Graffiti Theatre Company present: ‘Generation Revolution’, a new play by Raymond Scannell with Fiona Lucia McGarry as Eleanor directed by Emelie Fitzgibbon.
What is ‘a rebel’? What is a ‘rebel act’? And what happens to the children of the revolution, to those who inherit the legacy?
Eleanor is a rebel – against family, against school, society norms, against everything. Given a book written by the daughter of Terence MacSweeney, she sets off on a gothic quest for answers to questions.
Raymond Scannell’s exciting and provocative new play, Generation Revolution, is a quirky take on rebellion, inheritance and identity. It is where magic realism and history blend.
This exciting new production will be available to post-primary schools, youth theatres and members of the public from 21st November 2016 – 9th December 2016 and will be performed in Graffiti’s Theatre in Blackpool, Cork as follows:
Monday 21st November –Friday 9th December 10.00am & 2.00pm: School performances.
Thursday 24th November, 1st & 8th December 8.00pm: Youth Theatre and Public performances.
Tickets: €7 per student €10 per adult (teachers and youth leaders admitted free of charge). Maximum number per performance: 65. Target age: 15 +
Please phone 021 4397111 or email email@example.com for more information.
‘Discordance’ directed by Chris O’Neill will premiere at the Festival on Tuesday 10th November at 9pm at the Gate Cinema.
‘Shem the Penman Sings Again’ directed by Padraig Trehy will screen on Friday 13th November at 8pm at the Everyman Palace Theatre.
‘We lived in Cities’ directed by Brian Benjamin Dwyer will be performed on Saturday 14th November at 9pm at the Triskel Christchurch.
‘We lived in Cities’ – an orchestral, visual, theatrical piece, that will be performed at this year’s Dublin Fringe Festival for TWO NIGHTS ONLY on September 18th and 19th in the Project Arts Centre.
Cast: Fiona Lucia Mc Garry and Dominic MacHale
Produced by B.K. Pepper and Madra Mór
Music by B.K. Pepper (Bryan Pepper)
Directed by Brian Benjamin Dwyer (MADRA MÓR)
Live Visuals by Generic People
‘Shem the Penman Sings Again’ premièred at the Galway Film Fleadh to a very warm reception.
‘The Cradle” has been nominated in the Drama category for the PPI Radio Awards. I play the character “Rachel”. All 6 episodes can be found here:
I performed as part of the chorus in Ouroborus’ rehearsed reading of “The Burial at Thebes” by Seamus Heaney. I composed and arranged both traditional music and original compositions for the occasion at the MacGill Summer School.
Foreign Bodies produced by Polish Theatre Ireland returned after it’s successful run at Project Art’s Centre last year. We performed as part of Cavan Theatre Festival and also as part of the Watergate’s anniversary celebarations in Kilkenny.
I play Nora Barnacle in this new Irish feature film directed by Padraig Trehy produced by Pooleen Productions. Shem The Penman Sings Again is a musical and cinematic journey into James Joyce’s creative imagination and the conception of Finnegans Wake, inspired by his connection to the tenor John McCormack.