17 to 26 June

Playacting Youth Theatre: Making Documentary Theatre

PlayActing Youth Theatre welcomes Talking Shop Ensemble for a summer project "Making Documentary Theatre". They are grateful to Kildare County Council for a Youth Arts Bursary to fund this work. This project is the latest in their drive to look at theatre as a tool for change. Their members are very excited about working with Aisling Byrne and Shaun Dunne from Talking Shop Ensemble and at addressing issues from the perspective of young people in today’s Ireland. See the flyer below for more information and call Geraldine O'Brien at 087-261-8118 to book your place today!

Dates:
17 to 26 June
28 to 30 June 2019

Complex Youth Theatre presents “Dubs”

Complex Youth Theatre

presents

DUBS

What? A group of young housing activists take over the house of The Dead in which John Houston filmed the iconic film, based on James Joyce’s short story. Their mission is to highlight the growing housing crisis in Dublin and its detrimental effects. The solidarity of the group is threatened as other interests emerge, pitting preservation against housing. The arrival of a celebrity and a politician eager to cash in on the movement, and the presence of a ghost, increase tensions. All this unnecessary attention has hindered the landlord’s plan to develop the site for a hotel or student accommodation and he will not stop until the property is returned to its rightful owner!

Where? The Complex, Arran Street East, Dublin 7

When? Friday, 28 June, to Sunday, 30 June, 7pm with a Sunday matinee on 30 June at 2pm

Cost? €10 with a donation from proceeds going to ICHH, Inner City Helping Homeless. To book, email Kenneth: kenneth@thecomplex.ie

Find Complex YT on Facebook here

Dates:
28 to 30 June 2019
16 to 18 July

Act Out Youth Theatre: ACTING FOR CAMERA Summer Project

Act Out Youth Theatre

presents

ACTING FOR CAMERA, a three-day intensive summer course

What? Join Act Out Youth Theatre this summer for their 3-Day Summer Project, ACTING FOR CAMERA, which runs at Navan's Solstice Arts Centre from 16 to 18 July 2019. These 3 days will be an intensive course with some tips & tricks to help you act for camera. The workshops will be facilitated by actor & Artistic Director of Act Out YT, Anthony Kinahan, along with Meath actor & videographer, Matthew O'Brien,and other friends of Act Out YT (TBC). Further details to be confirmed in the coming weeks. Previous performance experience is useful but not essential.

Who? The course is open to new and current members who are aged 13+.

I want to attend! What do I do? Places are limited  so express your interest by emailing actoutmeath@gmail.com
 

Dates:
16 to 18 July

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