Home Theatre Ireland in Print and Media

October 11, 2018

A handy place to pop mentions of our wonderful #HomeTheatreIreland Project

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NoMoreWorkhorse Review - 14 October 2018


'Our Place, Our Story is more than an enjoyable evening; it presents a wide-angle shot of an entire community in all its rich diversity. It is hard to imagine a more appropriate use of Arts Council funding for “public” projects and deserves its support'

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The Arts Review - 14 October 2018



“Home Theatre (Ireland)” is community theatre at its creative and communal best. Created for, and with, the community, “Home Theatre (Ireland)” gives voice where often there has been none, as well as opening up theatre as a place of engagement and entertainment for all. If six shows presented back to back can make for a long night, it is a night made all the more worthwhile for revealing what is often unnoticed, taken for granted, or misunderstood, in the world we live in. So major kudos to producer, Emer McGowan, and Artistic Director, Veronica Coburn. “Home Theatre (Ireland)” is an exciting way of making exciting new theatre that should be embraced throughout the length and breadth of the country."
 

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Radio: Walk in my Shoes - 11 October 2018
St Patrick's Mental Health Services Broadcast

WIMS Presenter Tara Flynn, Sorcha Fox - Theatre Artist & WIMS Presenter Dil Wickremasinghe.

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Irish Times Review - 11 October 2018



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Declan Gorman - Review 11 October 2018



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Radio: Walk in my Shoes - 08 October 2018
St Patrick's Mental Health Services Broadcast



Emer McGowan, Director Draiocht, WIMS Presenters Kelly Keogh - Social Worker & Jenny Greene - 2FM DJ, Claire O'Reilly, Theatre Director


WIMS Presenters Kelly Keogh - Social Worker & Jenny Greene - 2FM DJ, Emer McGowan, Director Draiocht & Claire O'Reilly, Theatre Director.
 

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Irish Independent - 06 October 2018



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Irish Independent - 05 October 2018



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Irish Daily Mail - 05 October 2018



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Phoenix FM - 05 October 2018



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The Times UK - 04 October 2018



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Dublin Gazette - 04 October 2018



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Six One News, RTE 1 - 03 October 2018



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Morning Ireland, RTE Radio 1 - 03 October 2018




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Northside People - 03 October 2018





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Totally Dublin - October 2018 Issue





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Meet Farouq - Promotional Video / 21 September 2018
 


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Flyers & Posters arrive! 17 Sept 2018
8000 Flyers going Door to Door in D15.




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Meet Adaku - Promotional Video / 10 September 2018



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Meet Maureen - Promotional Video / 04 September 2018
 

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Little Village Magazine - Sept-Oct 2018 Issue



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The Sunday Times / 19 August 2018



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Draíocht Season Brochure September-December 2018
07 Aug 2018



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Dublin Theatre Festival Launch / 24 July 2018



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Dublin Gazette North / 11th January 2018

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Dublin People / 02 August 2017



Read the full article:
http://www.dublinpeople.com/news/northsidewest/articles/2017/08/02/4143726-new-theatre--project-makes-home-a-stage/

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Blanch Gazette / 20 July 2017



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Arts Council Ireland Website / 13 July 2017


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http://www.artscouncil.ie/News/Arts-Council-announces-funding-worth-over-%E2%82%AC1-million-for-11-new-projects-around-the-country-under-the-Open-Call-programme/

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24 Plays - 4 Nights - Home Theatre Ireland - Dublin Theatre Festival 2018 10-13 October

October 10, 2018



Home Theatre (Ireland) ... Our Place. Our Stories.
We did it ... On Saturday 6th October, here's what happened in Dublin 15 ... 90 Performances ... 30 Homes ... 47 Theatre Artists ... 30 Ambassadors ... 11 Filmmakers ... all in 1 Night ... And now one HUGE D15 Family ... Bonded through laughter & tears by this emotional roller coaster project!

NOW we bring the plays from YOUR homes to OUR home, to Draiocht's Main Stage for DTF18. It's going to be AMAZING! Thank you to every single person so far!

