Welcome to Ten-Past-Ten Theatre!
Ten-Past-Ten is the Speakeasy Session’s drama slot. TPT is a reserved space, the last of the eight, 15-minute slots at each of our spoken word events, held specially for drama or spoken word performance. See below to book.
Short plays, monologues, scenes, experimental theatre – solo performances, troupes, groups, theatre collectives – all are welcome.
How does it work?
Props will need to be light and portable to be taken on-stage, just prior to performance.
See pictures below. Platform or ‘End On’ type stage. No curtain, access is via free-standing step-ladder. Stage dimensions 12’ wide at the widest point, 8’6” deep.
If access is a consideration, there is also a small space in front of the stage at floor level, suitable for a space-restricted performance.
Limited lighting and sound facilities.
Large projector screen at back of stage.
The Speakeasy Sessions take place on the last Tuesday of each month. 8.00pm.
The Tanyard, Main Street, Skibbereen
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BOOK YOUR SLOT
To be considered for a slot, please email email@example.com – ideally a minimum of three weeks before the event at which you would like to perform, to be sure you’re included in our advertising.
Publicity begins two weeks before each event via facebook advertising. Participants are asked to help promote their performance by sharing as much as possible on social media, by word-of-mouth etc.
AT TEN-PAST-TEN THEATRE
Frank Connolly reads from A Conspiracy of Lies
Frank will perform a scene from his new novel, reading the part of Joe. Sharing the stage with Frank will be Molly O’Halloran who will read passages from the character of Angie. November 26th. A Conspiracy of Lies Frank Connolly April 2019 Three big bangs shook Dublin in May 1974. Angie and Joe meet in […]
Three Men in a Boat: Minnow Productions 29/10/19
“Three Men In A Boat” by Jerome K. Jerome Adapted by Ethan Dillon Directed by Mags Keohane November 21st to 30th (excluding Sunday 24th) @ 8pm PREVIEWS: 19th and 20th November @ 8pm BOOK HERE Three young men, or I should say young but old enough to know better men, take a break from their […]