2014

May 2014

Well! what a rollercoaster!  We had a great performance in Athlone and secured second place overall.  Helena Stout won best actress and Michelle Reade won both best supporting actress and the Fair City award.  Jenny Ni Lucais was nominated for best director.  Congratulations to Cornmill Theatre, Carrigallen  for winning the overall prize and the Abbey award.  Prosperous Dram Group were third and Padraic Broe from Moat Club, Naas won best actor with lighting awards and two scholarships also going to Moat.  Not a bad result for North Kildare!

Mar 2014

Let the games begin.  You can keep track of our progress on the festival circuit in the table below.

Festival Position Awards
Newtownstewart (23rd Feb) First Best play in open section
Best Director – Jenny ni Lucais
Best Actor – George Hogan
Best Actress – Helena Stout
Best Supporting Actress – Michelle Reade
Audience award
Rush (25th Feb) First Best play in open section
Best Actor – George Hogan
Best Actress – Helena Stout
Best Supporting Actress – Michelle Reade
Tubbercurry (8th Mar) First Best play in open section
Premier award – Best overall play
Best Director – Jenny ni Lucais
Best Actor – George Hogan
Best Actress – Helena Stout
Best Supporting Actress – Michelle Reade
Best Characterisation – George Hogan
DLI Scholarship – Michelle Reade
City of Derry (13th Mar) Second Best Actress – Helena Stout
Stage Management – Ciara Meehan
Enniskillen (14th Mar) Third Best Supporting Actress – Michelle Reade
Ballyshannon (15th Mar) First Best play in open section
Best Director – Jenny ni Lucais
Best Actor – George Hogan
Best Actress – Helena Stout
Adjudicators Award – Michelle Reade
Strabane  (22nd Mar) First Best play in open section
Best Director – Jenny ni Lucais
Best Actor – George Hogan
Best Actress – Helena Stout
Scarriff  (29th Mar) First Best play in open section
Best Actor – George Hogan
Best Actress – Helena Stout
Best Supporting Actress – Michelle Reade

Feb 2014

After a very successful run in both the Draiocht earlier in the month and later in the Mill, Dundrum, the wolf is being released onto the festival circuit

Jan 2014

Happy new year to all!   We are currently gearing up for our 2014 full length festival production – Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee. We’ll be performing at the Draiocht in Blanchardstown and the Mill in Dubdrum.  Check out our Current Production tab above for more details.  Also, don’t forget to check out our Facebook page!

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