I had the absolute honour of being invited to Des and Monas house this weekend gone to sit down and record some of his memories of days gone by. There is an absolute treasure trove – Des is such a gentle and humble man. I was wondering where to startContinue Reading

Back in the day (as they say) the Stella Maris produced several Gilbert and Sullivan Operettas – H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance, The Gondoliers and The Mikado to name but a few. Here is a show programme from ‘The Gondoliers’ and an image of some of the cast inContinue Reading

1991 saw Red Kettle producing another Jim Nolan play – this time ‘Moonshine’. Jim Nolan plays are always red letter dates in Waterford Theatre history. Have a browse of the programme below. 1991 – Moonshine – Red Kettle – Show Programme  

Today it’s just a short rewind to last September and ‘The Kings Of The Kilburn High Road’ which was staged in Garter Lane by the David Hennessy Musical and Dramatic Society. Here is a photo gallery taken by the superb Colin Shanahan of Digicol Photography.   The photo gallery isContinue Reading

So – there could only be one update for Christmas – the Bilberry Goats Nativity – which I’ve seen a dozen times and still has me weak with the laughing every time. Enjoy, and I hope you all have a fantastic Christmas.

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

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