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A unique brand of drama and theatre work for young people

Since 1984 Graffiti Theatre Company has provided a unique brand of excellence in drama and theatre work for young people.

True to its original aims of educating through a vibrant theatre event framed and extended by top-quality educational materials the company has provided almost 100 productions to young people from early childhood to young adult.


Recent Productions

An Garraíodóir

By Mike Kenny

Tá deirfiúirín nua ag Joe, agus níl éinne ag iarraidh súgradh leis anois. Níl éinne ag iarraidh súgradh le hUncail Harry ach oiread agus mar sin tosnaíonn an bheirt acu ag obair ar gháirdín Uncail Harry. Cé nach bhfuil cuimhne mhaith ag Uncail Harry ar an gnáthrud, cruthaíonn sé féin agus Joe bliain gur fiú cuimhneamh uirthi.

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An Garraíodóir

The Gardener

By Mike Kenny

The Gardener is a delightful production, from the award-winning playwright Mike Kenny, about remembering, forgetting and getting old. This gentle piece is specifically designed for 6 to 8 year olds, their parents, grandparents and carers!

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The Gardner

Generation Revolution

By Raymond Scannell

Graffiti Theatre Company is delighted to announce details of their specially commissioned production Generation Revolution - Raymond Scannell’s new, exciting and provocative play. Generation Revolution is a quirky take on rebellion, inheritance and identity. It is where magic realism and history blend.

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After Dark

By Mike Kenny

By moonlight the children listen to the sounds from the fairground. What if they went to explore? What if they solved the mystery behind the Ghost Train? What if they found out more than they bargained for...?

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HOODS

By Angela Betzien

Two ‘Hoods’ ride the train each night to a wrecking yard on the outskirts of the city. Here in this cemetery of stories they are storytellers as they leap from one imaginary car wreck to another, acting out each vehicle's final moments with the power to fast-forward, pause and rewind.

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