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Well done to Just Theatre

Congratulations to Just Theatre for their complete, scene-by-scene recreation of F.W Murnau’s 1922 film ‘Nosferatu: Symphony of Horror’. Arguably the masterpiece of the first golden age of cinema, FW Murnau’s infamous Nosferatu 1922 set the benchmark high for the horror genre. Just Theatre returned with their stage version. Integrating vivid stage performances with footage from […]

Lockout ends second sell-out run.

We are delighted that after being our first show to sell out an entire run before the first performance, and returning due to popular demand, Lockout played once more to packed houses. Thank you to everyone who came to see the show. Praise for Lockout: “For a more personal take on the lockout and a […]

Ann Matthews’ ‘Lockout’ returns for a second run by popular demand.

After a sell-out run this spring, Lockout has once again received great responses from audience and critics alike. Don’t miss it this time. “For a more personal take on the lockout and a realisation of the full impact this time had on working class Dublin, Lockout provides a sensitive and moving account of one person’s […]

Comedies at The NewTheatre

Jack Kairo and The Long Hard Kiss Goodbye, A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking and Accidental Death of An Annarchist – A huge Success! A noir detective comedy, Sheer Tantrum’s Jack Kairo and The Long Hard Kiss Goodbye ‘…had the crowd howling with laughter…’ (No More Workhorse) while Company D’s american comedy A Coupla […]

Selling out – ‘Grow’

Selling out – ‘Grow’ a new play by Lauren Jones & devised by the cast. Directed by Nora Kelly Lester “..this young production shows great verve and promise….clever with plenty of twists and turns..” Frances Winston (Le Cool Magazine) “..visually stunning and curiously entertaining. Grow keeps its audience constantly guessing but manages to remain one […]

Opening night of Portrait a great success & 5/5 review

Last Night A Portrait of the Artist of a Young Man played to a packed house, and an overwhelmingly positive response from the opening night audience. The text was adapted for the stage by Tony Chesterman and the 5 strong cast directed by Jimmy Fay. See images of opening night on our facebook page. The […]

More great reviews for Overtime

 Since returning for a second run due to popular demand, Jane McCarthy’s Overtime has been earning critical acclaim once more. See for yourself what all the fuss is about: The show runs until Saturday, June 1 only. ‘An engaging and taut piece of writing that keeps you entertained and curious. McCarthy is obviously a talented […]

Sylvia earns critical success for Making Lemonade

Audiences and critics were impressed with Sylvia Beatley’s play Making Lemonade last week. They were struck, not least, by her handling of Blade, the play’s central character. ‘Her portrayal of Blade is unnervingly believable, gritty certainly, but on the whole brilliant.’ – Totally Dublin Read the full review here. Look out for the show in […]

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