Archive for July, 2010
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
We’re looking for a volunteer to support our community outreach programme Bright Soul.
Bright Soul is a long standing Outreach project for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities who want to engage in quality arts practise as well as have a social outlet. The programme runs every Monday evening from February 16th, 2015.
This is [...]
Wednesday, November 26th, 2014
We’re delighted to announce that Sanctuary travels to Dublin for shows at Dublin’s Liberty Hall Theatre to mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities on Wednesday, 3rd December. There will be two showings – a matinee and evening performance – followed by an evening show on Thursday 4th December.
This two day [...]
Monday, October 13th, 2014
“Without doubt it is the most important stage kiss in Irish theatrical history.” – Newstalk.
We’re delighted to announce that Sanctuary returns for one night only on the main stage of Galway’s Town Hall Theatre on Monday 24th November. Written by Christian O’Reilly and directed by Petal Pilley, this bittersweet comedy explores sex, disability and what happens in rare [...]
Monday, September 15th, 2014
Our director Petal Pilley took home a major national award at this years’ Allianz Business to Arts Awards held at the National Concert Hall last week. Nominated by Blue Teapot, Petal was awarded the prestigious Jim McNaughton / TileStyle €10,000 Artist’s Bursary which honours an individual artist. The bursary gives Petal the opportunity to evolve [...]
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014
iD is about to open shortly in the Galway International Arts Festival on Wednesday 16th July. Devised by the company in collaboration with director Scott Williams and dramaturge Gavin Kostick, the show poses the central question “Who do you think I am?” and explores how people with intellectual disability experience the world.
Scott Williams of [...]
Tuesday, June 10th, 2014
In May 2012, we started the process of creating our critically acclaimed theatre production Sanctuary with Christian O’Reilly. At the time, we couldn’t have conceived the wider impact the show would have, not only on theatre goers and viewers nationwide (via RTÉ 1 TV documentary Somebody To Love), but on the game changers within Irish [...]
Thursday, May 15th, 2014
To keep the momentum going in the final days of our Fund it campaign (ending Monday May 19th at 11am), we are THRILLED to announce that the Salthill Rotary Club will be matching all Fund it donations after the €10,000 mark! This means any donation funders make after we reach €10,000. Rotary will match that [...]
Thursday, May 8th, 2014
When the Blue Teapot Theatre Company announced its recent fundraising campaign a group of local chefs came together with a novel way to help the company reach its target.
Jessica Murphy, owner and head chef at Kai Café and Restaurant, together with Michelin star-winning Enda McEvoy of LOAM will curate a special culinary event on Friday [...]
Friday, April 25th, 2014
We’re launching a Fund it campaign to raise €12,000 in 21 days through www.fundIt.ie, an Irish crowd funding website, THIS MONDAY April 28th. It’s to support our new show iD premiering to the world in the Galway Arts Festival this year.
21 days to raise €12,000 – 1/3 of our total budget.
What could be easier?! (Well, [...]
Thursday, April 10th, 2014
Salthill Rotary has picked us as April’s charity for the small change BIG IMPACT donation point located on the prom at the famous Kick-the-wall spot at Blackrock. The Salthill Rotary Club has been actively engaged in projects for the benefit of the local community since 1986.
We’re thrilled that we’ve been chosen as [...]