Workshop – 16/04/2019

We are delighted to announce that this weeks workshop will be facilitated by Tamryn Reinecke.

Tamryn will be guiding you through using improv and play to help find authenticity in character development. The class will be focused on the fundamentals of improv as a tool for listening, reacting truthfully, and doubling down on emotion to find truth within your character work.

Tamryn Reinecke is a filmmaker and actor who has been an affiliate of No Drama Theatre for over 5 years. She runs an indie film production house, Pale Rebel Productions, where she focuses on creating original content including a number of award winning short films. As well as this Tamryn is an experienced improviser; she regularly performs at The Tightrope and is a member of MOB Theatre Dublin where you can see her perform every Thursday night in Wigwam.

Door 6:45 | Workshop 7 pm | CBS Synge Street

€10 per workshop | €25 for the month | Free if it’s your first No Drama workshop

Workshop – 09/04/2019

Continuing on from last’s week’s work on character development, Siobhan “Shivvy” Hickey will be facilitating this week’s workshop.

Siobhan’s workshop will be focus on getting you from blank canvas to fully formed character through a series of thought provoking exercises.

“I’m very excited for this workshop! Get ready to go big… And then even bigger. My theory is that it’s easier to pare back than it is to build up so get ready to have some fun!”

Siobhan is a writer/actor and has been a member of No Drama Theatre for over 9 years. Throughout her time with the group, she has performed in main productions in a variety of different roles (including the female lead in John McGahern’s ‘The Power of Darkness’) and taken part in the now well established No Drama Monologue Nights. As well as working onstage, Siobhan has also directed (‘Closer’ by Patrick Marber) and produced (including the sell out run of ‘Harvey’ by Mary Chase). Most recently, she performed the first draft of her one woman stand up show ‘Dear Diary… and other notions of a romantic nature’ which is currently being developed for further future performances. Siobhan will also be portraying the character of ‘Anne’ in No Drama Theatre’s upcoming Summer production ‘Kate Crackernuts’.

Door 6:45 | Workshop 7 pm | CBS Synge Street

€10 per workshop | €25 for the month | Free if it’s your first No Drama workshop

Workshop – 02/04/2014

It’s Saturday so definitely time to be making your Tuesday evening plans!

This month we will be focusing on character work and we are delighted to welcome Shane Robinson as our first facilitator of the month.

Shane’s workshop will be “The psychology of performance and how we can use the technique of ownership to build a relationship with our characters.”

Shane is an award winning professional actor and director whose been attached to No Drama since 2008. He’s trained in the Gaiety School of Acting and the programme for screen acting in Bow St. He’s been on TV shows such as Jack Taylor and Vikings and has recently just finished filming the mockumentary series Boyz on Top produced by fail safe films.

In short, he’s a good lad and he can cry on cue!

Door 6:45 | Workshop 7 pm | CBS Synge Street

€10 per workshop | €25 for the month | Free if it’s your first No Drama workshop

Workshop – 26/03/2019

To conclude our theme of the month ‘Stage and Audition Skills’, No Drama Theatre are proud to welcome Rory Hughes as our guest facilitator.

This is a workshop not to be missed as Rory will be working with us on confidence, how to present yourself at auditions, getting into character, and general theatre tips; a full ‘how to’ toolkit for your journey into theatre.

Rory has a BFA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse University and currently teaches at the Phoenix Performing Arts College and AMTA Belfast.

Door 6:45 | Workshop 7 pm | CBS Synge Street

€10 per workshop | €25 for the month | Free if it’s your first No Drama workshop

Workshop – 19/03/2019

With the audition process drawing to a conclusion, we want to say a thank you to everyone who turned out and we are so very excited for the cast announcement!

While auditions may be wrapping up for ‘Kate Crackernuts’, fear not! No Drama always has something going on for our members to sink their theatrical teeth into!!

Next up The Easter Shindig!!!  Whoop Whoop!!

