Anthony organised the LOL!

We were very proud to learn our very own Anthony Kinahan was part of the team who organised the highly successful Laugh Out Louth, Louth’s 1st ever Comedy Festival raising awareness of mental health in Louth through Comedy, which was held Oct 13th – 15th. All profits went to the Drogheda Branch of the Samaritans. Big names […]

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Niamh is no Dummy!

Tonight is the last night of MORB’s sensationally macabre production of ‘Dummy‘ for Dublin Fringe 2017, written by Peter Dunne and starring our very own Niamh Mc Grath! Get your tickets quick for the show The Irish Times called a ‘psychological comedy…with unsettling depths‘ Best of luck for your final night Niamh! <3 Castaway Dummy http://www.fringefest.com/festival/whats-on/dummy […]

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Paul is No. 1

Paul Curley has been busy working/exploring the southern hemisphere again. THIS time, he’s in Sydney to reprise his role in Kilkenny’s own, Barnstorm Theatre Company‘s smash hit The Bockety World of Henry & Bucket a kids’ show the Irish Times referred to as **** ‘a delight…perfectly pitched…pristine…ingenious…’ Topping Ella’s List for Best Kids Shows in Sydney this […]

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Tiernan knows How To Be Angry

It’s nearly push time for Tiernan Kearns (pictured) as rehearsals are wrapping up towards first preview for Brazen Tales Productions‘ How to be Angry at Smock Alley Theatre for Dublin Fringe Festival ’17. This show kicks off next Tuesday 19th September and runs till Saturday 23rd, it starts at 6:30 and runs for 55mins. Tickets? […]

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Kane and able ;-)

We’re extremely proud to announce the new appointment of member Gemma Kane to Castaway Actors’ Agency. Gemma is a recent graduate from the Gaiety School of Acting’s 2 year full-time professional acting course where she shone in all her end of year performances including manifesto, showcase and grad play. We’re looking forward to seeing what […]

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Christiane is Fringing it!

Christiane is busy Fringing this year, she previewed with It’s Getting Harder and Harder for Me last night to a great reception! She is playing the part of the neurotic Alex, in a wonderful three hander telling the story of three women in Belfast. Written by Alice Malseed and Sarah Baxter, it plays the Boys’ School, […]

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Helen Roche is no Eejit…

We’re delighted and super proud of the wonderful Helen Roche who is currently performing in DoItYerself’s production of Beryl and Eejit at Theatre Upstairs. This… ‘darkly comic look at the lives of two older ladies whiling away their latter years in the claustrophobic world of gardening and domesticity. ‘ …opened last Tuesday is it going down […]

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“Noni Stapleton is a marvel…”

…but sure we knew that! Noni has opened Charolais in 59E59 and has already begun to steal their hearts delivering an “evening that both delights and surprises”, first review is in from Talkin Broadway, full version available here:  http://www.talkinbroadway.com/page/ob/8_31_17.html Well done Noni! Keep flying that flag, we’re super proud <3 Castaway

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From The Axis to NYC!

Well, our Noni had an engaging and warm reception at The Gap Arts Festival in Gorey, Co. Wexford two weeks ago as more happy audiences enjoyed her gorgeous show, Charolais…but the fun doesn’t stop there! We told you we had news and are now proud to announce that Fishamble: The New Play Company are to produce ‘Charolais’ for […]

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Badger to take (him in hand) Kin-a-han

Anthony is back working for the fantastic Quintessence Theatre Company on their next theatrical extravaganza. Anthony plays Mr. Toad and the show kicks off on Thursday! More info below… Best of luck Anthony! <3 Castaway Quintessence Theatre and An Táin Arts Centre return to Anaverna House in Ravensdale for another magical promenade show with ‘The Wind in the Willows’! 🐸 🐀 🍃 […]

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