Little Red Kettle is a youth-based theatre company that services Waterford City and County with it’s inclusive, interactive and educational programmes, through the medium of theatre and drama. Established in the ’80s the company has gone from strength to strength and has a long-standing relationship within the community. The programmeContinue Reading

Alec and Ben premiered their opera ‘Bust’ in Garter Lane during the 2013 Harvest Festival. Bust  – Show Programme

The Tramore Schools consisted of Tramore C.B.S. and Stella Maris Secondary school. Starting off with traditional shows such as Fiddler and South Pacific, their ground breaking production came with ‘Whistle Down The Wind’ in 1996 – a then unknown and rarely produced gem. For more click below. 1996 – Whistle DownContinue Reading

Bowler Hat grew out of the idea of Liam Butler and Michael Power to establish a theatre company to perform non mainstream theatre in Waterford city and the wider South East region. In a few short years they produced Assassins and Sweeney Todd as well as I Love you, You’reContinue Reading

Waterford Youth Arts are one of the longest-running Youth Theatre groups in Waterford City who do much more than just a production every year. Workshops, training and film production is all part of their yearly remit. For more – click below. 2014 – The Crucible – Show Programme 1997 –Continue Reading

Garter Lane Arts Centre is not only a venue, but it has been producing quality theatre in Waterford for over 30 years. Click below for more. 2016 – Johnny I Hardly Knew Ya – Show Programme 2014 – Dreamland – Audio Reviews and reactions 2013 – On The Razzle –Continue Reading

The Theatre Royal has presented several productions since the most renovation which re-opened in 2009 to its current layout. 2017 – A Taste Of Beckett 2016 – A Moon For The Misbegotten – Show Programme 2011 – The Gods Are Angry Miss Kerr – Show Brochure 2011 – The GodsContinue Reading

The David Hennessy Stage School started in 2006 in St. Johns College in Waterford before moving to its custom built premises which boasts the biggest rehearsal floor in Waterford. In that time countless productions have graced the stage of Garter Lane, and many performers who are household names now inContinue Reading

The Mayors Variety Show took place in 1981 in aid of the Waterford Lions Club. For more click below. The Mayors Gala Variety Show – Show Programme

The Heineken Variety Festival was organised as a welcome stop gap to fill the void in Waterford left by John Player tops during a year when there was no Waterford Competitors in the Competition. For more click below.   The Heineken Variety Festival – Show Programme  

The Why Not Theatre Company was a predecessor of the Waterford Variety Club under the direction of Michael Grant. In 1995 they produced a show for the ‘Topless’ years – see below for more!   The Flying Pigs Ball – Show Programme  

Here is the show programme from Paul Barry’s 2013 adaptation of ‘The Birdman of Alcatraz’ in Garter Lane 2013 – The Birdman of Alcatraz – Show Brochure

Crooked Lane Productions was the predecessor to TheatreBox productions. Only producing one play ‘Rewind’ Crooked Lane existed only for 2013. Rewind Workshop – Show Programme Rewind The Play – Show Programme

Billy McCathy featured the stunning win by the South Eastern Theatre Group on Deise AM, May 13th 2012. Also joining him is Liam Murphy of the Munster Express.

The South Eastern Theatre Group staged the Irish amateur premier of ‘Miss Saigon’. This documentary follows it from script to stage and examines the behind the scenes talk areas that we so seldom see and hear. Produced and edited by Wayne Brown, Narration by Nichola Beresford – it was firstContinue Reading

This is the specially made program celebrating the 50th year of the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera.  Produced and edited by Wayne Brown, narrated by Jamie Beamish it was first broadcast on WLRFM in 2011.

This is the 4 part history of the John Player Tops, first broadcast on WLRFM in October / November 2008. Produced and edited by Wayne Brown with Narration by Jim Nolan it covers 30 years of one of Ireland’s most beloved theatrical competitions that started in Waterford all those yearsContinue Reading