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1805, 2019

Two Stones One Bird

Two Stones One Bird

Tour 2019-2020
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for Secondary and High school learners

This time, Mike must investigate the (very) suspicious death of Dublin’s national treasure, the famous Irish actor and rising Hollywood star Simon O’Donoghue. But, be careful now, appearances can be deceiving… or not!

1805, 2019

Big Trouble in Little Barna

Big Trouble in Little Barna

Tour 2019-2020
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

A story about Rina, a young Irish girl who dreams about being a Kung Fu master and who finds herself in a whirlwind adventure!
Will Rina be able to defeat the evil Big Sue and save the village? Of course she will! But, at what price?

1805, 2018

No Balcony

No Balcony

Tour 2018-2019
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for Secondary and High school learners

In the old Liberties’ neighbourhoods prejudice and blood lines are the rulers. So when Sean and Saorla fall in love everything is changed. Dublin is about to witness their very own Romeo and Juliet story.

1805, 2018

Number XXXII

Number XXXII

Tour 2018-2019
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

In the beginning the People of the Water lived in opulence and prosperity. King Aigo, Number XXXI, was their gardian and in charge of the order of things. So when King Aigo dies and his daughter Princess Aqua disappears, who will become Number XXXII?

1805, 2017

On my Way

On my Way

Tour 2017-2018
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for Secondary and High school learners

Billie is young. Billie has passed all her exams. Billie will go to a top school once the summer is over. It’s now or never to leave Dublin and travel around Ireland. This summer is the moment where Billie will be able to embark on new adventures, to widen her horizons, to find new people and maybe even to find herself.

1805, 2017

The Four Wishes

The Four Wishes

Tour 2017-2018
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

A penniless boy, very much in love with his girlfriend, wants to offer her a special present. Instead of offering her a ring, a necklace or even a very expensive pen, he has no choice, because of his empty wallet, to buy her something different: a teapot. But not just any teapot! Oh no, this teapot possesses magical powers and grants them four of their most desired wishes. And it works! With each wish the two young friends are dragged into a new swirling adventure… They will experience it all, from fame to wealth… But, will this make them happier?

1805, 2016

On the Docks

On the Docks

Tour 2016-2017
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for Secondary and High school learners

A new case awaits Superintendent Michael O’Neill. Mike has had to take a trip to Tory Island, a tiny island to the north of Donegal, to say his final goodbyes to his Uncle Jason, who has been lost at sea. What should be an emotional family reunion with his Aunt Bridget and cousin Ultan will quickly turn into an exciting adventure!

1805, 2016

Glendalough Mystery

Glendalough Mystery

Tour 2016-2017
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

Glendalough, its valley, its lake, its forest, its unique hotel and its graveyard. A typically Irish village and a calm place to spend a dream summer. But that’s not really young Felix’s style. He had other plans for his summer rather than being stuck inside his Uncle Basil’s hotel surrounded by old age pensioners.

Thankfully, something is coming that is going to shake up Felix’s holiday.

1805, 2015

Sisters

Sisters

Tour 2015-2016
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for older Secondary and High school learners

Emma and Jenna are two sisters. The youngest, Emma, is a dreamer, an artist, an actress, she wants to live differently, by her own rules… simply live her life. The oldest, Jenna, has her feet firmly on the ground, a job and a well-defined career path. But life has other plans… and Jenna will live Emma’s dream.

1805, 2015

For Sale

For Sale

Tour 2015-2016
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

Ballymun is a northern suburb of Dublin. It is here in this bubbling district that lies “The House”, a theatre school lead by the talented and flamboyant Aileen McSomething… The school is a haven of creativity for the youth of the neighbourhood. Sadly, this brilliant institution is threatened with closure… but Ms McSomething and her students won’t go down without a fight.

1805, 2014

Connemara Burning

Connemara Burning

Tour 2014-2015
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for older Secondary and High school learners

He is back: the one, the only, the incomparable Michael O’Neil! This time, the superintendent will be at the disposal of the Irish Secret Service (so secret in fact, that nobody has ever heard about it!) His mission: stop a power-thirsty international corporation hell-bent on ruining Connemara National Park.
Prepare yourself for laughter and tears; blood and ketchup; pints of Guinness and out-of-date sandwiches; and a giant transgenic chicken in CONNEMARA BURNING..

1805, 2014

King Viking

King Viking

Tour 2014-2015
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

Join King Viking in his action-packed and hilarious journey as he is pursued by the press, the police and the public. Even President Barack Obama wants to see him! There will be blood, sweat and tears. There will be swords and battle. Prepare for an adventure with crazy characters, sing-along songs and too much laughter!

1805, 2013

Zero to Hero

Zero to Hero

Tour 2013-2014
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

He is strong, he is fast, he is a superhero and on top of that he is awesome, he is Captain Awesome…Well, actually, that’s the way he sees himself… With Zero to Hero, be ready for a whirlwind of crazy adventure where the good guys are not always the ones you think, and where the villains are not always that bad!

