Hi all, just a reminder we are up and running with our weekly online workshops via Zoom to keep us creative during this time. Details below and email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Hi Everyone, I hope you are all keeping very safe and well in these strange times we find ourselves in. Most of all I hope you are staying at home and following all of the important guidelines around Covid_19. Wash those hands! The more we do to keep peoples safe, the sooner we will beContinue reading “A Little Message”
The dust is only beginning to settle after the run of our sell out co-production with Talking Shop Ensemble at Dublin Fringe Festival 2019. Making a Mark, was our most ambitious piece of work to date and scooped four award nominations at the Dublin Fringe Festival Awards including Best Production and mBest Performer (Mark Smith)Continue reading “Making our Mark on 2019!”
We want to put a smile on people’s faces during this worrying time. So we have decided to launch the an online edition of our creative writing project FAKE NEWS for you to enjoy. In 2019 we collaborated with Choices Day Programme at St John of God Community Services (Liffey Region) to develop a writingContinue reading “An Online Exclusive: FAKE NEWS”
It’s hard to know where to begin. 2019 has already been our busiest year to date and there is a LOT more to come. We will keep it brief! We kicked off the year with 3 performances of Singing for Survival on the Draiocht mainstage and we are only now just about recovering. Huge congratsContinue reading “Summer News”
You can read all about our upcoming production ‘Singing for Survival’ in this recent piece from The Journal.ie https://www.thejournal.ie/singing-for-survival-4388597-Dec2018/ Tickets on sale now, and moving fast!
It’s been a VERY busy 2018 at Run of the Mill, so busy in fact I have neglected our little blog here. There’s been a lot happening so I promise I will try to cram it all in. First up; June 2018 saw a very talented group of actors from Crossroads and Seasons Day programmeContinue reading “Singing for Survival, Culture Clubbers and Making our Mark….”
It’s been a busy start to 2018 for us here and Run of the Mill and we thought it high time we update you on the comings and goings! Mark Smith, Artist in Residence, Axis Ballymun We kicked off the year with some incredibly exciting news- our very own Mark Smith (known to many asContinue reading “2018 News- Mark Smith AXIS Residency, Home Alone, and more…”
O Oh how we love a good musical at Run of the Mill Theatre! Come and join us at The Rydell Day Service for this year’s big community production at The Celbridge GAA Club on May 31st 2017 at 8pm and we promise to have you dancing in the aisles. Tickets are a steal atContinue reading “Grease is the Word…”