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Wednesday Night - 10 OCT 2018 8PM 
Tickets: €18 / €16 conc / Multiple Nights: €15 / Groups 10+ €15
 

The World According To Richard
For Richard Dixon by Sonya Kelly
Performed by Philip Judge  
Directed by Conall Morrison
Richard Dixon is a man from Tyrrelstown who has seen the world. Then he got married, had triplets, got a dog and a turtle, and he saw the world all over again. In his very own living room.

Machine Learning
For Rucha Sohoni by Tom Swift
Performed by Emma Willis
Directed by Cathal Cleary
Sometimes Rucha is shy, sometimes she just can’t cope with being sociable. But when she downloads a digital replica of herself to stand in for those awkward social situations, it gets complicated. What happens when your temporary replacement wants to replace you for good?

We’re a Long Way from Home
For Jean Grey by Louise Lewis
Performed by Louise Lewis  
Directed by Annabelle Comyn
‘I should’ve kicked up but I wasn’t that way ye know.’ What does it take to change things, a daydream, a theatre show, a self-assertiveness course? Life isn’t always what it seems behind our own front doors. 

The Good Woman
For Adaku Ezeudo by Nancy Harris
Performed by Amanda Azams
Directed by Conall Morrison
The story of one woman's journey from Nigeria to Ireland. And the myriad of stories within stories that one story can contain.

Caroline’s Wedding
For Rose Emmet by Elaine Murphy
Performed by Elaine Murphy
Directed by Cathal Cleary
Caroline is finally getting married but the stress of planning the perfect day is taking it’s toll. Luckily her new neighbours in Mulhuddart are on hand to keep her calm. Can they convince her to let it go and let the day unfold? 

Linnets & Phibbles
For Oscar Hogan by Little John Nee
Performed by Little John Nee
Directed by Claire O’Reilly
‘Linnets and Phibbles’ was written as a gift to Oscar Hogan, a glimpse of my glimpse into his world, I hope it is a worthy celebration of the time we spent together, I have no idea how to describe it, Samuel Beckett meets Ivor Cutler meets Daniel Johnson in Legoland.

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Thursday Night - 11 OCT 2018 8PM 
Tickets: €18 / €16 conc / Multiple Nights: €15 / Groups 10+ €15


Number 14
For Farouq Raheem by Natalya O’Flaherty
Performed by Natalya O’Flaherty
Directed by Louise Lowe
From young boy to young man, this piece uses the contemporary spoken word style to capture the glowing essence of 20 year old Farouq's rich and highly relevant life story. From his sporting passions to his experience of homelessness, Number 14 is a carefully crafted homage to its muse's unfathomable positivity in the face of hardship.

One Fish, Two Fish, Bella Fish, Killian
For Bella Estie by Finbarr Doyle
Performed by Megan McDonnell
Directed by Claire O’Reilly
Bella is 10. She's from ... well, she's from a lot of places. And she's going to tell you all about them. 

‘Strangertown’
For Christy Muldoon by Paul Mercier
Performed by Eamonn Hunt
Directed by Conall Morrison
A play about home and belonging. A man struggles to hold onto the sense of the place that defines him and the memory that sustains him.

Grizzly
For Michelle O’Connor by John Morton
Performed by John Morton
Directed by Conall Morrison
Henry likes living in Carpenterstown. But he's worried that some wildlife might be taking over. He's got some survival tips for you.

PAT
For Pat Farrell by Shaun Dunne
Performed by Shaun Dunne & Pat Farrell
Directed by Claire O’Reilly
Manifestation, meditation and Iron Man.  Pat is on a journey. This is his true story.

Sisters of Fortlawn Drive
For Sisters’ Mary & Anne by FeliSpeaks
Performed by FeliSpeaks
Directed by Liam Halligan
A homage to the work of two presentation sisters in their community and to the spiritual self that lives in all of us.

