For this month’s blog, three members of the Jungle Door team share their experiences at the Edinburgh Fringe. Edinburgh Fringe Storytime by Sabrina Kelleher Edinburgh Fringe Vlog by Rena Bryson Edinburgh Fringe blog by Hazel Doolan It’s been a month since Edinburgh and I’m still processing it. When speaking to anyone, my words have beenContinue reading “Eva’s Echo’s Edinburgh Fringe Experience”
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Coming Out Through Queer Theatre
The title kind of says it all, Queer Theatre changed my life. I used writing and creating Queer theatre as a vehicle for self-discovery, learning, and reflection. But mostly as yet another excuse for placing myself in the centre of Queer culture with the excuse of being a great ally. This is a realisation I now have in hindsight, not something I was consciously doing. But it all began with Jungle Door, a play I began writing when I first moved to Galway, before Eva’s Echo existed.
Table Quiz at The Secret Garden
Join us for a night of fun and trivia at The Secret Garden on November 5th! Where you’ll have the chance to win amazing prizes, meet the coolest of people, enjoy delicious treats and of course support the arts! But what if I don’t have enough friends to fill a table you ask? Do notContinue reading “Table Quiz at The Secret Garden”
Dose on the Pride Player
We are so proud to have Dose featured on Dublin LGBTQ Pride’s Pride Player in collaboration with Dublin Gay Theatre Festival. Rena Bryson’s new short drama Dose takes place the night before Oisín and Patrick’s wedding. Tensions rise as the couple face the consequences of their families merging, leading Oisín to reveal a dark secretContinue reading “Dose on the Pride Player”
Goodbye, Bright Eyes
‘I can’t breathe’ ‘Stop!’ ‘He’s not moving!’ These words still ring through my ears since I, like many others, discovered the horrific last moments of George Flyod. How could this have happened? Why was this allowed in this day and age? Who are these people in uniform?