1 - 3 May

Kilkenny Youth Theatre - Romeo and Juliet

A tale of woe, a tale of joy, of love and hate, youth and age, life and death, Kilkenny Youth Theatre presents Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

Evening performances at 8pm on 1st, 2nd & 3rd May. Also a matinee performance at 3pm on Sat 3rd May.

Tickets are €10/€8 conc.

Dates:
1 - 3 May
Venue:
The Barn, Church Lane, Kilkenny
Bookings
056-7751266 or email anna@barnstorm.ie. Group and youth theatre bookings contact Anna.
15 - 26 April

Dublin Youth Theatre - First Year One Act Festival

Once again the time has come for the new members of Dublin Youth Theatre to present their work, both devised and scripted. DYT’s annual First Year One Act Festival (FYOAF) will run from April 15th to April 26th featuring the new members of DYT, directed by Alice Coughlan, Michelle Read, Kevin Murphy, and Dan Colley.

The festival is divided into two different weeks of performances, each week featuring two different one act plays staged in a double bill.

Week 1 will feature Romeo and Juliet directed by Alice Coughlan, and Game Over written and directed by Michelle Read. Week 2 will feature two devised pieces, one directed by Kevin Murphy and one directed by Dan Colley.

Located at the DYT House 23 Upper Gardiner Street, doors open nightly at 7.30pm with the shows commencing at 8.00pm.

Matinee performances are on Saturday the 19th and 26th at 2.30pm.
Previews: April 15th and 22nd
Seating is limited to under 30 seats per night and tickets will sell quickly.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Week 1: April 15th-19th

Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Alice Coughlan, Assistant Director Ursula McGinn
Starring: Conor Kelly, Liza Pasynkova, Victor Patterson, Joyce Dignam, Joanna Siewierska, Shane Donnelly, Gary Finnegan

Game On Written by Michelle Read
Directed by Michelle Read Assistant Directors:Becky Reid and Conor Murray
Starring: Maeve Conway, Eleanor O’ Malley, Lee Stafford, Katie Wycherley

Week 2: April 22nd-26th

Devised piece by Kevin Murphy and the cast
Directed by Kevin Murphy. Assistant Directors: Ailbhe Cowley and Ross Watchorn
Starring: Caroline Flood, Sinéad Kearns, Mark McKenna, Niamh Elliott-Sheridan

Devised piece by Dan Colley and the cast
Directed by Dan Colley. Assistant Directors: Martha Breen, Aloisia King
Starring: Sarah Byrd, Méabh Hennelly, Hazel Nolan, Michael Ryan, Sean Talbot

Dates:
15 - 26 April
Venue:
Dublin Youth Theatre, 23 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin 1
Bookings
To book tickets please call 01 8743687. Tickets €10 and €8 Concession €5 DYT Members €8
More Info
www.dublinyouththeatre.com
24 - 26 April

County Wexford Youth Theatre - The Elephant In The Room

The Elephant In The Room devised by County Wexford Youth Theatre, dramaturged by Hannah McNiven

Teenage and child suicide are on the increase in Ireland over the past few years and no-one seems to wish to address the issue. This play devised by 25 members of County Wexford Youth Theatre and funded by the Arts Council attempts to address the reasons which could drive young people to feeling suicidal. CWYT has listened closely to our young members and promises to lift the lid on this ‘taboo’ subject within our society, opening up discussion between adults and young people. We all know it happens every day, we all know someone who is affected by it - but we seem to be unable to talk about the Elephant in the Room. Until now. Made possible through the Arts Council’s Young Ensemble Award.

Performances at 8pm on 24 - 26 April.

Dates:
24 - 26 April
Venue:
Wexford Opera House
Bookings
Phone: 053 912 2144 or visit http://wexfordoperahouse.ie
More Info
www.wexfordoperahouse.ie
7 - 9 May

CIT Cork School of Music Youth Theatre - 11 Septembre 2001

CIT Cork School of Music Youth Theatre are performing 11 Septembre 2001 by Michel Vinaver with performances on 7th (Preview), 8th & 9th May.

Vinaver's 11 September 2001 is a libretto which features a polyphonic mingling of voices — victims, survivors, terrorists and national leaders from the tragic events surrounding 9/11. We hear the vibrant, tragic, last words of love and words that tell the impossibility of acting while there is still time, voices that still talk of regrets and hopes.

11 September 2001 will be performed in English with French. The young actors will explore the use of language to interpret the text and bring it to life in a visceral, exciting and memorable performance. Directed by Peadar Donohoe

Tickets: €12/€10.

Dates:
7 - 9 May
Venue:
Stack Theatre, Cork School of Music

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23 April