Based on The Ballad of Reading Goal by Oscar Wilde the themes still relevant today: loss, guilt, imprisonment and a judicial system based on the idea of revenge and retribution and how that affects the most vulnerable in society. His Grave has got No Name is a devised piece especially for theatre based on the […]
Writers: Suzanne Walshe, Padraig Denihan and Ray Murray Directed by Valerie Greene Auditions August 3rd at 7pm Performance: Saturday 22nd October Characters: 3 Female (30 – 70’s Age) Male TBA If interested in auditioning, please contact Valerie Greene at firstname.lastname@example.org or 086 8837138 Synopsis The Irish aristocrat Violet Gibson, 5-foot-1 with long […]
Auditions to take place August 10th Overview of the play: DEARBHLA ekes out a living writing copy for a mothers and babies magazine. She also blogs about her single life, including her own decision never to have children. Meanwhile, she and her UK editor TOBY have been carrying on an affair. Her mother BRID is […]
DEARBHLA ekes out a living writing copy for a mothers and babies magazine. She also blogs about her single life, including her own decision never to have children.Meanwhile, she and her UK editor TOBY have been carrying on an affair.Her mother BRID is anxious about her but has a bit of a knack for making things worse not better.After bumping into JASON, an old - now married - acquaintance, Dearbhla re-examines her attitudes via her blog.Now, with a high-profile baby products trade fair to attend, will she finally find a way to confront her demons?
HG Wells wrote the novel,Howard Koch wrote the radio play loosely based on the novel.
Now we have a wonderful new re-adaptation of the radio play Written and Directed by The Shakes very own Ray Murray.
Set in Ireland a stellar cast brings you a rehearsed reading that will have you on the edge of your seat.
This is a specially devised Rehearsed Reading combining the creative writing of Mr. George Carroll and presents the wanderings of two bands of Red Nose Clowns as the journey through unknown territories. Having been briefed that the dreaded Iagoes is trying to capture all of Shakespeare’s best characters, they set out, in competition, to rescue as many as they can and bring them to “the great river”