Katie O’Halloran Workshop

Date: Sunday 20/3/22

A workshop focusing on audition techniques facilitated by Katie O’Halloran Come prepared with a monologue or song you’d like to use for an audition. Whether you’re auditioning for a school or professional production, drama school, or want to enhance your auditioning skills, this workshop will give you the tools you need to walk into an Read More »

Casey Hallahan Workshop

Date: Wednesday 16/3/22

  A workshop led by facilitator Casey Hallahan (also directing one of this year’s DOAF productions!) Date: 26th March Time: 11-1 PM   Casey Hallahan is a drama facilitator and director with more than a decade of experience working with actors of all ages. From 2018 until 2020 they were part of Prague Youth Theatre’s Read More »

Firedoor Theatre crew call

Date: Wednesday 9/3/22

Dublin-based Firedoor Theatre are performing their “Uncut” showcase of new work in The Teachers’ Club in March. We are looking for a stage-hand who would be available on the week of Mon 21st March, (until Sat 26th) from 7pm. The stage-hand would also need to attend our two run-throughs on 12th and 19th March (from Read More »

Young Critics with National Youth Theatre Ireland

Date: Friday 4/3/22

NYTI Young Critics programme. The deadline for applications is April 1st ! https://www.youththeatre.ie/news/young-critics-2022-applications-now-open WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE YOUNG CRITICS? Over six months, the Young Critics will participate in online workshops, visit Cork and Dublin for two incredible meet ups, see some amazing shows, make new friends and learn the art of theatre criticism. It is Read More »

First Cut! Youth Film Festival upcoming FREE workshops

Date: Friday 4/3/22

First Cut! Youth Film Festival 2022 has a series of amazing free online workshops coming up shortly and we have a small number of places remaining. The sessions are delivered by experienced professionals and industry experts, and cover both general and specialist aspects of filmmaking. There are courses to suit filmmakers of all levels of experience, up to Read More »

Broadreach: Storytelling through Dance

Date: Thursday 3/3/22

An upcoming series of dance workshops led by incredible Nigerian-Irish dance artist Favour Odusola, starting this Saturday for those 18+ 5, 12, 19, 26 MARCH 2022 3.30 – 6.30PM COISCÉIM STUDIO, FAIRVIEW, DUBLIN 3 FEE: €60 More information/registration: https://coisceim.com/thefirstfairviewspecial/ Favour’s practice will be looking a lot at storytelling and using our own unique movement styles Read More »

TU Dublin Talk THIS Saturday

Date: Thursday 3/3/22

After the success of our ‘So you want to study drama…?’ panel discussion a few weeks ago, we have another event! This Saturday (after the workshop with Aoife and Tanya), ex member Sean Mc Manus will be coming in to talk about his experience on the TU Dublin Drama conservatoire course! Time and Date: 1 Read More »

Young Writers Bursary MOLI

Date: Wednesday 2/3/22

The Edna O’Brien Young Writers Bursary 2022 Are you between 15 and 17 years old and would you love to be a writer some day? Or, are you already one? Applications are now open for the Edna O’Brien Young Writers Bursary 2022. MoLI offers an annual five-day, immersive, blended learning programme to 15 talented students around Read More »

DOAF 2022 Cast Announcement

Date: Tuesday 15/2/22

Congratulations to all! Here is the formal cast announcement for DOAF 2022!   Working with Casey Hallahan: Lilac Carters, Baroness Esi Toah, James Durkin, Nora Henning, Róisín García, Nikita Leonkins Working with Jed Murray: Doireann Comiskey, Lara Fitzsimons, Sophie Mangan, Joanie McGrath, Nell O’Hara, Juliet Donnelly Working with Katie O’ Halloran: Deksha Shankar, Sam White, Read More »

Play Announcement!

Date: Friday 4/2/22

48 by Gemma Kane is back by public demand for lunchtime theatre in Bewley’s Café from 7 – 26 Feb. As a creative hub for budding artists from all over Dublin,  members might be interested in attending this show – which is about one of the worst social disasters in the history of the city. Read More »