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Both Citizenship and Tusk Tusk run throughout the festival from Monday July 12 to Saturday 24 (excluding Sundays ).
GALWAY YOUTH Theatre has consistently impressed at the Galway Arts Festival over the past number of years, so there should be plenty of interest in its two productions for this year Polly Stenham Tusk Tusk and Mark Ravenhill Citizenship.
Citizenship begins at 1pm daily at Nuns Island Theatre. Audiences for Tusk Tusk assemble at 5.15pm Converse Winter Boots Sale
Telegraph eminent critic Charles Spencer hailed it as of the most astonishing debuts he had seen in 30 years of play reviewing. The play received the 2007 Best New Play Theatrical Management Award and Critics Circle Most Promising New Playwright Award.
Galway Youth Theatre's artsfest double bill
had a chat with Liam parents first because this isn like casting someone in Wizard of Oz as there are some dark themes, but they were keen for Liam to be involved. It going really well so far, he matching the two teenagers who are played by Josie Carlin and Joe Hanson Shearer. second festival offering is from another celebrated English playwright, Mark Ravenhill.
is a very funny play about a young boy trying to come to terms with his sexuality, Flynn explains. had a dream where he can see who he kissing and he can decide whether Converse All Star High Tops Pink he gay Converse Shoes Size 6.5
basic storyline is that the play is set in an apartment in London, explains Tusk Tusk director Andrew Flynn. a 16 year old boy, his 15 year old sister, and seven year old brother who are home alone, there are no parents present.
play starts quite light and funny as they enjoy their freedom but as it goes on you start to realise they not capable of looking after themselves. The teenage boy in particular, who thinks he mature, isn capable of looking after a seven year old. It full of twists and turns and is really well written. went to considerable lengths to find the right actor to play Tusk Tusk seven year old.
Tusk Tusk, first staged last year, again at the Royal Court, confirmed the immense promise shown by Stenham debut and it garnered further enthusiastic reviews. GYT production has the distinction of being the play Irish premiere and it is being given a site specific staging in a Merchants Road apartment.
was a challenge finding someone to play the youngest brother, he acknowledges. found this kid called Liam Lawton who fantastic. I held a series of workshops in the Bunscoil in Colaiste Iognaid, I saw about 60 kids in all and whittled it down from there.
each day at Bar 8 on the Docks and are then brought to the apartment where the play is performed. Early booking is advisable as numbers are limited.
or not. It a funny, edgy, and sharp exploration of a 17 year old trying to come to terms with his identity. The play was originally commissioned by the National Theatre as part of their Connections programme. is directed by Niall Cleary and features a cast of 14, including Phelim O as the central character, Tom, Katie Stewart, Ailbhe Harding, and Niamh Thornton.
Polly Stenham exploded onto the English theatre scene in 2007 with her award winning debut play, That Face, written when she was just 19, which premiered at the Royal Court.
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