NEWS

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SEP

ITI ASSOCIATED ARTISTS ENJOY ANOTHER BUSY SEASON AT DUBLIN FRINGE AND DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL

21 SEP 2018

Dublin Fringe Festival and Dublin Theatre Festival Programmes

Irish Theatre Institute Six in the Attic (SITA), SITA Alumni and Show in a Bag artists have been enjoying a particularly busy season creating and performing work for both Dublin Fringe Festival and ­Dublin Theatre Festival this autumn. Through the year ITI mentors, supports and resources artists and theatre makers to develop, create and present world class new work to audiences. We are proud to see this work premiering on stages and in venues right across the city this September and October.

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL 2018

Everything I Do written by and performed by Zoe Ní Riordáin (SITA Alumnus)
Presented by One Two One Two 
Project Arts Centre, 7th - 15th September

Oneday written and directed by Dick Walsh (SITA Alumnus) Presented by Dick Walsh and James Moran
Project Arts Centre, 8th - 15th September

Running + Walking in the Phoenix Park written and directed by Martin Sharry (SITA Alumnus)
Project Arts Centre, 12th - 21st September

SHAME written and directed by Pom Boyd (SITA)
Presented by Pom Boyd and Séan Millar
Peacock Theatre at the Abbey, 18th - 22nd September

MadHouse written by Una McKevitt (SITA Alumnus)
Presented by Úna McKevitt and PJ Gallagher
Peacock Theatre at the abbey, 7th - 22nd September

Dripfeed by Karen Cogan
Directed by Oonagh Murphy (SITA Alumnus)
Project Arts Centre, 19th - 22nd September

Sight Unseen featuring Mark Cantan (SITA Alumnus)
Presented by Auto-Correbt
Comedy Cellar at Festival Club, 8th - 13th September

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DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL 2018

Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Cast includes Shane O’Reilly (SITA Alumnus)
Gate Theatre, 27th September -13th October

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce, adapted by Arthur Riordan
Cast includes Amy Conroy (SITA Alumnus)
Presented by Rough Magic
Pavilion Theatre, 26th September - 7th October

The Patient Gloria written by Gina Moxley (SITA Alumnus)
Presented by The Abbey Theatre and Gina Moxley in association with Pan Pan Theatre
Peacock Theatre at the Abbey, 29th September - 6th October

The Lost O’Casey directed by Louise Lowe (SITA Alumni)
Presented by Anu Productions
26th September – 13th October

Company by Samuel Beckett
Directed by Sarah Jane Scaife and performance by Raymond Keane (SITA Alumni)
Project Arts Centre, 3rd - 7th October

Home Theatre (Ireland) written by Dylan Coburn Gray and Elaine Murphy (SITA Alumni)
Presented by Draíocht
Draíocht, 10th-13th October

The Metals by Una McKevitt (SITA Alumnus)
Una Mckevitt and James Scales (In Development Showing) Samuel Beckett Theatre, 5th October

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About Irish Theatre Institute’s Artist Supports Programmes

ITI’s Six in the Attic provides theatre artists with space, time and practical resources coupled with the mentoring and advice services needed to explore, develop and make work. Through ongoing support and mentoring ITI offers these artists expert advice on a range of topics from networking and touring, funding schemes, financial management, artistic planning, and career development. On completing the SITA cycle artists are welcomed into the SITA Alumni group, with access to ongoing mentoring and career supports, as well as project management expertise.

Show in a Bag is an artist development initiative of Dublin Fringe Festival, Fishamble: The New Play Company and Irish Theatre Institute to resource theatre makers and actors. The first Show in a Bag initiative was established in 2010 to facilitate the creation of five new small scale, tourable shows which would highlight the talents and skills of performers making work for the Dublin Fringe Festival.