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Friday Night - 12 OCT 2018 8PM 
Tickets: €18 / €16 conc / Multiple Nights: €15 / Groups 10+ €15


The Ballad of Betty Bolger
For Betty Bolger by Marc MacLochlainn
Performed by Ruth Lehane
Directed by Louise Lowe
The remarkable story of Betty’s childhood in Dublin. A childhood that was glorious at times but not without its hardships. We remember this time and the friendships she made with people who are still her best friends. 

Hungry for the win
For Milica Stankovic by Eva O’Connor
Performed by Eva O’Connor
Directed by Cathal Cleary
It's 4 am and Milica can't sleep. Tomorrow she'll play the biggest basketball match of her life. She excited, sick with nerves, and wearing her lucky socks. To pass the time she sends a voice note to the playwright who has been hassling her for info on her life. 

2 Squirrels
For Rachel Galvin by Sorcha Fox
Performed by Sorcha Fox
Directed by Cathal Cleary
A short play about one woman's journey from addiction to recovery. It's about starting again, struggle, big sisters, great strength and squirrels. 

We Are Humans First
For Jagan Muttumula by Gavin Kostick
Performed by Shadaan Falfeli
Directed by Conall Morrison
Jagan stood the entire time we talked. He on his side of the breakfast bar and I seated on the other. Now and then he referenced a picture on the wall or an ornament on a window-sill. I think we got on. I listened and asked questions and he answered them all. One exchange I didn't use. I asked him when was he happiest? He said, 'you mean when I was young, or any time?' I said 'any time'. He looked liked the question was odd. 'I'm always happy', he said wistfully.

‘It’ll never happen to me’
For Sarah Kehoe by Sharon Mannion
Performed by Sharon Mannion
Directed by Liam Halligan
A new mother and a troubled youth share their stories, in a comedic look at how we deal with mental health issues in Ireland. 

An Audition
For James O’Higgins Norman by Fionn Foley
Performed by Fionn Foley
Directed by Liam Halligan
The audition can be a gruelling experience. But what if the role you're auditioning for is something that will never fit you? What happens to those who fall outside the prescribed system? 

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Saturday Night - 13 OCT 2018 8PM 
Tickets: €18 / €16 conc / Multiple Nights: €15 / Groups 10+ €15


YES
For Maureen Penrose by Deirdre Kinahan
Performed by Mary O’Driscoll
Directed by Claire O’Reilly
After the sudden death of a dominating and deeply controlling husband, Rose finally thinks to open up her front door and finds a world of possibilities! A poignant and funny little play performed by the wonderful Mary O'Driscoll.

Chance
For Zaida Fernandez by Clare Barrett
Performed by Clare Barrett
Directed by Louise Lowe
Who knows what way any game will end?  But if you don’t take a seat at the table you’ll never know! Want to play? 

Yellow
For Mark O’Reilly by Jody O’Neill
Performed by Jody O’Neill
Directed by Louise Lowe
Lizzie, a listener, is a creature of habit. She sticks to the same routine, day after day after day after month after month after year until … The Day That Everything Changes. But we’ll come back to that later …

Make America Great Again
For Donagh Corby by Colin Murphy
Performed by Gavin Fullam
Directed by Cathal Cleary
A would-be boxer finds an alternative ambition in sports writing. But his journey into journalism leads him into dark places and he contemplates going off to war. Join him for his farewell party.

To Us, From Us
For Natasha Estie by Jeda de Brí
Performed by Ali White
Directed by Claire O’Reilly
Natasha traces her roots all over the world from South Africa to Dublin 15. 

My Daughters, Our Mother
For Haleemat Inaoliji by Dylan Coburn Gray
Performed by Dylan Coburn Gray
Directed by Annabelle Comyn
My Daughters / Our Mother is about a family. It's about what they have in common, both with each other and with the rest of the world. It's about how language is like music, music DNA, DNA food, food a child.

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We have our 30 New Plays ... Home Theatre Ireland

October 3, 2018




Draíocht’s 47 Theatre Artists met their 30 Home Hosts for the first time on Monday 24th September, together with their 30 Ambassadors.
After spending time together here in Draíocht, then in the hosts' homes, in their lives, each theatre maker has written a piece of theatre inspired by their host.

Now we have our 30 New Plays!

