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Workshop Opportunity

If you’re quick you might still have time to apply for Sarah Baxter’s LeCoq workshops, happening in the new year. Email a CV, a photograph and a brief letter explaining why you would like to take part to: sarahabaxter@gmail.com. 575 more words

Workshops

I've been reading...

As some people have remarked numerous times in the last few months, I’m extremely ambitious. Or alternatively, I’m not normal. Not sure about that last one but I can agree with the ambitious part. 270 more words

MA Scriptwriting

Interview With Pat Kiernan (Corcadorca) & David Duffy (Eat My Noise)

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first published in @The Evening Echo 2014-9-25

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How These Desperate Men Talk’, a collaboration between site-specific theatre pioneers Corcadorca Theatre Company, composers Eat My Noise and the playwright Enda Walsh, who wrote and directed ‘Ballyturk’ which recently sold out the Cork Opera House and ‘Disco Pigs’ (originally produced by Corcadorca), has been one of the stand out events of the 2014 Kinsale Arts Festival. 765 more words

Chatroom (2010)

Chatroom (2010)

Control. Alter. Delete.

Adapted from the play Chatroom, written by Enda Walsh, who also worked as a screenwriter on the project, Chatroom is a British produced thriller directed by Japanese filmmaker Hideo Nakata, helming his first ever English-speaking feat. 1,369 more words

Film Reviews

Reading Plays - Episode 10 - Disco Pigs

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Download: Episode 10 – Disco Pigs

Arriving at the end of the nineteen nineties, at exactly the time Martin McDonagh was exploding the Irish national theatre with the first of his Leenane trilogy, Disco Pigs articulated a radical new vision of Irishness. 229 more words

Podcast

Film: Disco Pigs

I want to walk into the sea and never come back. I want the tide to take me out of me and give me someone else. 633 more words

London

Once

Princess Theatre, Melbourne, October 18 matinee

Once is a lovely, wistful little musical that could charm the birds from the trees, so it could. It certainly had the audience entranced at the performance I saw. 877 more words

Musical Theatre