- 31st Dec
- All Day Event
- Droichead Arts Centre
DROICHEAD ARTS CENTRE SUPPORTING ART AND ARTISTS IN THE NORTH EAST REGION.
As per our Strategy 2022 – 2026, creating a compelling programme of work that supports artists and nurtures audiences is at the heart of who we are and what we do. It is why we exist. To put arts at the heart of peoples’ lives. We want to create an ecology which nurtures art and artists, and which makes the production and presentation of high-quality work available. We do this by providing a suite of artist development supports including residency programmes, artists in association, awards and bursaries, partnerships, commissions, opportunities to showcase work through productions and co-productions, and solo and group exhibitions.
In 2022 we announced Red Bear Productions as one of our associate artists, and we are delighted that the company will work with us over 2023. Writer/director Tracy Martin and actor Aoibhéann McCann lead this innovative company which presents dynamic theatre & film, telling unique stories of the human experience In association with Droichead Arts Centre, Red Bear will develop and present a number of projects and productions over 2022/23. Supported by The Arts Council.
Once in a Lifetime by Tracy Martin
Premiered in November 2022, the explosive story of four women who face drastic decisions that will affect the rest of their lives.
In Your Own Time | a pilot outreach initiative online Aug - Dec 2022
Building on from Droichead's successful Theatre Club, Red Bear will extend their reach further into the community to bring theatre productions online to groups who may find it difficult to access shows. If you are part of a group that would like to watch world class theatre productions from your home please do get in touch with coordinator Sinead Keogh here
Coast | the film | 2023
A co-production with Alfonso Films, Coast the feature film will begin filming this year in County Louth. The theatre production, of this story garnered incredible reviews and full houses at Dublin Fringe in 2016. The screenplay adaptation will continue to follow four protagonists whose lives collide on the beach of a run down holiday town.
Gallows Humour by Tracy Martin | Droichead Presents New Drama | 1 Jul | Time TBC
An experimental jump into GALLOWS HUMOUR an uplifting dance show looking at how humour can get us through the darkest of times.
Supported by Project Arts Centre and Droichead Arts Centre. Funded by Arts Council Project Funding and Droichead.
For more information on the company check out their
website at https://www.redbearcompany.ie/