We are…Futureproof!

First day of rehearsals have kicked off for Lynda Radley’s ‘Futureproof’, directed by Tom Creed. The gang will play The Everyman Theatre as part of Cork Midsummer Festival (previewing 13th – 15th) opening 16th – 24th June before bringing the show to the Project Arts Centre, 27th June – 1st July. We’re extra excited because […]

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Remembering to Breathe (for radio)

Julie Sharkey’s busy recording a radio version of the Lustrum award-winning play Remember To Breathe today, the Edinburgh Fringe ’16 hit!! We hope you enjoyed the day, Julie! http://www.irishplayography.com/play.aspx?playid=33993

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Not such a Secret now!

Our wonderful Julie Sharkey will be performing in ‘The Secret Garden’ this week which opens in the Everyman Cork on Wed April 12th and runs until Sat 15th (excluding Good Friday). Tickets available via the link attached. Best of luck Julie and make sure you warm up the Everyman for yourself now won’t ya 😉 http://www.everymancork.com/2017/04/secret-garden-2/ THE SECRET […]

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Julie on National Tour with Remember to Breathe

Hot from their success in Edinburgh, Julie Sharkey & co. are taking the award-winning REMEMBER TO BREATHE on a National Tour. Winner ‘Lustrum’ Award Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016; Nominated Fishamble Best New Play Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015 and BBC International Playwriting Award See dates & locations below & don’t miss it

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Julie Sharkey in TV3’s Smalltown

Julie Sharkey featured in last night’s episode of Gerard Barret’s three part series #Smalltown on TV3 with Pat Short. It was a heartbreaking scene! Check it out on TV3 Player here https://www.tv3.ie/3player/show/1012/

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Julie hitting The Big Wall

Julie Sharkey recently appeared in THE BIG WALL Hawk’s Well Theatre, Sligo, written and directed by Bob Kelly. Julie joined a cast of seventy players that brought the audience on this hugely successful immersive theatre journey through Sligo Courthouse and the old Sligo jail. Well done Julie

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