February is a crazy busy month for Firedoor Theatre with three big shows over the next couple of weeks! In addition to our showcase of new work UNCUT, we have two shows in the Scene + Heard Festival, Dog Boy and New Year’s Sea.

Dog Boy

February 13th + 14th at 7.45pm in Smock Alley Theatre

“Dearest Mr Glass, terribly sorry to bother you, but my daughter Henrietta has lost her mind. She’s living in the woods, dressing bizarrely, and keeps ranting about someone called Dog Boy?”

Dog Boy is a surreal dark comedy following Henrietta Rabbitte and Eddy Glass, lost souls brought together when the young woman’s strange obsession starts to take on a life of its own.

More info and tickets: https://www.facebook.com/events/2084285761641195/


February 21st – 23rd in The Pearse Centre,? Pearse Street
Doors at 7.30pm, Show at 8pm

Firedoor Theatre are proud to announce the return of UNCUT for 2019, our vibrant showcase of short plays, performances, and monologues.

A host of all new writing covering a range of styles and genres, this is a unique chance to experience a raw and varied night of theatre, and to see what the talented folks at Firedoor have been cooking up so far in 2019!

More info:?https://www.facebook.com/events/1227517504070602/



New Year’s Sea

February 26th – 27th at 6.30pm?in Smock Alley Theatre

Rabecca is thrown into a sea of chaos when she reads the eviction letter. Headlong into the drink, her mind wrestles with itself against the cold undertow. A devised physical theatre piece, developed at the FRINGE LAB with the support Dublin Fringe Festival and showcased as part of the Scene and Heard festival. Inspired by swimming at the Dun Laoghaire Forty Foot, New Year?s Sea weaves together elements of text, movement, music and multimedia to preset a lyrical stage image of one woman?s battle with the unknown.

More info and tickets:?https://www.facebook.com/events/233638817559078/