Our season of rehearsed readings continues with a double bill.
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 […]
A rehearsed reading of two new works by Martin O’Connor with Jane Baird Louis Byrne Aidan Judd Martin O’Connor Mary Dowling Irene Lawlor Paul Maher Brian Murray Directed by Jim Martini
“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. The story has been adapted by Joan Morrissey. Cast Patsy Maloney Eileen Sheridan Darinia Diskin Val […]
“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 Sheridan family is preparing to host a garden party. Laura is supposed to be in charge but has trouble with the workers who appear to know better, and her mother (Mrs. Sheridan) has ordered lilies to be delivered for the party without Laura’s approval. Her sister Jose tests the piano, and then sings a […]
The society will be performing a talk entitled ‘Shakespeare 400: Why we’re celebrating’ to be delivered by Paul Maher, in the beautiful setting of Sandford Parish Church as part of the Ranelagh Arts Festival. The evening will include performances of scenes from the plays, songs and sonnets. Performers are Tim Casey, Eoin O’Seaghdha, Emma Hurley, […]
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 […]
This immersive original 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. Important note to audience This is a unique space and house. Please wear warm clothes and comfortable footwear. No […]