29 Mar – 1 Apr | 7:30pm | Boys’ School
DIRECTED BY LIAM HALLIGAN
Ibsen’s play is a picaresque tale about the amiable rogue Peer Gynt.
This version by Frank McGuinness, re-makes it into a work as valid for contemporary audiences as when it was written in 1867.
Inchicore College is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of its Theatre Performance course this year. Over that time its aim has been to provide the highest standards of training in all the disciplines required for a career in the Performing Arts.
Inchicore College offers a one year QQI Level 5 Theatre Performance Course, as well as a two year Advanced Performance Course. The Advanced course offers a full QQI Level 6 award delivered over two years. It also offers Trinity College London Grade 8 award in Speech and Drama and Musical Theatre in year one, and ATCL Diplomas in both Speech and Drama and Musical Theatre in year two.
For the past 3 years the Advanced Performance students have been delighted to present their graduate production in Smock Alley’s Boys’ School in front of industry professionals.
Past productions include The Dining Room, Once A Catholic and The Grapes of Wrath, directed by Mark Lambert. Loveplay The Stone, I Do Not Like Thee Dr Fell, One for Sorrow, Bad Sunday and Stags and Hens directed by Bairbre Ni Chaoimh. April Bright by Dermot Bolger directed by Paul Brennan.