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Devious 10: Pulled

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Two gals battle “the fear” towards clarity… kind of. The final preview of our Devious 10 programme is Pulled from Niamh Moroney which will debut in Waterford and Kilkenny this autumn. In Pulled, Amanda and Michelle battle through the fear and a digital rollercoaster of clues to assemble memories of a particularly wasted night. The […]

You Want A War?

John Morton
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Well you’ve got one happening this week in Project Arts Centre. Our production of War Of Attrition by John Morton kicked off last night with a preview in the big blue building in Temple Bar. We had a great crowd along and the whooping and hollering was exactly the kind of energy we needed to […]

Remember, Remember The 9th Of December

John Morton
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Okay, it’s not quite the 5th of November but the Falksian qualities of our cyber revolution in War Of Attrition makes it at least ripe for word play. We’re hitting The Watergate Theatre in anticipation of our War Of Attrition opening night tomorrow night, yes, December 9th. We’ve been reworking some elements of the play, […]

Instigator. Provocateur. Troll?

John Morton
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As we approach our production of War Of Attrition this coming December, today we unveil the first of a new series of character posters for John Morton’s play. The posters are designed by Paddy Dunne who has conjured up a brilliant series of posters for War Of Attrition since its Dublin Fringe Festival debut last […]

NEST

John Morton
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A new and exciting theatre event is taking place in Kilkenny this weekend. We’re spreading the word about NEST, a three day event that will traverse through performing arts disciplines in pursuit of what exactly is the essence of being a female performance artist working in the industry today. Nest was instigated by two independent […]

War Of Attrition Attacks Dublin Fringe

John Morton
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‘We’ve created the conditions for war, but no one wants to fight.’ War Of Attrition (definition): A war in which forces do not confront each other in direct combat with the full strength of their teams, but instead aim to wear each other down over a period of time using tactics such as guerilla warfare, […]

March Fringe Fuse

John Morton
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A couple of Devious heads will be presenting a rehearsed reading of a work in progress tomorrow night at March Fringe Fuse. This is the third installment of Dublin Fringe Festival’s new monthly scratch night which is described as ‘a brand spanking new monthly scratch night where works of no longer than twenty minutes will […]

Smitten – Cat and Tony

Paddy Dunne
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“I’ll Take You With Me When I Go” A Short Story from Smitten And off she went in a taxi somewhere. Which wasn’t the weirdest thing. She’s a lazy girl sometimes is Cat, that’s why she might get a taxi every so often. Out to her house when she was filled up with too much […]