On the 6th of October, these 30 brand new pieces of theatre, Written, Performed & Directed by professional theatre artists, inspired by 30 Dublin 15 Stories, will be performed simultaneously all across Dublin 15 in 30 Homes, 3 times each, on the one night ... 90 Performances to over 1000 people.

A selection of 24 of the plays then transfers to Draíocht’s Main Stage as part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2018, 10-13 Oct (see below).

1.   Weave
For Mary O’Doherty by Robbie Blake
Performed by Robbie Blake
Directed by Louise Lowe

2.   This Mortal Coil
For Bernie Kennefick by Roisín Ingle
Performed by Lauren Larkin
Directed by Annabelle Comyn

3.   Wild Horses
For Michal Masar by Neil Watkins
Performed by Neil Watkins
Directed by Liam Halligan

4.   FOMO
For Alec McGinnell by Bryan Burroughs
Performed by Bryan Burroughs
Directed by Liam Halligan

5.   Samir
For Samir Oucherfi by Duke Special
Performed by Duke Special
Directed by Annabelle Comyn

6.   Meeting Meena
For Meena Purushothaman by Fiona McGeown
Performed by Fiona McGeown
Directed by Annabelle Comyn

7. The World According To Richard
For Richard Dixon by Sonya Kelly
Performed by Philip Judge  
Directed by Conall Morrison

8. Machine Learning
For Rucha Sohoni by Tom Swift
Performed by Emma Willis
Directed by Cathal Cleary

9. We’re a Long Way from Home
For Jean Grey by Louise Lewis
Performed by Louise Lewis  
Directed by Annabelle Comyn

10. The Good Woman
For Adaku Ezeudo by Nancy Harris
Performed by Amanda Azams
Directed by Conall Morrison

11. Caroline’s Wedding
For Rose Emmet by Elaine Murphy
Performed by Elaine Murphy
Directed by Cathal Cleary

12. Linnets & Phibbles
For Oscar Hogan by Little John Nee
Performed by Little John Nee
Directed by Claire O’Reilly

13. Number 14 e
For Farouq Raheem by Natalya O’Flaherty
Performed by Natalya O’Flaherty
Directed by Louise Lowe

14. One Fish, Two Fish, Bella Fish, Killian
For Bella Estie by Finbarr Doyle
Performed by Megan McDonnell
Directed by Claire O’Reilly

15. ‘Strangertown’
For Christy Muldoon by Paul Mercier
Performed by Eamonn Hunt
Directed by Conall Morrison

16. Grizzly
For Michelle O’Connor by John Morton
Performed by John Morton
Directed by Conall Morrison

17. PAT
For Pat Farrell by Shaun Dunne
Performed by Shaun Dunne & Pat Farrell
Directed by Claire O’Reilly

18. Sisters of Fortlawn Drive
For Sisters’ Mary & Anne by FeliSpeaks
Performed by Felicia Olusanya
Directed by Liam Halligan

19. The Ballad of Betty Bolger
For Betty Bolger by Marc MacLochlainn
Performed by Ruth Lehane
Directed by Louise Lowe

20. Hungry for the win
For Milica Stankovic by Eva O’Connor
Performed by Eva O’Connor
Directed by Cathal Cleary

21. 2 Squirrels
For Rachel Galvin by Sorcha Fox
Performed by Sorcha Fox
Directed by Cathal Cleary

22. We Are Humans First
For Jagan Muttumula by Gavin Kostick
Performed by Shadaan Felfeli
Directed by Conall Morrison

23. ‘It’ll never happen to me’
For Sarah Kehoe by Sharon Mannion
Performed by Sharon Mannion
Directed by Liam Halligan

