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Ross O’Carroll-Kelly: Breaking Dad
It’s 2022. And there’s a new Tiger in town.
Landmark is delighted to announce the world premiere of a brand new Ross O’Carroll-Kelly play, Breaking Dad. Written by Paul Howard, directed by Jimmy Fay and starring Rory Nolan as Ross, performances begin at the Gaiety Theatre on 25 April 2014.
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Howie the Rookie and These Halcyon Days at Edinburgh Festival Fringe
This year was a hugely successful one for Irish shows at Edinburgh. With the support of Culture Ireland, Landmark brought Mark O’Rowe’s Howie the Rookie and Deirdre Kinahan’s These Halcyon Days to Assembly Hall as part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The phenomenal reviews for Mark O’Rowe’s ‘blistering script’ (Metro Herald) and for the ‘astounding’ Tom Vaughan-Lawlor (‘one of the most extraordinary actors of his generation’ - The Irish Times) continued across the board in Edinburgh (****** ‘arguably the performance of this Fringe’ - Edinburgh Evening News. See www.howietherookie.com.
Deirdre Kinahan’s These Halcyon Days, starring Anita Reeves and Stephen Brennan, capped a raft of rave reviews, including a five-star review from Libby Purves in The Times, which praised the ‘matchless’ performances in ‘Deirdre Kinahan’s beautifully-judged new play’, with a prestigious Scotsman Fringe First award. Read more here.
Congratulations to both companies, thanks to Assembly for hosting both shows, and to Culture Ireland, without whose support none of it would have been possible.
The Talk of the Town wins at The Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards
The Talk of the Town, Emma Donoghue’s new play about the iconic New Yorker writer Maeve Brennan, has won two Irish Times Theatre Awards: Best Actress (Catherine Walker) and Best Costume Designer (Peter O’Brien). Lorcan Cranitch was also nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his performance as William Shawn. The show is a co-production with Hatch Theatre Company and Dublin Theatre Festival.
The awards were announced at a ceremony in the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, on Sunday 24th February 2013. Read the full report in The Irish Times here