Fresh Drama in the Big Smoke
Firedoor Theatre was established in 2013 by a small gang of actors, writers, and directors looking to bring fresh and accessible theatre and workshops to Dublin City. Since then the group has morphed and grown but still sticks to this core principal.
Drama Workshops & Theatre Shows in Dublin
We run weekly acting workshops focusing on creating a fun and inclusive environment and developing a wide range of performance skills. We also run directing workshops from time to time and provide opportunities for writers to have new works read and performed.
Firedoor also works to produce a variety of shows and plays, with a particular interest in contemporary and original works.
Our weekly workshops take place every Wednesday from 7 pm to 9 pm at The Lab studios on Foley Street in Dublin. During the pandemic physical workshops have been suspended but we hope to restore them once the restrictions are lifted.
The Lab on Foley Street
Join Brian Quinn’s Workshop. Click for more details.
Uncut June 2022 Gallery
Our Uncut Photo and Video Gallery from our showcase of plays at Teachers’ Club Parnell Street Dublin.
NearFM Radio Interview
We are on air! Listen to Firedoor Committee member Marta Callava talk about how Firedoor started, the ethos of the ensemble and their yearly Uncut – a showcase of short pieces written by the members.
Uncut 2022 – Back on Again
The Uncut 2022 is back on again. Join us at the Teacher’s Club from Wednesday 13th June to Saturday 16th June inclusive. Tickets available on EventBrite
Workshops at Firedoor Theatre
Wed 31st Aug 2022 @ 7.30pm
We will be doing a virtual playreading (on zoom) of Brian Quinns play OII. (Othello II) on the 31st August @ 7.30pm.
This is a modern take on Shakespeare’s Othello with all the characterisation, heroes, villains, scheming and planning that was in the original. In this version, a theatre company is travelling and performing “Othello” and are planning a 3 month tour of Greece, Turkey and Cyprus. Ken never gets the best parts, Michael Cassidy has the lead part, (Othello), in the play and Ken is plotting against him and Oliver, the Artistic Director, who has the main villain (Iago), because he keeps getting overlooked . Add in Desiree (Desdemona) who may or may not be having relations with a member of the company, Roger who is in love with Desiree, Mr Barry who isn’t happy about his daughter’s possible de-flowerment, Emily, Roger and Mr Duke and a cast of thousands (theoretically) and we have everything needed* for some hubble, bubble, toil and trouble!
We are looking to pre-cast some of the roles for the play reading so if you are interested please let us know and we can send you the script. Other roles will be cast on the night. If you are interested in attending and / or playing a character Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Acting Workshop with Rory Dignam
Commencing: Monday 5th September 2022
Dates: September 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Acting Workshop by Peter O’Byrne
- Block of 4 sessions
- Starts: 10th of November & then 17th, 24th, & 1st of Dec
- Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Peter can teach us about a special challenging form of Improv: Long-form Improv!
Secure your place by emailing email@example.com and let us know how you wish to pay. We will send you the bank details if requested.
Please note, it is not possible to join the course after the first workshop and if a session is missed there are no refunds. We will be following all the Covid guidelines of the location eg wearing a mask in public areas and these will be confirmed and communicated before the 1st session.
We will be doing a Christmas Workshop.
Dublin City Centre
Duration: 2 hr
Our last workshop of the year is open to everyone! We will have fun drama games and will work on some little scenes. Come and meet us, it’s only a fiver, no strings attached. Maybe you’ll come for more in 2022 😉
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further info as there are limited spaces available. Thanks!