Ahead of our live stream tomorrow (Sunday 5th) night, have a browse of the show programme from ‘Roast’. This show was staged in 2015 and again in 2016 by huge demand in the Theatre Royal by Ignite Productions. 2015 – Show Programme – ‘Roast’
It’s hard to find anything from Avenue Q that isn’t going to offend somebody – but this is one that won’t for sure – unless you’re offended by quality vocals! Richie Hayes, Vicki Graham and Leon Sheehan in a great trio from Avenue Q way back in 2013!
Nothing like a pack of mad nuns on the stage to celebrate Easter Week in style – that’s exactly what Vicki Graham’s merry troupe from Ignite Productions did in 2015. Here is ‘Raise Your Voice’ from the production with Trishauna Archer playing the lead part of Delores.
Avenue Q is a show that divides people – you either find it hilarious or offensive – or both in equal measure. This was the choice of Ignite Productions in 2013. Here’s a video of the Opening Sequence – ‘Sucks To Be Me’ and ‘What would you do with aContinue Reading
Back a short hop today to 2017 and Ignite Productions were once again producing an original piece of theatre that was challenging. This time it was the recent Broadway / London Lin Manuel Miranda masterpiece ‘In The Heights’. 2017 – In The Heights – Show Programme
Back to 2012 tonight and some more class video from the lens of Colin Shanahan of Digicol media. It’s the intro sequence and some clips from ‘The Sound Of Music’ all over the live recording of ‘Doe A Deer’ as performed by the cast with Gabrielle Holden on main vocalContinue Reading
Back in 2012 Ignite Productions (then known as the Waterford Glee Club) performed Cats with a largely junior cast in an award winning production directed by Vicki Graham. Here’s a flavour of it – the opening number ‘Jellicle Songs for Jellicle Cats’.
Avenue Q is a strange beast of a show – some find it hilarious, some find it – frankly quite offensive. Here are 3 promos that were made at the time (2013) to promote Avenue Q featuring Bill Stafford, Trish Orpen, Ciara Larkin and Alanna O’Neill… offensive or hilarious –Continue Reading