Currently previewing is Pink Milk, the latest offering from talented Writer-Director duo Lauren-Shannon Jones and Nora Kelly Lester.
It delivers all the surreal, unsettling quirkiness that has become the hallmark of their work together.
Pink Milk also marks their final project of their residency here at The New Theatre.
We can’t wait for opening night tomorrow (Wed 29th June) and wish them broken legs all round with their next projects. The future looks bright!
You can catch Pink Milk here until Saturday 9th July.
This month has also seen the return of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man to celebrate the centenary of the the novel’s first publication.
The stage adaptation, by Tony Chesterman, first appeared on The New Theatre stage 3 years ago, under the direction of visionary Jimmy Fay, and surprised audiences with its freshness and truthfulness in response to the original text.
The production, having toured extensively in the meantime, returned home for a week and half’s run before playing 2 nights in The Pavilion, Dun Laoghaire as part of Bloomsday events.
But that’s not all. The Portrait team will travel to London to present the show at The London Irish Centre, Camden August 1st-11th.