Tag Archives: The Depot Theatre

August 01

Carrie: The Musical – Fresh perspective as the lifeblood of theatre. (Theatre Review)

Carrie: The Musical Louis Ellis Productions and The Depot Theatre 25 July – 4 August. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Rebeccalynne Photography For Louis Ellis Productions, this production of Carrie:The Musical is primarily about bullying, and as director Hayden Tonazzi states in his Program notes, the ‘cost of being yourself.’ Carrie the outsider, Carrie […]

August 01

Mum, Me and the IED – Lisa chats with James Balian and Roger Vickery. (Theatre Interview)

Mum, Me and the IED is showing at The Depot Theatre August 15 – September 1. You can grab your tickets here. The Depot Theatre has played host to some of the best emerging theatre of the last few years, so much so that it has established itself as a haven for independent productions seeking a space […]

August 01

Mum, Me and the IED – Lisa chats with Kevin Jackson. (Theatre interview)

Mum, Me and the IED is showing at The Depot Theatre August 15 – September 1. You can grab your tickets here. The Depot Theatre has played host to some of the best emerging theatre of the last few years, so much so that it has established itself as a haven for independent productions seeking […]

March 19

Merrily We Roll Along – Sondheim’s Franklin Shepard lives in each of us. (Theatre Review)

Merrily We Roll Along Little Triangle Theatre Company at The Depot Theatre 7-24 March. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley The story Merrily We Roll Along, first written by George S Kaufman in 1934 then transformed to the musical we know and love today by George Furth and Stephen Sondheim is a […]

February 22

According To Otto – Everything hinges on a moment. (Theatre Review)

According to Otto The Depot Theatre 14 – 24 Feb. You can grab your tickets here. For Otto, a sixteen-year-old ready to come out as being gay, life is defined as, ‘that which could be different has not yet begun.[1]’Otto’s unspoken fear is that his life will become a tomb of time, never changing, only […]

November 12

Violent Extremism and Other Adult Party Games – Lisa chats with Richie Black (Theatre Interview)

Violent Extremism and Other Party Games is on at The Depot Theatre from 15 – 25 November. You can grab your tickets here. The Depot theatre have had a great 2017 and that run looks set to continue with their latest collaboration with Ain’t It Fun Theatre Productions, Violent Extremism and Other Adult Party Games. […]

October 27

The Big Meal – Dan Lefranc and the immutable family. (Theatre Review)

The Big Meal The Depot Theatre 185 October – 4 November You can grab your tickets here. Images: Katy Green Loughrey According to Alain Badiou, Truth is closely connected to Events. Truth is a particular set of statements and narratives originally set off by an Event, and subsequently committed to it. Therefore, Truth is always […]

October 03

The Winter’s Tale – Sean O’Riordan and the often missed joy of Shakespere. (Theatre review)

The Winter’s Tale Secret House Productions at The Depot Theatre. 278 Septyember to 7 October. You can grab your tickets here.  Images: Liam O’Keefe A key phrase in The Winter’s Tale emerges when Leontes states “All’s true that is mistrusted.” This then forms the basis of themes for The Winter’s Tale, written at a time […]

August 27

Modern Jesus – Christopher Neels and Hegel’s destructive reason. (Theatre Review)

Modern Jesus Fledging Theatre Company and The Depot Theatre 23 August – 2 September 2017 You can grab your tickets through Depot Theatre here or Tickets Tonight here. Imagery: Liam O’Keefe The correlational dichotomy between words and deeds is an ancient theoretical problem as old as history itself. It was thought that Alexander the Great decided […]

July 31

Technicolor Life – Theatre as an enormity. (Theatre Review)

Technicolor Life The Depot Theatre 26 July – 12 August. You can grab tickets through Tickets Tonight here.  Images by Katy green Loughrey It was Theorodre Adorno who stated “ The coming extinction of art is pre-figured in the increasing impossibility of representing historical events.” The lamentation of intellectual discourse that everything has already been […]