To kick of week 3 of our online festival we screened KING OF CATS by by Oisin Robbins, performed by Aron Hegarty.
We’ve also enjoyed some press coverage and reviews of the festival recently:
“It seems odd to thank a pandemic for anything but Covid-19 has given rise to this whole new platform for playwrights,..
The audience capacity, using the new platform, is limitless and seat numbers are irrelevant. The walls of a theatre are now just a concept as we look to rescue a struggling art form from the ashes of commercialism and fight back with a new, affordable way to experience theatre and work that previously was a risk,”
– Elizabeth Moynihan, The Irish Times
“a surprising diversity of content and form. Indeed, initial expectations of a single-voiced confessional monologue talking straight to camera, video diary-style, are soon thwarted. If anything, this work would be less interesting on stage, even within the limited technical possibilities of the festival’s form.
“Elizabeth Moynihan’s Unmade Bed has an experimental, arthouse-like aspect… the monologue is Beckettian in its allusive, fragmentary style…
“contemporary gothic flavour of Roche’s writing [in Shard]. Gripping stuff.”
– Sara Keating, Sunday Business Post
“An absolute delight. It raises the spirits in a time of Covid-19.”
– Emer O’Kelly, The Independent
Now Stay at home, sit back and enjoy KING OF CATS!
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by Myrn Devaney
Wednesday 22nd @ 9.15pm