3rd September 2012

The Space Programme 2008

With the close of the inaugural SPACE Programme, The Performance Corporation is delighted to share with you just some of the creativity, dynamism, and exuberance that […]
3rd September 2012

Lizzie Lavelle and the Vanishing of Emlyclough

by Tom Swift Directed by Jo Mangan First Presented at Carne Golf Links, Belmullet, Co. Mayo July 2007 This bi-lingual (English/Irish) play was staged in a […]
3rd September 2012

The Nose

by Tom Swift Directed by Jo Mangan   First Presented at Project Arts Centre, November 2008     It is really hard to get ahead without […]
3rd September 2012

Power Point

by Tom Swift Directed by Jo Mangan First Presented at Absolut Fringe The Camden Court Hotel, September 2009 “PANIC is the NUMBER ONE tool for SUCCESS […]
3rd September 2012

Slattery’s Sago Saga

Tim Hartigan enjoys a quiet life as general dogsbody of Poguemahone Hall. But his peaceful existence has been shattered by the arrival of a Scotch woman […]
31st August 2012

Skulduggery and Generosity in the Emerald City by Tom Swift

We’re back in Washington DC. Yes that’s right, that place: The world’s centre of excellence for political skullduggery (see The West Wing/Veep/CNN), a town once upon a time dubbed America’s “murder capital”, a city boasting summers so sizzling hot that you could fry an egg on the sidewalk (if you had an egg), and a place noted as having “the charm of the north and the efficiency of the south” (Pres. John F Kennedy).
23rd May 2012

London, Clore and Changing the World!

Our Artistic Director Jo Mangan writes about her experience as a Clore fellow on the prestigious leadership programme in the UK I think it is about […]
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