Category Archive: THEATRE

Nov 27

“A Bolt From D’Blue” by David Gilna

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IRISH PREMIERE ON 1st DECEMBER    David Gilna (‘My Bedsit Window’, ‘The Unsung Hero‘, ‘One For The Ditch’) is coming to the Sean O’Casey Theatre . Following the success of the World Premiere of his new solo play, ‘A Bolt From D’Blue’ , for the 1st Irish Festival 2022 at the New York Irish Center …

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Sep 23

Sean O’Casey, Trouble Pilgrims and the truth!

Some more 'unpleasentness'  for O'Casey

There’s a great quote often attributed to Joe Strummer of the Clash, describing his musical philosophy as “Three chords and the truth”. He might indeed have said those words (and so too may have Johnny Cash) but in doing so he was quoting a country musician from the 1950′s which is when the phrase originated. …

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Sep 11

Sean O’Casey Festival 2022 – full brochure available :

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Sep 03

“From Ballyfermot to New York and to the Sean O’Casey…” – an interview with playwright Derek Murphy

Playwright Derek Murphy

  The Sean O’Casey Festival 2022 will feature Basement Productions’ “A Very Irish Killing”, the first time the group has performed at the Sean O’Casey Theatre. It is also the first time a play by Derek Murphy has been performed in East Wall, so we were pleased to have a few words with Derek in …

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Sep 03

Sean O’Casey Festival 2022 – Fantastic line up of theatre & music events

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Sep 02

“OFF THE METER – ON THE RECORD” by John McDonagh

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Driving New York Crazy for 40 years … … NEXT STOP DUBLIN ! John McDonagh is a radio host, a member of Irish American Writers & Artists (IAW&A), and has been driving a NYC yellow cab for nearly four decades. This occupation has provided the raw material for his critically acclaimed one man show. Directed …

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Sep 02

“Dublin Ghosts” – An evening with Pete Holidai and Tony St Ledger ( with very special guest Phelim Drew)

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Sep 06

Sean O’Casey Festival 2020 – full programme available

Political Writings

“All the worlds a stage, and most of us are desperately unrehearsed” So said Sean O’Casey, and there are no more appropriate words to describe this very strange year. But in the grand old theatrical tradition – the show must go on. This year’s annual festival will be very different of course, with COVID-19 restrictions …

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Jul 18

Sarah Lundberg Summer School 2020 presents …

Feb 14

“THE LITTLE MERMAID” – annual pantomime , tickets still available .

Little Mermaid

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