A modern adaptation of Lewis Carrol’s Alice in Wonderland written by Treasa Nealon. Alice explores the ruins of the Wonderland, a carnival filled with unusual inhabitants, in search of Wi-Fi.
Secret Location Theatre
In an experimental venture, we brought audiences on a bus to a secret location to see a play where they had no idea what it would be about.
An Dobharchú by Treasa Nealon is the story about a water monster who is said to dwell in Glenade Lake.
March - April 2017
Our first verbatim theatre show, composed by articles, interviews and comments on social media about revenge porn & cyber-bullying.
In an interesting challenge, our previous one woman show 3400 was adapted to a two person show, exploring the treatment of women in Ireland in the past & the present. It was performed at the Galway Fringe Festival.
Little Red & the Black Dog
Our first pantomime with The Glens Centre, this massive production about country girl bands and evil trolls was supported by a huge cast and crew and Creative Ireland.
Cruinniú na nÓg: Peter Pan
As part of Cruinniú na nÓg, we brought our audience around Lurganboy Woods, following Captain Hook who was in search of the crocodile who ate his hand!
A horror of epic proportions, the audience were witness to the horrific crimes of Hamilton on Halloween Night!
A collaboration with Manorhamilton Castle and funded by Creative Ireland and Leitrim County Council.
CRUINNIÚ NA NÓG - Save the World! (You Can be a Superhero!)
Held in the Organic Centre, Rossinver, this interactive and activity filled performance for children was all about saving the environment.
Supported by Leitrim County Council and Creative Ireland.
Our Generation: 15 Tiny Plays by 15 Writers
In the summer of 2016 we ran a competition, we were looking for submissions of ‘Tiny Plays’ under the theme ‘Our Generation’. We had submissions in from all over the world and selected 15 to be produced in this one hour performance. The plays touched on everything from mental health, domestic abuse, rape, comical obsessions with technology, breast cancer and many other topics that the writers felt relevant to the theme.
3400 by Treasa Nealon was presented at the Scene + Heard Festival in Smock Alley Theatre. The performance was a one woman show about Aisling, her abortion and her life in rural Ireland.
The Where We Are Now LGBT+ Theatre Festival
July 2017 & May 2018
Where We Are Now, is a theatre festival celebrating works written by and about those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and everything in between!
It seeks to recognize and give an on-stage voice to members of rural communities in the Irish North-West. It is the first collaboration of its kind between writers from across the globe and Irish directors and actors within the North-West.
A one man show that explored the concept of toxic masculinity, mental health and alcoholism in rural Ireland, One of the Lads was performed in the Mick Lally Theatre as part of the Galway Theatre Festival.
Peter Pan: Welcome to Neverland
An adaption of the classic children's story Peter Pan, complete with a talking Nana!