Marina Carr’s passionate reimagining of the aftermath of the Trojan War and the events surrounding its iconic characters; a series of intense, dangerous personal encounters and impossible choices, described by those who witnessed and experienced them.View Production
On the deck of a deluxe mobile home a group of friends gather for a week long party full of cocktail-infused debauchery, bad dancing and questionable gender politics.
A co-production with Kilkenny Arts FestivalView Production
Twin sisters Fea and Caireen, living on a harsh, remote island, are raising Fea’s son together. Abandoned by their mother at a young age and left in their teens to fend for themselves by their troubled father, the women have created their own emotional ecosystem.View Production
The spiritual rebellion of Stephen Dedalus and his restless search for artistic self-expression. James Joyce’s seminal novel brought to the stage in a vibrant new adaptation by Arthur Riordan.View Production
Rough Magic’s dynamic new ensemble of actors and designers will electrify Shakespeare’s iconic characters, incandescent language and timeless comedy.
A co-production with Kilkenny Arts Festival 2018.View Production
In the not too distant future a nuclear fallout has decimated modern America. A group of survivors band together in an attempt to hold on to what shred of normality they have left, in the only way they know how … by retelling the “Cape Feare” episode of The Simpsons.View Production
Antarctica. A polar research station. Boylan, an Irish scientist of the old school, is studying something hidden deep in the ice sheet. A young, ambitious, cock-sure assistant arrives, but they have more to contend with than each other.View Production
How to Keep an Alien is a funny and tender autobiographical tale in which Irish Sonya and Australian Kate meet and fall in love, but Kate’s visa is up and she must leave the country. Together they must find a way to prove to the Department of Immigation that they have the right to live together in Ireland.View Production
Determined to challenge the restrictive laws of the Irish State, a group of 47 trailblazing women take a train to Belfast and return to Dublin with forbidden contraceptives.View Production