24. An Audition
For James O’Higgins Norman by Fionn Foley
Performed by Fionn Foley
Directed by Liam Halligan

25. YES
For Maureen Penrose by Deirdre Kinahan
Performed by Mary O’Driscoll
Directed by Claire O’Reilly

26. Chance
For Zaida Fernandez by Clare Barrett
Performed by Clare Barrett
Directed by Louise Lowe

27. Yellow
For Mark O’Reilly by Jody O’Neill
Performed by Jody O’Neill
Directed by Louise Lowe

28. Make America Great Again
For Donagh Corby by Colin Murphy
Performed by Gavin Fullam
Directed by Cathal Cleary

29. To Us, From Us
For Natasha Estie by Jeda de Brí
Performed by Ali White
Directed by Claire O’Reilly

30. My Daughters, Our Mother
For Haleemat Inaoliji by Dylan Coburn Gray
Performed by Dylan Coburn Gray
Directed by Annabelle Comyn
 

Theatre Artists Include: 
Amanda Azams, Clare Barrett, Robbie Blake, Bryan Burroughs, Cathal Cleary, Annabelle Comyn, Dylan Coburn Gray, Jeda De Bri, Finbar Doyle, Shaun Dunne, Shadaan Felfeli, Fionn Foley, Sorcha Fox, Gavin Fullam, Liam Halligan, Nancy Harris, Eamonn Hunt, Roisin Ingle, Philip Judge, Sonya Kelly, Deirdre Kinahan, Gavin Kostick, Lauren Larkin, Ruth Lehane, Louise Lewis, Louise Lowe, Marc Mac Lochlainn, Sharon Mannion, Megan McDonnell, Fiona McGeown, Paul Mercier, Conall Morrison, John Morton, Colin Murphy, Elaine Murphy, Little John Nee, Eva O'Connor, Mary O'Driscoll, Natalya O'Flaherty, FeliSpeaks, Jody O'Neill, Claire O'Reilly, Duke Special, Tom Swift, Neil Watkins, Ali White, Emma Willis.

Artistic Director: Veronica Coburn
Video Projections: Kilian Waters
Sound Design & Composer: Sinead Diskin
Lighting Design: Mark Galione


A selection of 24 of the plays then transfers to Draíocht’s Main Stage as part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2018, 10-13 Oct.
Open for Booking through Box Office 01-8852622 or Online at the links below.

Wednesday Night 10 Oct 2018 8pm


Thursday Night 11 Oct 2018 8pm


Friday Night 12 Oct 2018 8pm


Saturday Night 13 Oct 2018 8pm


Talking Theatre:
Oct 11 & 12 post-show discussions with Veronica Coburn, Kerry Kyriacos Michael and participating artists.

Home Theatre (Ireland) plays are all 20 minutes duration.
Suitable for ages 13+. May contain strong language

Home Theatre (Ireland) is supported by an Arts Council Open Call Award. Additional funding has been provided by Creative Fingal, Fingal County Council’s Creative Ireland programme.
Based on an original idea by Marcus Vinicius Faustini (Brazil) & Kerry Kyriacos Michael (UK) .

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Draíocht’s 47 Theatre Artists met their 30 Home Hosts for the first time on Monday

September 26, 2018

Monday 24 September 2018

Draíocht’s 47 Theatre Artists met their 30 Home Hosts for the first time on Monday, together with their 30 Ambassadors.
Now the Writers are Writing! 
Soon the Actors will begin rehearsals with their Directors.

On the 6th of October, 30 brand new pieces of theatre, Written, Performed & Directed by professional theatre artists, inspired by 30 Dublin 15 Stories, will be performed simultaneously all across Dublin 15 in 30 Homes, 3 times each, on the one night  ... A selection of 24 of the plays then transfers to Draíocht’s Main Stage as part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2018, 10-13 Oct.
 


Theatre Artists, Home Hosts and Ambassadors.
Photo Andres Poveda.




Home Hosts.
​Photo Andres Poveda.​




Ambassadors.
Photo Andres Poveda.​




Theatre Artists.
Photo Andres Poveda.​



Full programme of DTF plays & dates will be announced on the 1st of October.
90 Performances - 47 Theatre Artists - 30 New Plays - 30 Dublin 15 Homes

Home Theatre Ireland ... Our Place. Our Stories.
https://www.draiocht.ie/blog/category/home_t

#HomeTheatreIreland #47TheatreArtists #DTF18
@DublinTheatreFestival @ArtsCouncilIreland @FingalCoCo @CreativeIrl

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Meet Farouq, one of Draiocht’s Home Theatre Ireland Hosts ...

