Quiz! Prizes! Fun! Fundraiser for The Trial

It’s a quiz.
Where: The Grand Social, Liffey St.

There will be questions.
What kind: Who even asks that!? It’s a quiz. Turn up and see what you know… or don’t know.

And oh how we will all laugh….
How much for this ‘laugh’: €10 per person. Don’t worry about having a team organised beforehand. We’re a very sexy inclusive bunch.

Things should kick off at 8pm so please be there around 7.30 so you can get your team sorted, order some pizza, get your pint of leffe and have that one last google of random facts.

This is the fundraiser for ‘The Trial’ project so who better to be running the night than a real-life burrito-loving lawyer, Jonathan Shortall.

He’s great.

Full details for ‘The Trial’ can be found on our Facebook event page

Tickets for No Drama’s latest play The Trial are now on sale at the Smock Alley website.

Workshop 17th May

Over the next couple of Tuesdays in May we are going back to basics and taking a nuts and bolts approach to exploring the fundamentals skills that actors employ. This is the perfect time for newbies to join up or old heads to get back into the swing of Drama! For our regulars it provides a great opportunity to get the foundations set for the upcoming Shindig!

This Tuesday the 17th of May we have John Fox taking us through the basic of acting.

First timers can come for free, start spreading the news and get on down here!
Synge Street CBS, Tuesday 7pm.

Helping out with The Trial Project

A wee message from The Trial’s director, Noel Cahill.

“Would anyone be interested in helping out, getting involved in “The Trial Project”?

Looking for people to be able to do audio-visual, light or sound tech.
One for each strand, as well as three people to do front of house on every night, as well as three people to do some street acting before the play starts.

No experience required, just enthusiasm, time, concentration and ability to listen.

Would need to make a production meeting and a rehearsal a week before the play and be available for the play from June 12th to June 18th. 5 performances, a tech run and a dress (flowery).

Anyone interested contact Noel Cahill on noeljcahill@yahoo.ie.

Thanks very much!”

Workshop 10th May

Over the next 4 Tuesdays in May we are going back to basics and taking a nuts and bolts approach to exploring the fundamentals skills that actors employ. This is the perfect time for newbies to join up or old heads to get back into the swing of Drama! For our regulars it provides a great opportunity to get the foundations set for the upcoming Shindig!

This week we have Jonathan Shortall leading you through a workshop on objectives and obstacles. We will examine how to use your characters motive to power your scenes, exploring the difference that strong and weak motivation works to alter our behaviour and establishing obstacles for our characters to overcome. Also carousel. smile emoticon.

First timers can come for free, start spreading the news and get on down here!
Synge Street CBS, Tuesday 7pm.

Workshop 3rd May

Its May!
And as it is now May we can tell you the theme of this months workshops…
Over the next 5 Tuesdays we are going back to basics and taking a nuts and bolts approach to exploring the fundamentals skills that actors employ. This is the perfect time for newbies to join up or old heads to get back into the swing of Drama! For our regulars it provides a great opportunity to get the foundations set for the upcoming Shindig!

And who better to lead the charge than the resident club pro? Mr. Shane Robinson will be leading this weeks workshop with an examination of physicality on stage. This is one of the most important aspects of acting and is one of Shane’s specialties. I know my body is ready.
Please note that as we are going to be getting physical, if possible attend in loose clothing!

See you all tomorrow at 7pm, CBS school Synge street.

First timers can come for free, please spread the word and get on down here!