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  • The Spider’s House in Project Arts Centre, Programme Notes for audio described performances, 6th and 7th March 2020

    In a city filled with twists and turns, where nothing is ever quite what it seems, welcome to a nightmare from a disordered mind.

    Premiering on the 29th of February at Project Arts Centre and presented by a host of some of Ireland’s most exciting artists, The Spider’s House explores the limits of our compassion and the heart’s darkness.

  • Playboy of the Western World in the Gaiety Theatre, Programme Notes for audio described performance, 5th October 2019

    Pegeen is fed up. She’s not getting younger and is desperate to escape the confines of a life stuck in the middle of nowhere.

    When the stranger Christy Mahon arrives at her father’s shebeen, with a story that sets the village talking, he is welcomed with admiration by the locals, even Pegeen. But all is not as it seems, and soon the playboy’s past threatens to catch up with him.

  • This Beautiful Village, Programme Notes for audio described performance, 7th Sept 2019

    On a quiet street in leafy, suburban Dublin, local residents meet about a piece of graffiti.  Who did it?  What does it mean?  And what’s to be done about it?  They have wine and a quorum.  Nothing can go wrong.

    This Beautiful Village is a razor-sharp new play that exposes every side of what it means to co-exist in Ireland today.  Set over one night, six people will confront their pride, prejudice and privilege.  It won’t be pretty.  But it could be beautiful.

    This Beautiful Village programme notes

  • What Good is Looking Well When You’re Rotten on the Inside? national tour, touch tours

    Programme note and pre-show touch tours are available on the 16th May Watergate Theatre, 18th May Áras Inis Gluaire, 21st May Dunamaise Arts Centre, 22nd May Roscommon Arts Centre. What Good Is Looking Well When You're Rotten on the Inside? Programme Notes

  • The Country Girls at the Abbey Theatre, Programme Notes for audio described performance, 6th April 2019

    Edna O’Brien revisits her era-defining debut novel in a new stage adaptation.

    Audio described performance with Touch Tour on Saturday 6th April, 2pm

    The Abbey Theatre

  • Come From Away at the Abbey Theatre, Programme Notes for audio described and captioned performance, 19th January, 2019

    Discover the remarkable true story of a small town that welcomed the world.

    As it continues sold-out, record-breaking engagements on Broadway, across the USA and in Canada, Come From Away will land in Dublin for its long-awaited European premiere, ahead of its West End transfer.