Geraldine Maguire will be holding auditions for the Shakes’ summer production of ‘By the Bog of Cats‘ by Marina Carr. The dates and times for the auditions are as follows: Monday 13th March, 7:30pm Tuesday 14th March, 7:30pm Monday 20th March, 7:30pm Tuesday 21st March, 7:30pm Venue: Teachers’ Club, 36, Parnell Square (West) The production […]
The 2016/17 AGM was held in Room 7 in the Teachers’ Club on Thursday 13 October and was attended by about 25 members. Officer Reports Reports from the Secretary, Treasurer and Artistic Committee were read and passed. Election of committee All members of the 2015/6 committee were re-elected and will be joined in the coming […]
Due to popular demand there will now be a matinee performance of The Drac Project on Saturday 19th November at 3.30pm. Check out the details on our event page HERE
Following a two night performance at The Teacher’s Club, Dublin Shakespeare Society bring this original production to one of Dublin’s most atmospheric venues – 13 North Great George’s Street. This immersive theatrical performance is inspired by ‘Dracula’ the iconic novel by Bram Stoker. Dracula’s Guests have arrived. They enter […]
The Dublin Shakespeare Society AGM will be held in the Teachers’ Club, Parnell Square on Thursday 13th October at 8pm. The meeting will be followed by refreshments and a performance by Val O’Donnell and Seán O hEarcáin of songs by JL Molloy from ‘Just Some Songs at Twilight’. As annual membership of the society runs from […]
‘Dublin Shakespeare Society will present ‘Shakespeare 400 – Why we’re celebrating’ as part of the upcoming Ranelagh Arts Festival. This will be a talk by Paul Maher, illustrated by sonnets and acted scenes, speeches and songs from Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Cymbeline, King John, Othello and Macbeth. The event will take place in […]
UNAVOIDABLY POSTPONED Please check back for rescheduled dates Our series of rehearsed readings continues in September with “The Garden Party” by Katherine Mansfield. They could not have had a more perfect day for a garden party if they had ordered it “. Warm, windless, without a cloud in the sky, the Sheridan’s garden party was […]
“A Priest in the Family”, by Colm Toibin, is a perfect gem of a story. It is about the consequences for the family of a priest, a man well into middle years,when he is exposed as a child molester. This adapted rehearsed reading is directed by Joan Morrissey.
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