From Youth Theatre to the Silver Screen
Published: 15th September 2014
Members of Offaly Youth Theatre Tullamore got together for a fun photo shoot last week to announce their return this autumn
Jamie Nolan was fresh from the Tullamore premier of A Nightingale Falling where he earned his first feature film role (announcing the end of the Irish Civil War, no less!) and has also been offered a part in TADS upcoming production of Marina Carr’s A Giant Blue Hand, which will tour Offaly as part of Hullabaloo Children’s Arts Festival next month.
Maura Cunningham who is the Youth Arts Coordinator with Offaly County Council, said “ I remember hearing Sam Keeley speak to members of Offaly Youth Theatre a year or two ago and saying ‘I wish there was a Youth Theatre in Offaly when I was growing up’, so it’s great to see that our members are already bringing their skills to film and theatre and that they have someone like Sam to look up to locally”.
Offaly Youth Theatre is for ages 14 – 20
Edenderry STARTS Wed 24 Sept, 7-9pm in Edenderry Youth Café (Facilitator : Martina McCormack);
Birr STARTS Fri 26 Sept, 7-9pm in St Brendan’s School (Facilitator: Macdara Deery)
Tullamore STARTS Tues 23 Sept, 6-8pm in the Central Hotel (Facilitator : Angela Ryan).
Cost is €50 for 12 weeks. Contact 057 9357400 - or email Maura on email@example.com for more information.
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