Award-winning Sugarglass Theatre returns to Dublin and the Samuel Beckett Theatre with its New York City-premiere production of David Greig’s critically lauded play, Outlying Islands.
Based on true events, David Greig’s poetic, intense and gripping Outlying Islands is a tale of breath-taking beauty and poignancy packed with moments of pure comedy and mystery.
All Hell Lay Beneath
This is a party like no other. Come join us in ‘The Magic Theatre’ for the Irish Time’s Cultural highlight of 2012.
Attempts On Her Life
Sugarglass collaborate with Anne Bogart’s Columbia Directing Program to produce Martin Crimp’s enigmatic play.
Besieged attempts to stage an obsessive state of mind and a peculiarly contemporary form of loneliness – isolation in a metropolis. Straddling theatre and performance, this almost wordless piece is a collaboration between actors, dancers and designers.
Sugarglass Theatre present four Beckett plays in one evening of theatre. Commissioned by the President of Ireland for International Human Rights Day.
Five Minutes Later
Five Minutes Later explores what it means to try and create a live connection with an ‘other’, in a hyperconnected world where self-curated, virtual profiles are the starting point for most networking.
In 2013 Sugarglass were invited to create and realise the Design for Science Gallery’s flagship summer exhibition.
In “Lapse”, designed by Sugarglass, Shane Gillen explores the fragility of memory and the science of remembering by looking at his own history.
Sugarglass, collaborate with Columbia Stages, to present The Seagull in a new version by Christopher Hampton based on a literal translation by Vera Liber
Sugarglass Theatre present the Irish premiere of Philip Ridley’s Tender Napalm on the main stage of Project Arts Centre, Dublin.