Well done to all involved in Killing Grandad, which enjoyed sold out nights in the first week before Covid-19 began to dawn on us all.
The show was a satirical comedy that almost became ironic, as the run finished just in time to close the doors for the health and safety of Grandparents everywhere.
“A highly enjoyable encounter of the mini-epic kind”
“Kevin McMahon’s Lugh is a sunny golden boy and Michael Judd is a twinkling crafty negotiator.”
“Gerard Lee directs with a clear eye, emphasising that the play is primarily a homage to storytelling.”
“Rowena Cunningham‘s costume ..deftly evoke traditional Celtic imagery”
– Katy Hayes, Irish Independent.
The New Theatre team would also like to extend our best wishes and solidarity to our Artists, our audiences, our funders, and all in the theatre community in these difficult times.
Stay strong, stay creative, stay safe.
Nobody knows when we’ll be back live, but we will be – that’s for certain, and we look forward to seeing you then.
Please watch our social media closely as we are about to launch a new online programme shortly
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