Words of Advice for Young People

World Premiere

“One day we’ll be old. We’ll watch TV all day and we won’t understand the currency. We’ll stop young people on the street and ask them why they’re dressed in their underwear. We’ll forget what we had for lunch.. but we’ll remember this.”

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The Sugar Wife

World Premiere

Hannah Tewkley is torn between her work with the city’s poor and her husband’s prospering business – a string of oriental teahouses. Their guests, an English philanthropist and an African American are tainted by the horrors of America’s deep south. The visit begins with the best of intentions; but a collision is unavoidable.

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The Life of Galileo

Galileo’s radical discoveries challenged the religious and scientific certainties of his time and changed our perception of the universe. Set in Italy at the height of the Inquisition, Brecht’s play is a study of his genius, humanity and courage and examines how truth can be suppressed and manipulated for political reasons.

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Improbable Frequency

It’s 1941. Europe is at war and espionage is the front line. In Dublin, ‘the Emergency’ is in full swing! As the rest of the world gets on with the small matter of the Second World War, the city’s lights burn flagrantly and Europe’s intellectual elite have come to play. But a radio requests show has drawn the attention of M15 and a diffident young code-breaker is dispatched to Dublin to determine which side neutral Ireland is really on.

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Take Me Away

World Premiere

Eddie and his sons work nights. Bren (the love child) surfs the net alone. Andy (planned) can’t confirm the whereabouts of his girlfriend and son. Kev (the mistake) isn’t throwing his money around like the IT whizzkid they take him for. A duty visit to their mother requires them to act like model siblings; but confusion around her illness, which hospital she is in, and references to her mysterious good news become the fuel for this dark comedy of a disintegrating family.

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Olga

Irish Premiere.

The story of an extraordinary relationship between a spirited, lonely old woman and a recalcitrant young dosser

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Shiver

Follow the fortunes of two couples as they stride, stagger and stumble through life in Dublin at the start of the new millennium.

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Copenhagen

Irish Premiere.

In the autumn of 1941, at a critical point in the second world war, German physicist Werner Heisenberg paid a strange visit to his Danish counterpart, Niels Bohr. To this day, speculation has raged over precisely what they discussed. For these two former friends were among a handful of scientists around the globe who could unlock the secret of nuclear warfare.

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Midden

World Premiere.

The Sweeney family has long been a dumping ground for generations of suppressed bitterness, vexed relationships, tragic misunderstandings and terrible unmentioned secrets. It is the women who carry the burden in their hearts, putting on a brave face for the outside world. But, in old age, confusion and diminished inhibition can transform into lucidity and honesty, which allow uncomfortable truths to blow their lid and come tumbling out.

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Dead Funny

Irish Premiere

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