One of the country’s best cultural experiences is back and bigger than ever.
roichead is delighted to announce its Theater Club for Fall 2022, where you can see seven polished productions for just €87. Book online at www.droichead.com or call 041 9833946 to be part of the drama at Droichead.
“This season, we have a program of seven critically acclaimed one-off shows,” says Artistic Director Collette Farrell. plus Unguarded from actor/screenwriter Anthony Kinahan. The season will kick off with Rex Ryan’s Poptart lipstick; and will also include the return of Teaċ Daṁsa, the company that introduced us to Swan Lake/Loch na hEala, in 2018, with their acclaimed new production of MAM”.
Established in 2017 and entering its ninth season, the Droichead Theater Club brings the public together to see a play and, like a book club, the public can informally share their views, thoughts and impressions after the show. with actors and creatives.
Whether this is your first play or your 50th play, it doesn’t matter, come and be part of the drama at Droichead.
POP TART LIPSTICK | Written by Rex Ryan | Directed by Stephen Jones | Glass Mask Theater | With Rex Ryan and Christopher O’Sullivan | Thursday, September 8, 8 p.m.
DOLLY AND Mick | Written by Seamus Moran | With Seamus Moran and Brenda Brooks | Saturday, September 24, 8 p.m.
THE BORDER GAME | Directed by Emma Jordan | Prime Cut Productions | With Cat Barter and Patrick McBrearty | Saturday October 1st 8 p.m.
UNATTENDED | by Anthony Kinahan | Directed by Anna Simpson | Droichead Arts Center and An Táin Arts Center | Thursday, October 6e 8 p.m.
SELVAGE | by James Riordan | Directed by Laura Campbell | Bru Theater | Saturday November 12e 8 p.m.
ONCE IN A LIFETIME | by Tracy Martin | Red Bear Productions | Thursday, November 24e.
ON A HOUSE LIKE A FIRE
The Droichead Arts Center is delighted to present On A House Like A Fire, live in 2022, from theater maker Michelle Read, as part of our residency program for 2022. Droichead supported the online production in 2021 in the framework of the Festival Bealtaine.
The production is staged at 8 p.m. on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 Septemberrd.
All details and tickets www.droichead.com.