Run of the Mill Theatre was founded in 2014 by theatre artist and teacher Aisling Byrne after six years working with artists and arts participants with intellectual disabilities across St. John of Gods Community Services (Liffey Region). Run of the Mill strives to provide opportunities for people with extra support needs to engage with the theatre arts as makers, artists and participants.
We make theatre, we provide education and training, run workshops and events, support collaborations and strive for greater visibility in the wider community for artists with intellectual disabilities.
Recent work includes:
Memory Lane, Celbridge Manor Hotel, Dec, 2017
Grease is the Word! Celbridge GAA Club, May 2017
Reason in Madness, Draiocht Blanchardstown, Nov 2016
The Plough and the Stars, Celbridge Manor Hotel, Dec 2016 as part of the 1916 Commemorations programme, Kildare.
Downtown! The Movie, in collaboration with Horizons Day Programme, 2016
The Plough and the Rising. A Symposium (in collaboration with Choices Day Programme and Kildare Decade of Commemorations, April 2016)
Tomorrow Didn’t Come (Run of The Mill Theatre Company, Oct 2015, The Mill Community Centre in Celbridge, kindly supported by Kildare County Council)
Gogglebox! (in collaboration with Crossroads and Seasons Day Service, July 2015, Celbridge Manor Hotel)
Mamma Mia! (in collaboration with Pathways Day Service, May 2015. Celbridge GAA Club)