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Since its award nominated debut run with Absolut Fringe, Three Men Talking About Things They Kinda Know About has sold out shows in Kinsale, Project Arts Centre Dublin, and Bristol. Now, our brilliantly received short play with the long name is back this October for a final whistle-stop tour that will hit London, Kildare, Waterford, Dublin and Wicklow. Don’t miss your last chance to see the show, which will include hometown shows for both Stephen (Tallaght) and Kalle (Waterford). Please spread the word to any fans of theatre & poetry in those places and please pick up tickets as soon as possible to show your support. We would love to close out the tour with warm, friendly, full houses!
TICKETS FOR DUBLIN SHOW AVAILABLE HERE
(INCLUDES POST-SHOW Q & A)
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A great interview with all three of us where we discuss life, the writing process, friendship and much much more. Really enjoyable interview, take a listen. Our thanks to Cathal, Jack and the Radiomade.ie gang!
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Please spread the word to any fans of poetry, theatre and spoken word that you know in Waterford. Feel free to share this post widely. It would mean a great deal to Kalle to get a full house for the show.
Tickets are now available at the link below. Please support the arts & independent artists by picking up a ticket today. Go on, do it!
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: 2013, CIVIC THEATRE, colm keegan, kalle ryan, poem, poet, poetry, poets, red line book festival, spoken word, stephen james smith, theatre, three men talking about things they kinda know about, tickets
Our last ever performance of Three Men Talking About Things They Kinda About will be staged as part of this year’s Red Line Book Festival in the Civic Theatre in Tallaght. We are truly honoured to be a part of this fantastic festival and it is especially exciting, as it is a hometown return for Stephen James Smith. On the night there will also be a rare post-show Q&A where you will get to hear insights into the writing process, performance poetry, writing for theatre and who makes the best cups of tea!
It will be the biggest space we will have performed in to date and it promises to be a really special night, so please consider picking up a ticket in advance to show your support (available at link below)
And spread the word to any theatre, poetry or spoken word fans you might know. This is the closing chapter on a remarkable journey we have all been on. We look forward to seeing you there
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Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: colm keegan, ireland, irish tour, kalle ryan, poetry, riverbank arts centre, stephen james smith, theatre, three men talking about things they kinda know about, whats on
The tour for Three Men Talking About Things They Kinda Know About continues! We are proud to announce our upcoming date in the delightful Riverbank Arts Centre in Kildare on October 10th. Tickets are selling very fast. As you know, every other performance of the show has been sold out, so grab a ticket now while you still can. We are really excited to bring the show to a new audience. Let all the poetry fans in your life know about it!
Filed under: Announcement | Tags: colm keegan, dublin, dublin writers festival, events, kalle ryan, poem, poet, poetry, poets, spoken word, stephen james smith, three men talking about things they kinda know about, tickets, whats on
We are delighted to announce that Kalle, Stephen and Colm will be performing excerpts from Three Men Talking About Things They Kinda Know About, as well as some of their most popular poems at a special show in this year’s Dublin Writer’s Festival. The show will take place in The Clarence Hotel (ooooh posh) on May 23rd and doors are at a fashionably late 9.15pm. More info here.