written & directed by Craig Walker
“These deeds must not be thought after these ways. So, it will make us mad.” - Lady M
On a spring evening in London in 1892, an unexpected guest arrives just after a performance at the Lyceum Theatre. Showman Buffalo Bill Cody has come to visit his old friend, the great actor, Henry Irving. With them is Irving’s loyal, long-suffering manager, Bram Stoker, later famous as the author of Dracula. As the whisky flows, a genial conversation about show business among three friends gradually becomes a violent quarrel exposing dark secrets about the Royal Family, Jack the Ripper, and the massacre at Wounded Knee. When the night is over, none of them will ever be the same again.
(Nov 2) Nov 3 opening- Nov 19, 2022 at the Baby Grand Theatre
written by Rosemary Doyle
EEN is a memory play written by Rosemary Doyle. It follows the journey of a college-age girl to Ireland to meet her maternal grandmother for the first time. During the play we learn of the secrets of four generations of this family and come to understand the reasons that their lives have gone the way they have.
Mar 1 - Mar 25, 2023 at the Tett Centre