Project FundersRed Square Critics has been funded through the Arts Council's 'Young Ensembles Scheme' and the Butler Gallery! The project is coordinated by Jean Tormey and this year the facilitators are Anna Galligan (Barnstorm Theatre) and artists Etaoin Holahan and Kate Strain. For more information contact Jean on 056 7761106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Written by Will Eno and directed by Judy Hegarty Lovett, Title and Deed, starring Conor Lovett, gets it’s world premiere in Kilkenny’s Barnstorm Theatre. On Before When you flick through the festival programme, the piece on Title and Deed doesn’t … Continue reading
Returning to the festival after last year’s success, Victor and Gord, Úna McKevitt brings The Big Deal to the Barn Theatre. Drawing some stylistic similarities with Victor and Gord in terms of its minimalistic set and startling music interludes (providing breaks … Continue reading
I didn’t know a lot about Beowulf, the famous warrior-hero, before last night, but now, after having been treated to Banana Bag & Bodice‘s (yep, that’s what they’re called) take on the epic poem in the Set Theatre, well, I can … Continue reading
Just a brief recap of my first evening at Kilkenny Arts Festival 2011. Reviews to follow soon. Continue reading
This may be a bit late coming, but work with me here people. Victor and Gord On Friday, August 6th, us Kibosh guys went to the first showing of Una McKevitt’s Victor and Gord. What followed was an hour of … Continue reading
Originally performed within the intimate surroundings of his own kitchen in Dublin, this is THEATREclub’s latest production entitled Group Therapy for One. In this show Shane Byrne, a lively 21-year-old regales us with his many, many problems faced thus far in his life. The … Continue reading