This Tuesday Louise Dunne ( the one who keeps popping up everywhere doing all of the things and getting other people to do all of the things) will be explaining all things Shindigery through a fun, energetic, stage skills workshop.

Get yourself down to CBS Synge St. for 7pm because… Well… Sure what else would ya be doing!?

Workshop – 12/03/2019

“Developing Character through Scene Work”

This week we will be going on a deep dive into constructing rounded characters through short script excerpts. Through the challenge of creating with limited materials we will really push our creativity to its limit!

Where: CBS, Synge St

Workshop begins at 7pm.
€10 per workshop/€25 for the month

If it’s your first workshop, you go free!


Monologue Night – 14 January

Love and Sacrifice monologues

Happy New Year to each and every one!

No Drama Theatre is proud to kick off our 2019 events with- you guessed it- the return of our monologue nights! And do we have a special treat for you with this one.

Join us with our fabulous host Noely Michael Murphy upstairs of the Bison Bar and let yourself be moved by actors baring hearts and minds, speaking on love and sacrifice; romance and pain; heart swells and heartaches, all in support of our upcoming production The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

This one promises to be visceral, tissues are on the house.

If you are interested in participating (which we highly recommend!), there are still a limited number of slots available.
Please contact the event via Facebook messenger or email contact@nodramatheatre.com for enquiries

Monday 14th January | 7 pm | Upstairs in Bison Bar, Wellington Quay | €5.00

*All proceeds go towards funding our production of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Running January 22nd to 26th at Smock Alley Theatre

WORKSHOP – 8 JANUARY

Now that the mince pies have settled and the bottles of prosecco have stopped popping, it’s time to get your kicks in other ways and what better way than coming to our first workshop of the year!

Our first workshop will be facilitated by No Drama veteran, Kate Cosgrave.

“Building from neutral”

In this workshop, we’ll break down the fundamentals of different movement forces to find building blocks for creating a character’s physicality, bring ourselves into neutral and explore the power and possibility of what we can let the audience read from doing “the least possible” with our bodies.

Note from Kate: wear comfy clothes and keep it simple because we shall be moving!

Are you excited to join a new adventure? New year, New you? No Drama Theatre is thrilled to open their doors this coming Tuesday, January 8th, for the first workshop of 2019.

No Drama Theatre runs weekly workshops on Tuesday evenings from 7pm – 9pm in Synge Street CBS. With a great variety of facilitators, we will be kicking of the year with a month of ‘Movement and Physicality in Theatre’.
Your first workshop is free! Thereafter, €10 for a drop in class or €25 for the month. To learn more about Tuesday’s workshop, keep your eyes on this page!

No Drama Theatre is a fun and wonderful group that invites,  encourages and provides opportunities for each of our members to live out their theatrical aspirations, to provide a platform and to build a community of like-minded adventurers.

‘For better, it is to make a beginning of that which may lead to something, than to engage in a perpetual struggle and pursuit in courses which have no exit.’ – Francis Bacon.

We hope to see you Tuesday!

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

No Drama Theatre is proud to present:                                                          The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance                                                                – Directed by Declan Ryan

A young scholar from New York travels West in search of a new life. He arrives, beaten and half-dead, on the dusty streets of Twotrees. Rescued from the plains, the town soon becomes his home as he finds the love of a local woman.
This love gives him purpose in a broken land, but is it enough to save him from the vicious outlaw who wants him dead?

Starring:
Dave Curran as Ransome Foster
Sorcha Herlihy as Hallie Jackson
Shane Robinson as Bert Barricune
Theo Dennisson as Liberty Valance
Edward Dixon as Jim ‘The Reverend’ Moston
Martin Casey as Marshal Johnson
Sarah Lenihan as Jane Dewitt
Annette Burns as The Narrator

Assistant directed by Malcolm Bolton
With original soundtrack by Martin Casey

Smock Alley Boys’ School | 22nd – 26th Jan 7.30pm
Matinee Saturday 26th 2.30pm                                                                    Tickets here