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One Act Festival


Date :  Friday 6 Oct, Saturday 7 Oct & Sunday 8 Oct   Time: 8pm  Admission: €10 per night / €18 for two nights / €25 all three nights


The Courthouse Arts Centre is delighted to be hosting its second One Act Drama Festival. A feast for all theatre goers and an opportunity to see some of the groups featured in the All Ireland One-Act festival 2017. For further details on groups taking part visit our Website www.courthousearts.ie closer to the dates.



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Pulled by   Devious Theatre Company 

Date: Saturday 21st October   Time: 8:30pm  Admission: €14/€12 conc

Pulled is an uncompromising, utterly hilarious new comedy about female sexuality and the social media generation from one of the most exciting and authentic new voices in Irish theatre.

Meet Amanda and Michelle as they retrace their drink-fuelled steps from the night before through a trail of Twitter, Facebook and selfies, and tackle such existential questions as How did I end uphere? Do I need the morning after pill? Hungover, emotional and gloriously unapologetic, these two man-eating young wans strut their stuff in front of their imagined audience on social media, in a performance that pushes buttons and boundaries … until Michelle finds herself maybe-possibly-probably in need of the morning after pill, and they’re reminded that there’s a price to be paid.

Pulled marks a major new collaboration between the two South East based companies, Central Arts of Waterford, and Devious Theatre, of Kilkenny.

“A sharp commentary on contour-culture, Pulled is brave and funny – totes amazeballs in fact.” Cara O’Doherty, the Kilkenny Reporter

“O.M.G. Like WOW! Amazzzzzzzzzing!” Pat McEvoy, Waterford News & Star

“Shamefully real! Frighteningly real!” Liam Murphy, Munster Express

“Niamh Moroney has again given us an insight into the lives of the millennial generation.” John Cleere, Kilkenny People


Or Phone: 00353 402 38529 or email