Latte at Culture Night
Join us for a free rehearsed reading of Sarah Fahy’s Latte as part of Galway Culture Night at The Crane Bar in Galway City at 8pm on September 20th.
At Eva’s Echo we support new writing and love bringing it to the stage.
We are currently searching for a new play to produce. There is no cast or duration limit but the play must relate to modern Ireland either in its setting or themes.
If you have a script you would love to see on stage please email evasecho@gmail with a short play summary and the script attached by midnight on the 28th of June.
We are looking for a creative and skilled costume and set designer to join our team for our upcoming production Vlogger.
Vlogger will be performed at the Town Hall Theatre from the 20th to the 22nd of June and rehearsals will begin in May. This production is a two hander set in the Galway apartment Mia and Sandra share. The position of designer is paid by profit share. Eva’s Echo support emerging artists of all mediums, professional experience is not essential but passion and drive are. To apply for this position or find out more click the link below.
Vlogger will be performed at the Town Hall Theatre from the 20th to the 22nd of June and we couldn’t be more excited!
Vlogger is a new multimedia production that appeals to a modern audience while encouraging young audiences interest in theatre. The play follows the journey of a video blogger Mia and her partner Sandra as they face a family crisis. Mia’s fixation on social media negatively affects her relationship with Sandra who’s frustration with their new lifestyle grows throughout the play. Mia’s compulsion to document and share every aspect of their lives online escalates leading both characters to face consequences that will affect them for the rest of their lives.
Eva’s Echo Blog
We’re so excited to share the first of a new venture, a blog by our own Hazel Doolan exploring the ups and downs of working a 9 to 5 while pursuing a career in the arts.
We will post a new blog on the last day of every month and would love to hear suggestions for future blog themes, so contact us and let us know what you’d like us to discuss.
FUNDRAISER FOR JIGSAW GALWAY
We we’re so honoured and excited to present work from many talented playwrights while fundraising for the amazing Jigsaw Galway on December 5th at the Róisín Dubh. If you missed our creative writing night fundraiser for Jigsaw Galway don’t worry you can read all about the wonderful pieces performed on the night here.
CREATIVE WRITING NIGHT
Creative writing nights are not only a lot of fun but a great way of bringing people together, promoting local artists and inspiring audiences. Join us for a fun filled creative writing night featuring talented Galway artists on the 5th of December at 7.30pm at the Róisín Dubh. We will be accepting donations for Jigsaw Galway on the night, with all proceeds going directly to this amazing cause.
DAYSHIFT SELLS OUT AT THE TOWN HALL THEATRE
The exciting and captivating comedy Dayshift was performed to a full house for the entirety of it’s run at the Town Hall Studio. We are so grateful to have had the wonderful opportunity to work alongside such dedicated and talented artists, bringing Darren Donohue’s amazing script to life has been a truly amazing journey.
BECOME A FRIEND
Support from the community is essential in order to continue to produce high quality productions and we are very grateful for the continued support we have received from Galway since the company was founded.
On Saturday the 22nd of September from 12pm – 4pm we will be holding auditions for Darren Donohue’s Dayshift at NUIG. Casting three male actors and one female actor for various roles.
Jungle Door at Galway Pride
Following it’s Sligo run Jungle Door was produced as part of this year’s Galway Pride Festival. The performance was one night only at Teach Solais on the 14th of August welcoming donations from the audience with all proceeds going to Teach Solais and Amach. Eva’s Echo were delighted to present the show to a full house and proud to not only be included in the wonderful Galway Pride Festival line up but to be the first theatre company to perform a play at Teach Solais.