Following the successful rehearsed reading of SUMMERTIME at the Pick ‘n’ Mix Festival in June, Tinderbox will be presenting a full production of David Ireland‘s gripping new play at The MAC in November 2013.
4 brand new 10 minute plays by
4 up-and-coming writing talents.
Join us for an evening of topical, witty and thought provoking short dramas at the MAC
Monday 11th November, 7 pm at the MAC Upstairs
Tickets are free but limited so please book in advance by phoning: (028) 9043 93 13
or e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more details about the writers and the plays, click on this post.
The Tinderbox Writers Lab 2013 is a collaboration with the Sonic Arts Research Centre at Queens University. This Lab will bring together four writers and a team of sonic artists under the guidance of Justin Yang and Hanna Slattne to explore how dramatic narratives can be told through the unique facilities at SARC. The four writers that will explore how to create a soundbased and visceral experience for their audience are Colin Bell, Mick Duke, Rosemary Jenkinson and Jimmy McAleavey and it all kicks of in the middle of May.
Please note new submissions guidelines as of June 2012
Last month Tinderbox and the Children’s Law Centre staged Opening Doors at the MAC attended by Northern Ireland Education minister John O’Dowd.
The second year of Tinderbox’s youth theatre programme Revolution has got under way with youth groups from across Belfast and North Down. Last year’s Revolution saw the performance of RJ’s Leaving Day in the Grand Opera House and The Long Gallery in Stormont.
This year Groups including the Frank Gillen Centre, The Foster Carers Association and Holywood AEP are devising new scripts and performing them in a showcase later in the spring.
Click on the post for more information.