Previous Productions



Dayshift follows the adventures of a certain Mr. Day as he takes up a new position within a vast, complex organisation. But from the moment he awakes, he appears out of harmony with both his surroundings and the people he encounters. As he struggles to understand the inner workings of the organisation, we’re drawn into an innovative re-imagining of modern Ireland and the high cost of its value system. . Read more →



Jungle Door performance May 2018

Photo Credit – Catriona Bonner Photography

A visual delight Jungle Door invites its audience to indulge in the joyous, disheartening and hopeful moments over a year shared by Michelle and Louise. Their problematic relationship as friendly ex-lovers is challenged by marriage, jealousy and the housing crisis. Smiling through the Botox, Michelle plans her perfect day unaware her bridesmaid is hiding a dark and dangerous secret. Read more →




Photo Credit – Piotr Lyszkiewicz

You are invited to explore the aftermath of Yasmine and Cane’s eight year relationship in real time when Cane visits his former home. Yasmine wants justice, a price to pay for time stolen from her. Cane wants peace, to heal the wounds from his past. Will their romance be rekindled or will Cane walk away from Yasmine forever? Yasmine has a question and Cane’s answer could change their lives forever. Read more →




Photo Credit – Catriona Bonner Photography

Match is an original play following Ann’s journey as she struggles with dating through technology while surrounded by unsavory friends, awkward co-workers and deceiving dates. Bad advice, strong drinks and poor timing don’t help either… but sometimes the wrong directions can lead you where you need to be. The creators of Match received the Galway Fringe Best Emerging Artists Award 2017. Read more →