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We’re just over a week away from the opening of Shifting here at the Arts Office and the promo wagon is surely picking up speed. Last night we launched the trailer for Shifting (watch the video above). It was filmed here at the Arts Office and features a vocal performance by Jess Walsh (playing Anna) and Geoff Warner-Clayton on guitar / uke (playing David). The track is an arrangement of Morrissey’s I Know Very Well How I Got My Name.

All things going well, if you tune into Martin Bridgeman on KCLR 96FM on Saturday night you might even get to hear a radio version of the track.

Tickets are available for Shifting here at the Arts Office. You can call Niamh to make a reservation on 056-7794138 or drop during the day to pick up tickets in person. For students, youth groups and younger folk, we’re offering a special €5 ticket for Monday 18th only with tickets Tuesday 19th to Saturday 23rd priced €10. Tickets are limited to 70 per night so given how Scratcher went at No 76 you’d do well to get your tickets sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment!

Enjoy the video!

If you can’t call in in person prior to the opening of Shifting, don’t forget that you can get your tickets online via http://tickets.devioustheatre.com. Tickets booked online incur a €1 booking fee. Tickets for Monday night’s performance are only available to buy in person.

Scratcher continues this week, running until Saturday at 76 John Street. If there are two things you must do this week it’s this. Vote, and go see Scratcher, though not necessarily in that order.

With love,

DTC.

So, while we work on transforming No 76 from a gallery space to a functioning theatre, we’ve come up with the above video, filmed in and around the Arts Office to promote Scratcher. The show opens tomorrow night at 8pm with doors open from 7pm. There are a selection of tickets still available for the opening night of the show which can be purchased online at tickets.devioustheatre.com, in person at the Arts Office any time today or tomorrow or on the door from 7:30pm tomorrow night.

Please note that the show does contain strong language throughout and also contains a strobe lighting sequence.

Bring on tomorrow 🙂

One of the good things about developing a production in residency is that you get to develop it with an eye for touring. For too long, we’ve been looking for a theatrical production that we can take on the road. Yes, we could bring Heart Shaped Vinyl to any bar or cafe in the country. We’ve still got the set for Accidental Death Of An Anarchist on ice. But, for the first time ever, and in technicolour, we’ll be bringing Scratcher to Dublin as part of The Theatre Machine Turns You On: Vol II, a festival of new theatre at the Project Arts Centre in Dublin on Thursday February 17th.

We’re there for one night only, kicking off at 7pm and tickets can be bought via ProjectArtsCentre.ie.

Scratcher is being developed at No. 76 as part of our In The Future When All’s Well residency which runs until June of this year. The show opens in Kilkenny on Tuesday February 22nd and physical tickets are on sale at the Arts Office from this week. Those of you with PayPal accounts or preferring to pay by credit card can order tickets online here.

If you’re living in or near Dublin, we’d love you to come along to see the show. It’s time this theatre company spread its wings and Dublin, we’ve got you in our sites.

DTC.

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The aim and focus of the Art Residency at No. 76 is to enable the successful applicant to research and develop their practice. Other aims of the residency are to: give insights into how and why artists create their work, build relationships and further promote the Arts, provide an awareness and further appreciation of the Arts, cultivate and develop new audiences. The Kilkenny Arts Office is part of ArtLinks.ie

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