The Quare Land | Seamus O'Rourke | Big Guerilla Productions

The Quare Land

The Quare Land Moth Productions present The Quare Land by John McManus starring Seamus O’Rourke and Shane Carroll on a nationwide tour. Synopsis The last thing ninety-year-old bachelor farmer Hugh Pugh expects, as he takes his first bath in four years, is a visitor. But here he is Rob McNulty, a stressed-out developer looking to […]

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Stalemate | Seamus O'Rourke | Big Guerilla Productions


Stalemate Seamus O’Rourke takes to the boards at the Backstage Theatre Longford, in a cast of four in his brand new, jaw-droppingly funny comedy play Stalemate that is bound to leave audiences shouting for more.  Synopsis Rookie criminals Mary Donlon and Marcus Sheridan hold the docile barman Paddy English at gunpoint…It’s four in the morning

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For Club and County | Seamus O'Rourke | Big Guerilla Productions

For Club and County

For Club & County A Moth Production in association with the GAA Social Initiative and ASAP Programme – For Club & County by Seamus O’Rourke stars Tommy Sharkey, Karina Charles & Shane O’Connor.  Synopsis Now just because Arthur Polanski is the spit of Ritchie Brown, Tanaree’s dual football and hurling star. And just because Arthur

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Ride On! | Seamus O'Rourke | Big Guerilla Productions

Ride On!

Ride On! Livin’ Dred Theatre Company in asso­ci­a­tion with NOMAD, under the masterful hand of director Padraic McIntyre, bring back one of the most enjoyable productions of 2012. Synopsis Five mem­bers of the Drumkar­ren Honda club are sit­ting in an old shed in Co. Cavan ready to embark on a Honda 50 bike ride. It’s

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The Pitch | Seamus O'Rourke | Big Guerilla Productions

The Pitch

The Pitch Philly lived and played for his team, the jersey, the parish, his friends − the very pitch his enemies are now trying to take from him to turn into a housing estate. Like Philoctetes abandoned by his comrades as they go off to fight the Trojan War, Philly is tormented by painful memories

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