A comedic romp into the world of fantasy role-playing games, She Kills Monsters tells the story of Agnes Evans as she leaves her childhood home following the death of her teenage sister, Tilly.
When Agnes finds Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook, she stumbles into a journey of discovery and action-packed adventure in the imaginary world that was Tilly’s refuge.
In this high-octane dramatic comedy laden with homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and 90s pop culture, acclaimed young playwright Qui Nguyen offers a heart-pounding homage to the geek and warrior within us all.
Age Suitability 13+
Written by: Qui Nguyen – By arrangement with Samuel French
Directed by: Dave McGowan, Kate Cosgrave
Darcy Donnellan Poole
Renée van de Schoor
Running time is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
3 – 7 Jul | 8 pm | matinee: 2:30 pm on Sat 7th | Main Space | Smock Alley Theatre | Tickets here
“Site-specific theatre is any type of theatrical production designed to be performed at a unique, specially adapted location other than a standard theatre.”
In tomorrow’s workshop, we will be focusing on site-specific theatre, aka theatre on location. In this workshop, you’re invited to research the qualities and possibilities of creating and acting in site-specific theatre. Researching and discovering the impact of a location and your audience on your piece.
“A performance which overtly uses the properties, qualities and meanings found at/on a given site and emphasizes particular images, stories, and events that reveal the complex relationship between ourselves and our physical environment.”
We look forward to seeing you tomorrow. If you’re new, this workshop is free!
Are you Bonnie Tyler’s answer to a night of tossing and turning?
Or maybe you’re small and green with a talent for collecting the screams of children?
That decision we’ll leave up to you while we offer you the stage and an audience to perform at our 3rd monologue night of 2018!!
This monologue night the theme will be “Heroes and Monsters” in tune with our summer production. With a monologue of your choice, you’re gonna take the stage, in Flannery’s pub and show us what you’re capable of!
If you want to participate (which we highly encourage) please contact the always lovely Lesley-Ann, and she will put your name down on the list. You can reach her on: Lesley127ann@gmail.com
But if you’re more of the observing kind, we’d love for you to come along and support our acts for only €5!
It’s guaranteed to be a highly entertaining night and we’re looking forward to seeing you all there!
In what is fast becoming a favorite fundraiser of ours, we are delighted to announce the return of the game night!
Come along and play some of your favorite board games or try a new one! We will have game runners on hand to help you get to grips with your new obsession. Alternatively, bring along one of your own favorites and get the chance to introduce a new group to your dearest game!
Next Thursday the 27th of April in The Teachers Club of Parnell Square from 7.30 PM.
We are thrilled to invite you to this very special Improv Night.
Back to Back improv, where not one, not two, but three (+1) very talented people will take the stage of Smock Alley’s Boys School.
Founding member, Neil Curran will be blowing us away with his show Neil +1 and on top of that, we welcome the extremely handsome and talented Bill and Bob, aka Shane Robinson and Tamryn Reinecke.
All these festivities are only a few sleeps away! So get your tickets (here) while they’re still hot hot hot!!
29th March | 19:30 | Smock Alley Theatre | The Boys’ School
Neil +1 is a unique improvised theatre show starring Neil Curran and a random audience member. Completely unplanned and improvised, an audience member is invited up on stage and becomes a leading performer in the show! There are no tricks, plants or gimmicks; everything is made up on the spot. What unfolds is an alternative view of the life of the audience member, unfolding through improvised narrative.
Bill and Bob are the improvising duo of Shane Robinson and Tamryn Reinecke. They perform a specific style of improv creating real characters from the quirks of human nature. Exploring these relationships on stage can result in boundless hilarity and other times a melancholy undertone either way it’s always in pursuit of the truth of the moment.