our […]

The Makings Of A Ripping Yarn

John Morton
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The History: The Squad, originally nicknamed the Twelve Apostles, was a real life unit that were founded by Michael Collins in the run up to the War Of Independence. Their main goal was to counteract British Intelligence at this time, through means mostly focusing on assassinations. They did, as we term it in the play […]

Burnin’ Hell

John Morton
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Well, that escalated quickly. By the morning of opening night The Hellfire Squad had pretty much sold out its night time run in Dublin and now, it’s entirely gone for each night. This is a hot show, on a hot week. Hot as hell, you could say. The response has been phenomenal thus far and […]

Fire and Brimstone

John Morton
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The countdown is finished. Tonight we’re going straight to hell… The Hellfire Squad previews in Project Arts Centre tonight. We’ll be opening proper on Tuesday night and then it’s a straight sprint to this Saturday. We’ve launched the second trailer for the play which sees Michael Collins’ list made flesh. It’s a full countdown of […]

#2. Tadhg McRoth

John Morton
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“Will they write about you in the history books?”   #2. Tadhg McRoth (David Fennelly) aka The Teacher. Collins main man and Squad leader. A fluent Gaeilgeoir with a love for Irish myths and legends and a quick temper. Likes to smell a flower in bloom. Survived the Rising with flying colours and has now […]

#3. Walter Meade

John Morton
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“I’d call that a good days labour…” #3. Walter Meade (John Morton) aka The Blacksmith. A veteran of the Rising and suffering from shell-shock as a result. A loud, swaggering one eyed figure obsessed with the work. Highly emotional, quick to temper and very trigger happy. His role in the Squad is a bit of […]