Productions site building in progress


Search, a site-specific mask performance at dlr LexIcon library for Culture Night, as part of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown’s public art programme, was commissioned by dlr In 2019.

The Blanch

Grotesque bouffon comedy about shopping, toured to 12 Irish venues in 2010/11 with support from The Arts Council. It was first performed at Draíocht, Blanchardstown November 2008. Commissioned by Fingal County Council it was based on observations at the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre. It also performed in Dublin Fringe Festival September 09 at Filmbase, Temple Bar, and Axis,Ballymun and was nominated for the best actor award.

‘fast, fun, frantic, vaguely menacing and all quite mad.’    Irish Theatre Magazine(4 Stars)

‘..clowns that have to be very, very good to be this bad.’      Irish Times (4 Stars)

‘..a very funny look at a familiar activity which it won't be easy to look at in the same way again.’

(4 Stars) Irish Examiner  


a mask play about the effects of the economic crash on one household (2012)

'Pigeon is a play with masks, without words, but with a clear, satirical narrative for the times we live in…..The action is restlessly committed to a perpetual, mesmerising rhythm, played out in a compulsive nervy frenzy…a piece that is both riveting and unnerving.'

 Irish Theatre Magazine 31 May 2012

Funded by the Arts Council, co-produced with Mermaid Arts Centre, devised by Ciarán Taylor music by Steve Wickham, Mischa O’Mahony and Jack Cawley.

Pierott 2000's


Wexford Firestation Tour


Ar Chúl an Tí

2018. Site-specific perfromance in old Tallaght Village for Blian na Gaeilge, South Dublin Creative Ireland programme.

Ferry Tales


Two for Dinner for Two

2006-2007 Irish and international tour. Commissioned by Dublin City Council under per cent for art programme.

The Flood multi-sensory play in the dark

2017. Irish Tour funded by the Arts Council

In Search of the Fianna / Ar Thóir na Féinne

2018. Part of Rock to the Top year-long participatory project for In Context 4 -South Dublin County Public Art Programme.

Rock to the Top

2017-2018. Rock to the Top year-long participatory project for In Context 4 -South Dublin County Public Art Programme.