Being James Joyce: Post-show discussions & National Tour Dates

Being James Joyce: Post-show discussions & National Tour Dates

Rough Magic’s acclaimed new stage adaptation of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man premiered as as part of Dublin Theatre Festival on 26th September. On 9th October, the classic story of Stephen Dedalus and his restless search for artistic self-expression will come to audiences around the country.

As part of the national tour we are holding post-show conversations where our audiences can meet the company and find out how we put the production together. Director Ronan Phelan, Artistic Director Lynne Parker and members of the cast will talk a little bit about the show, the company and the ensemble, and answer questions from members of the audience.
This is an event we always enjoy – it’s wonderful to get immediate feedback from people who have just seen our work. Also in Glór Theatre in Ennis, we will do a special rehearsed reading of Buttshaft by Fergal McElherron. Please do join us.

 

Dates

Venues

Tickets

9th-10th October

9th October

Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise

Post-show discussion

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12th-13th October

12th October

An Grianán, Letterkenny

Post-show discussion

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16th-17th October

16th October

Backstage Theatre, Longford

Post-show discussion

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19th-20th October

20th October

Theatre Royal, Waterford

Post-show discussion

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22nd-24th October

24th October

The Everyman, Cork

Post-show discussion

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27th October

27th October 2pm

Glór Theatre, Ennis

Rehearsed reading of Buttshaft

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30th-31st October

 

Town Hall, Galway

 

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2nd-3rd November

2nd November

Siamsa Tíre, Tralee

Post-show discussion

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Rehearsed Reading of Buttshaft

by Fergal McElherron

Buttshaft is the story of Fea and Caireen, struggling to raise a son with a cruel, painful lineage in the hinterland of Clare. It is a study of women’s need to love, possess, survive and ultimately to make choices based on instinct.  Featuring Ennis native Simone Kirby, directed by Lynne Parker with music and sound design by Carl Kennedy. glór plans to present the full production in May 2019 and this is your chance to get a flavour of the play whilst in development.

Saturday 27 October, 2pm Glór Theatre, Ennis

Tickets free but must be registered in advance

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