September 21, 2018

Meet Farouq, one of Draiocht's Home Theatre Ireland Hosts ... On the 6th of October, a brand new piece of theatre, written by a professional writer, inspired by Farouq's story, will be performed 3 times in his favourite place by a professional actor to an invited audience of his guests ... This will happen simultaneously all across Dublin 15 in 30 Homes on the one night ... a selection of these plays then transfers to Draiocht's Main Stage as part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2018, 10-13 Oct.

90 Performances - 47 Theatre Artists - 30 New Plays - 30 Dublin 15 Homes
Home Theatre Ireland ... Our Place. Our Stories.
 



Snapshot. This is life in Dublin 15 but it could be where you’re from.

Join us for a feast of new writing by some of Ireland’s leading theatre-makers. Plays inspired by conversations with people who live in Dublin 15. Children, young people, adults, people new to Ireland, people who have always been here. People with stories. Join us for a night of freshly minted theatre pieces inspired by people just like you. Home Theatre (Ireland) pairs 30 Dublin 15 ‘hosts’, with 47 leading theatre-makers. After spending time together, in the hosts’ homes, in their lives, each theatre maker writes a piece of theatre that will be performed in the host’s home. Home Theatre (Ireland) democratises the voices in Irish theatre. Home Theatre (Ireland) happens over two weeks and culminates on Saturday, October 6th, when 30 new plays will be performed 3 times in homes across Dublin 15. A selection of these plays will be presented in Draíocht as part of Dublin Theatre Festival nightly from 10-13 October 2018.
Each night a programme of 6 newly commissioned plays.
Each night a different programme of work.
Each night a unique theatrical event.

Theatre Artists Include: 
Amanda Azams, Clare Barrett, Robbie Blake, Bryan Burroughs, Cathal Cleary, Annabelle Comyn, Dylan Coburn Gray, Jeda De Bri, Finbar Doyle, Shaun Dunne, Shadaan Felfeli, Fionn Foley, Sorcha Fox, Gavin Fullam, Liam Halligan, Nancy Harris, Eamonn Hunt, Roisin Ingle, Philip Judge, Sonya Kelly, Deirdre Kinahan, Gavin Kostick, Lauren Larkin, Ruth Lehane, Louise Lewis, Louise Lowe, Marc Mac Lochlainn, Sharon Mannion, Megan McDonnell, Fiona McGeown, Paul Mercier, Conall Morrison, John Morton, Colin Murphy, Elaine Murphy, Little John Nee, Eva O'Connor, Mary O'Driscoll, Natalya O'Flaherty, Felicia Olusanya, Jody O'Neill, Claire O'Reilly, Duke Special, Tom Swift, Neil Watkins, Ali White, Emma Willis.
Artistic Director: Veronica Coburn
Video Projections: Kilian Waters
Sound Design & Composer: Sinead Diskin
Lighting Design: Mark Galione

Talking Theatre: Oct 11 & 12 enjoy free post-show discussions with Veronica Coburn, Kerry Kyriacos Michael and participating artists.

Home Theatre (Ireland) plays are all 20 minutes duration.
Details of each night’s programme will be available on 01 October.
Suitable for ages 13+. May contain strong language

Based on an original idea by Marcus Vinicius Faustini (Brazil) & Kerry Kyriacos Michael (UK)

BOOK NOW:
WED 10 - SAT 13 OCT 2018 8PM
Main Auditorium, Draíocht Blanchardstown
Tickets: €18 / €16 conc
Attend Multiple Nights €15 per ticket
Groups of 10+ €15 per ticket
https://draiocht.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173588758/events

Box Office: 01-8852622

Home Theatre (Ireland) is supported by an Arts Council Open Call Award. Additional funding has been provided by Creative Fingal, Fingal County Council’s Creative Ireland programme.

#HomeTheatreIreland #DublinTheatreFestival #ArtsCouncilIreland #FingalCountyCouncil

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