Tag: Liam O’Brien

Drinking in America in Dolan’s Bar

Drinking in America in Dolan’s Bar

| September 1, 2017

WHAT do you get when you bind Bottom Dog’s Liam O’Brien, American director Patrick J Byrnes and musician Stephen Ryan of Windings for a controversial play by Eric Bogosian? Explosive material, set in and reflective of the USA today. O’Brien is on a roll in  his sequence of 12 parts, each a credible facet of […]

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Foodie fundraiser with The Cookbook and crooner Liam O’Brien

Foodie fundraiser with The Cookbook and crooner Liam O’Brien

| March 23, 2017

PUBLISHED to raise funds for Limerick cancer charities, The Cookbook’s unique mix of recipes and storytelling is now listed for two international awards. Furthermore, its producer Alice O’Farrell and her daughter, Louise Tsang of Limerick Post, are taking The Cookbook on tour locally for an entertaining, food-rich series of events at restaurants that contributed recipes […]

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Animal Farm staged to challenge today’s politics in Britain

Animal Farm staged to challenge today’s politics in Britain

| July 30, 2016

LIMERICK Youth Theatre is celebrating its 20th anniversary next year. For the first time LYT is staging its big summer production in association with a professional theatre company for the summer of 2016. Bottom Dog was made Cultural Ambassador for Limerick last year at a ceremony in County Hall chambers. Now three of its wise […]

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Bottom Dog actress nominated for top award

Bottom Dog actress nominated for top award

| January 15, 2014

AN ACTRESS with Limerick theatre company Bottom Dog Theatre saw her work recognised with a nomination for a prestigious national award this week. Joanne Ryan was shortlisted for the leading actress category in the Irish Times Theatre Awards for her performance in the title role in ‘What Happened Bridgie Cleary’, which Bottom Dog Theatre ran […]

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