As we move towards hosting our first public events, we will update you on all the activity happening at the Civic each month. In August we welcomed more artists back into the building to play and experiment, supported 2 shows on the road in outdoor settings, made the RTE news AND announced our first Autumn LIVE event as part of Dublin Theatre Festival.
Here are some August Highlights:
Our Tenderfoot series of meet the student blogs continues.
Delighted to see AboutFACE Theatre Company our Theatre Co. in Residence in the house today!
Filming Continues for The Civic’s #21stories series of films from local patrons and friends.
Camp Blonde the Performance is Broadcast from the Civic Website!
Anna Newell’s work in partnership with The Civic is featured on RTE news.
Tenderfoot Summer Intensive comes to an end and some fantastic new writing is developed.
The Death of Pablo, The Civic’s first event announced for Autumn! This show is presented by Ali Hardiman as part of Dublin Theatre Festival, 2020.
Anna Newell’s 3 Week tour of ‘Sing Me To The Sea- The Dry Land Version’ takes place in gardens all across Leinster. The show for children with Complex needs is a partnership with The Civic, Riverbank Arts and Mermaid.
Cinema at The Civic continues every Sunday.
Over 60 children, from Early Years settings got to experience BigKidLittleKid the ‘Popup Play Version’ across Tallaght from 5 – 7 August.
Anna Newell and her team rehearse in The Civic for 3 days of The Pop-Up Play version of ‘BigKidLittleKid’, a commission as part of ‘Ready, Steady, SHOW! 2020
‘Songs Of Change’, a participatory Arts Project led by Veronica Coburn continues and we got to know more of the particpants in our Blog.
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Digital Hackathon takes place at The Civic as part of Ready, Steady, SHOW! The Civic’s festival for young audiences.
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