Sri Lanka, Week 1: “Your death is not in your hands… ”

Due South

Welcome to my first weekly blog post on my residency in Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka. Since this is the first of six weekly posts, I will begin with a quick introduction to the residency and my work. Be warned, this is a ridiculously long post. To paraphrase the old adage, I'd have written a shorter post but …

A short note on The Abbey #wakingthefeminists #wakingthenation

I have something to say

I'm not online much over here in Sri Lanka but it's bloody brilliant to see so much passion about the Abbey. The National Theatre my eye. It hoovers up over 50% of the Arts Council's annual theatre budget but when has it created a piece of theatre that really inspired and challenged? Never in my …

Dates for ARTIST SCIENTIST PRIEST at GTF 2015

ARTIST SCIENTIST PRIEST

The full programme for GTF 2015 has been announced at a launch last night at Electric Garden.  You can see the programme and buy your tickets at the GTF site at http://galwaytheatrefestival.com/programme.  The details for ASP are: ARTIST SCIENTIST PRIEST a 24-hour play by John Rogers Galway Theatre Festival 2015 Nuns Island Theatre May 2nd at …

ARTIST SCIENTIST PRIEST at Galway Theatre Festival

GTF 2015

I am delighted to announce that ARTIST SCIENTIST PRIEST will be part of this year's Galway Theatre Festival in May.  Full details will be made available in the coming weeks (keep an eye out here on johnrogerstheatre.com and on Twitter and Facebook).  But right now you can see the full line-up for this year's GTF at …

The funders of ARTIST SCIENTIST PRIEST

A huge thanks to ARTIST SCIENTIST PRIEST funders: Claire-Louise Bennett Thomas Brady Maria Caswell Michael Chang Cormac Crossan Mike & Sue Fahy Derek Hunter Denis Looby Fiachra Mac Fhloinn Ellen McCabe Ionia Ní Chróinín Máiréad Ní Chróinín Trish Nyland Maria Rogers Patrick Rogers Maura Walsh Take a bow all of you and know that I …