At Large is very excited to be launching a new series of workshops run by professional facilitators. This is a brilliant opportunity to learn from some of the best and most experienced theatre makers in Ireland.
Workshops will run from October to August and are open to all members of At Large. Membership costs just €25 per month. We are at capacity at the moment but do have a couple drop in slots available each month for €50. To book one of these slots please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A psychological drama set in a non-descript room and the main character (Melody) has been held captive and abused for some time. To the outside world her captor (Clockwork) is a normal everyday person, a really nice outgoing guy, the type of person you'd be happy to introduce to your family. Alls not what it seems, in private, Clockwork calls himself Daddy and he likes to play with his personal living toy. The piece is set at a point in time where Melody has had enough and without warning decides its her time to survive.
Set in a courtroom in the midst of a murder trial, this play explores the idea that a perpetrator can dictate the narrative of a crime and distort the memory and voice of the victim and there is very little anyone can do about it. In this case however, we get the unique opportunity to hear both sides. A woman sits at the prosecution bench staring intently at the accused. The woman is the victim in question and she will be heard!
A surreal comedy about life in a firm of futurologists. Features a set constructed almost entirely from cardboard.