Heed, to the Mound as part of Dublin Fringe Festival, will be tomorrow on in the Complex from 2pm – 5pm.
Women taking up space: physically, vocally, socially, politically and economically. We are moving mounds through the political landscape of gender. We will command attention with respect, without apologies. This floor is our landscape, our journeys will mark it. We are building a roadmap. This is performance, this is action, this is ongoing. We need your presence, let us negotiate.
Saturday 22nd September | 2pm – 5pm | The Complex | Free and Unticketed.
Workshops will return on Tuesday 12th of September!
We are carefully calibrating a curriculum of considerable classes for your consumption. Head of Education Renée van de Schoor will be taking the first workshop of the year and promises to bring an exciting learning experience for members old and new alike.
We have some very exciting projects to announce for the run into our ten year anniversary so please keep an eye out for a jam packed newsletter coming your way next week! If you are not on our mailing list and would like to join please email us (contact at nodramatheare dot com) and we will ensure that you are added immediately.
Its summer production time down here at Synge Street. Director Louise Dunne is set to take to a main production where no main production has gone before: Smock Alley Theatre’s Main Stage! The play will run from the 4th to the 8th of July but if it is going to do so, it will require your help.
We need people to help out in a number of key positions both in management and backstage. If you don’t have experience in a position that you are interested in then we are always happy to provide training. If you have ever worked backstage you know how fun and rewarding it can be to help put on a show and this promises to be quite the show! In particular, we are looking for Prop Master as a matter of priority, which involves assisting with the sourcing of props and taking charge of them during the performance.
If you wish to get stuck in or think you might be able to help out in promoting the play then please contact Louise at loudunne at gmail.com
Our all to beautiful cousins over in Gorgeous Theatre are taking their first production out for a spin this June, all the ravishing details below:
In June. Alice and Bobby are going on their summer holidays.
Time to check out. Time to check in.
Alice and Bobby are going on their summer holidays in June.
It’s a dream come true. Fun and laughter for a week or two.
Alice and Bobby are going on their summer holidays, and June is coming too.
Physical and Absurd Theatre.
Devised by Ciaran Treanor, Daniel O’Brien, Emma Brennan, Helen McGrath and Noel Cahill
Directed by Ciaran Treanor.