1805, 2012

Panic in Trinity College

Panic in Trinity College

Tour 2012-2013
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for Secondary and High school learners

Trinity College Dublin has a crisis. The Music Professor has been kidnapped… The questions of their final exams have been stolen… They need help… They need a hero… They need the one, the only Michael O’Neill… International Super-Detective!

1805, 2012

The Four Wishes

The Four Wishes

Tour 2012-2013
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

A penniless boy, very much in love with his girlfriend, wants to offer her a special present. Instead of offering her a ring, a necklace or even a very expensive pen, he has no choice, because of his empty wallet to buy her something different; a tea pot that possesses magical powers and grants them four of their most desired wishes. And it works! With each wish the two young friends are dragged into a new swirling adventure … They will experience it all, from fame to wealth … Will this…

1805, 2012

Dear Modernity

Dear Modernity

Tour 2011-2012
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for Secondary and High school learners

Three young secondary school graduates, before starting their university, are faced with the realization of our technology dependent planet: telephone, computer, etc.. But will they have enough common sense to find a balance, despite the pressures that they will face? This will certainly not be easy.

1805, 2011

The Big Challenge

The Big Challenge

Tour 2011-2012
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

Seamus McFly, a teacher in a remote village on the west coast of Ireland, for obscure administrative reasons, is being transferred to a school in Dublin, the distant capital. Poor Seamus, as soon as he arrives in his new school, he will meet the mischievous Meany sisters and their simpleton cousin. Despite the fact that Seamus feels able to overcome any obstacle, he will be tested by the terrible twosome.

1805, 2010

One stone, two birds

One stone, two birds

Tour 2010-2011
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for Secondary and High school learners

The clear-sighted Inspector Michael O’Neill has been called to the scene of a terrible crime in Dalkey in the wealthy suburbs of Dublin. The famous Irish actor Simon O’Donoghue has been found dead in the garden of a villa with two bullets in the stomach. The inspector immediately starts his investigation and what he will discover will be quite surprising, but will he be able to find the culprit?

1805, 2010

It’s the bitter bitten

It’s the bitter bitten

Tour 2010-2011
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

This is the story of a drama school in Dublin, the Cobblestones Theatre School, which must close its doors due to lack of funding. In Ireland, miracles still exist, and in this case an almost sympathetic Minister of Culture and Education arrives, which may offer a great subvention to the school if he is pleased with it. The school principal, along with her talented teachers, will do everything within her limited resources to persuade the minister to leave the school open.

1805, 2009

The Musical

The Musical

Tour 2009-2010
For pupils aged 15 to 115
Suitable for older Secondary and High school school learners

Two friends sing every Friday night in a club. Their friend Derek, is also a singer but is seriously lacking in self-confidence. Then Derek believes that he has found the answer to his lack of confidence. But will the others help him out? Or will they have to, against their better judgement, when a twist of fate makes them realize that they need his help?

1805, 2009

The Job of your dream

The Job of your dream

Tour 2009-2010
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

Three people from very different walks of life apply to a mysterious interview, who promises the successful applicants a career that involves adventure, excitement and acquiring more money than they ever dreamed of. But there is a snag! They will not be told the exact nature of the job until they have obtained it. What is the job? Who will get it? How will they fare?

1705, 2008

The Lucky Charm

The Lucky Charm

Tour 2008-2009
For pupils aged 11 to 14
Suitable for older Primary and younger Secondary school learners

A young man has a few minutes to spare before meeting his girlfriend (sa petite amie) so he goes into a shop to buy her a present (un cadeau).  At first he looks at watches (des montres en or et en argent), but they are too expensive (trop cher). Next he considers some nice pens (les stylos) in all sorts of colours and then he changes his attention to hats (les chapeaux). Nothing pleases him until the shop assistant tells him that there is a very special present but it is a big secret (un grand secret) and he doesn’t know if it is for sale or not. After much persuasion the shop assistant produces a lucky charm (un porte-bonheur) which he claims is magic (magique). If you make a wish (faire un souhait) your wish will come true. At first the shop assistant wants a huge price – 300(trois cents) Euro but the young man bargains him down and leaves with the “porte-bonheur”.

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Our plays have been specially created for pupils learning English as a foreign language. The actors speak clearly and the plays are written to include a lot of repetition to make it easy for students to understand what is happening.

For each show we create a few small roles for students to perform. There are also other moments of interaction during the play that the whole audience can take part in. Language level isn’t a block for students to participate.

Each workshop is an exploration led by native English-speaking actors and fuelled by the dynamics of the group: exploration is encouraged, the language barrier is broken and everything becomes a reason to play and to improvise. Pure fun!

YES, ENGLISH CAN BE FUN!

Contact us

Christine Beziat
Tour Coordinator
info@eitc.fr

+32(0)489 90 81 45

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