King Lear on tour!

We’re keepin it in the family with this next project 🙂 Castaway members and ex-Gaiety graduates David Fennelly and Tiernan Kearns are appearing in the Gaiety School of Acting’s production of Shakespeare’s King Lear for schools. Directed by fellow Castaway member Martin Maguire, they kicked off the tour in Athlone last night to a great […]

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EPIC Bloomsday activities

Both Margaret Mc Auliffe and David Fennelly will be performing in a Joyce-themed event this Bloomsday 16th June, they will be doing some readings from Joyce’s emigration-themed work for EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum at CHQ (Custom House Quarter). There is a reading at 11am and there will be another at 3pm, performing a few extracts from Dubliners, […]

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“David Fennelly’s Joe has a sweet innocence”

Following from the hugely successful run in the Project and subsequent tour, Eoin Kilkenny’s production of This Lime Tree Bower is back! The show opens in the Viking Theatre, Clontarf this evening and features Castaway member David Fennelly. Tickets available by texting the number on the webpage attached and then paying on the door. Best of […]

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David Fennelly returns with “Mavericks” in Bewley’s Cafe Theatre this January.

David Fennelly will be performing in a Bewleys Cafe Theatre lunchtime show from the 26th Jan to the 14th Feb. Details can be found on: http://www.bewleyscafetheatre.com/events/mavericks “Grimes, who plays Chewy, and David Fennelly who plays Ben, have such good stage presence and discipline that you sit there and suffer with them through all the impossible dreams” […]

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David Fennelly and Lisa Walsh performing in ‘Advocacy’ by Shaun Dunne and Talking Shop Ensemble

As part of Tiger Dublin Fringe, Lisa Walsh and David Fennelly are running all week in Advocacy by Shaun Dunne and Talking Shop Ensemble (Lisa’s Theatre Company). Project Arts Centre – Space Upstairs at 9.15 nightly until September 13th. For more details visit www.fringefest.com/advocacy

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