Productions

ANONYMOUS (The International Bar Theatre, January 16th – January 28th, 2017)

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‘I am homeless. I have no name.

He is the homeless man who stops you in your tracks and makes you look twice. A poet, self-proclaimed oldest homeless man in Dublin, Sean is a man who will spend the rest of his days in the gutter, only he will be looking at the stars… His life takes an unexpected turn when he meets Dolan, fresh out on the streets, lacking shoes and judgement…

Anonymous is a two act play by Mark Richardson, with a running length of 1h 45 mins with a 15 minute interval. It premiered at The International on January 16th, 2017.

Cast & Crew:

Written by Mark Richardson
Directed by Nathalie Clement
Cast: Zeff Lawless, Brendan Hickey, Conor Duffy, Nathalie Clement and Joe Clinton

What our audience had to say:

“Thought-provoking, emotional, humorous and heartfelt. A must see (…)”

“Went to see this play last night and was completely blown away. (…) The play has many facets which will humour you, frighten you and enlighten you to human life on the streets of Dublin. (…) The acting was mesmerizing and so realistic. (…) You forgot that you were in a theatre and not on the streets of Dublin.”

“This play is amazing…Wonderfully served by Nathalie Clement’s direction, Mark Richardson’s beautifully written script leads the audience through a reflection on homelessness in our society. Always poetic, sometimes dramatic, the play is also funny and entertaining. Casting and actor’s performance are on point… Zeff, Brendan, Conor, Nathalie and Joe give life to their character in a realistic yet so endearing way. Zeff Lawless is outstanding in the part of Sean the poet. This is a must-see play!”


THE SADNESS OF THE LITTLE SPARROW (Smock Alley, July 25th – July 30th, 2016)

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“I want to make people cry even when they don’t understand my words.”

Famous French singer Édith Piaf is doomed to spend eternity in a pink-tinted purgatory with the likes of Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison, Chopin, Alfred de Musset and other famous luminaries.

From her dressing room at the Comédie Francaise, she takes the audience with her to relive her earthly journey with all its pain, sorrow, joy, success and many love affairs…

The Sadness of The Little Sparrow is a one act, one woman play written by Jim Yates. It has a running length of 55 mins, without interval. It premiered in the Main Space of the Smock Alley Theatre on July 25th, 2016. The Sadness of the Little Sparrow is adapted from Jim Yates’ novel Oh! Père Lachaise.

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Cast & Crew:

Written & Produced by Jim Yates
Directed by Stella Godmet
Cast: Nathalie Clement
Stage & Set Manager: Ciara Nolan
Lighting Designer: Eoin Lennon
Sound: Jody Kelly White
Graphic Design: Eamon Godmet

What our audience had to say:

“Well done Nathalie Clément and all involved. Really enjoyed the show. Beautiful performance and writing.”

“Great play, really enjoyed it.”

“Really enjoyed the play last night, well done Jim Yates and all involved.”


 

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