SOLD OUT Back by popular demand. The Dublin Shakespeare Society presents a second evening showcasing a collection of songs by Jacques Brel, the most popular “dead” singer in the French language. He still sells more than 200,000 albums a year, significantly more than Edith Piaf. His wry, tortured songs were written not to be sung […]
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 […]
This immersive theatrical performance is inspired by ‘Dracula’ the iconic novel by Bram Stoker. Dracula’s Guests have arrived. They enter rooms they should not. Leaving is not an option.
The Dublin Shakespeare Society presents a collection of songs by Jacques Brel, the most popular “dead” singer in the French language. He still sells more than 200,000 albums a year, significantly more than Edith Piaf. His wry, tortured songs were written not to be sung but to be performed. He delivered them with such pained […]
“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.
THE END OF FOREVER on 25th June at 7.30pm.
Teachers Club: Tuesday 14th June & Friday 17th June 8.00pm This is a work in progress – the disinterring of Dracula – adaptation based on the iconic novel by Bram Stoker. To date three workshops have been held with participants committed to performance. Script and Performance is developed in collaboration. Performance planned to be in […]
We are proud to present, under licence with ‘The Agency (London) Ltd., a production which dramatises two of McGahern’s short stories. The experience of loss and yearning forms the core of both of these plays staged in the Theatre@36 in the Teachers Club, Dublin. ‘A Slip Up’ concerns a couple who have given up their […]