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Charolais by Noni Stapleton
a surreal comedy about love, longing and one woman’s intense rivalry with a Charolais heifer.Siobhan is looking for love but there are obstacles to her achieving it, one of which happens to be a terribly beautiful Charolais Heifer, who appears to be vying for the affections of Siobhan’s fella.
Northern Lights by Stephen Jones
Starring Stephen Jones and Seána Kerslake. Directed by Karl Shiels. Production supervision & dramaturgy by Gorretti Slavin. In memory of Karl Shiels, a valued friend, colleague and collaborator. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam.
The Most Frightening Thing
by Peter Dunne
Vampirella by Angela Carter
Vampirella, an erotic take on a neurotic tale by a frisky feminist, drinks from a different chalice than its lethal Victorian predecessor, mixing the wines of bloodlust, thirst, and libido, in a sumptuous skit. With Cathryn Brennan as Vampirella, David Heap as Jonathan Harker, and Aiden Grennell as Count Dracula.
Krakow by Peter Sirr
With Owen Roe as Jim, Deirdre Donnelly as Christa, and Kathy-Rose O'Brien as their sole child and only intermediary, Peter Sirr's play probes the state of wedlock
Islands - with Chris Watson & Luke Clancy
From Ross Island to Galapagos to the possibly mythical isle of HyBrasil, world renowned sound recordist Chris Watson teams up with Writer/Presenter Luke Clancy, to journey across an atlas of remote islands.