Just over two weeks ago a group of intrepid Firedorians were preparing to perform on the stage at the Convention Centre Dublin as part of the opening and Retro Hugo Awards ceremony at Worldcon. They were performing a short scene which had been devised by the group and further scripted by one of our own resident scriptwriters (and blogger), Simon … Read More
February is a crazy busy month for Firedoor Theatre with three big shows over the next couple of weeks! In addition to our showcase of new work UNCUT, we have two shows in the Scene + Heard Festival, Dog Boy and New Year’s Sea. Dog Boy February 13th + 14th at 7.45pm in Smock Alley Theatre “Dearest Mr Glass, terribly … Read More
Dublin is buzzing with talk about our new show Paint! First off we chatted to Mark O’Brien in The Dublin Gazette about the show and the decision to use Doyle’s as a venue — you can read the digital version of the story here: https://dublingazette.com/whats-on/events/dublin-pub-first-theatre-event-43470/ Cast and crew then took to the airwaves to talk about Paint over on Dublin … Read More
Firedoor Theatre are proud to announce our newest production, Paint, an original play by Stephen Ryan, directed by Sarah Thunder. It’s also the first play ever to be staged in Doyle’s Pub on College Street. Cast and crew are hard at work to bringing the show to life, so make sure to book your tickets now! In Paint, two men … Read More
And we’re done! Thanks a million to everyone who came along to The Lovers’ Guide To Losing Your Mind in The Teachers’ Club. Wonderful, beautiful, sophisticated audiences every night — we hope you enjoyed watching the show as much as we did making it! Happy Christmas & New Year, and stay tuned for info on Firedoor’s new productions in 2018…
Firedoor Theatre are proud to announce our newest production, The Lovers Guide to Losing Your Mind, an original play by Jason Coburn, directed by Alex McKenzie. Cast and crew are hard at work to bringing the show to life, so make sure to book your tickets now! The Lovers’ Guide to Losing Your Mind is a darkly comic tale exploring … Read More
Book your tickets now for Firedoor Theatre’s ‘An Unexpected Party’, premiering May 1st as part of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival. It’s been 12 months since Niall departed, and his friends and family are still in turmoil… Determined to settle things, his old flatmate Declan invites Niall’s ex Andrew and twin sister Karen for Saturday evening drinks. However, Karen … Read More
Firedoor are proud to be premiering a brand new piece of devised theatre at this year’s Five Lamps Arts Festival. ‘Perceptions: The Value of X’ explores people’s individual interpretations of an ever changing society and its issues. Come down to the show, April 1st at 7pm in Connolly House – Marino College of Further Education. Hope to see you there!