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Replay Theatre Company


  • Description

    Replay Theatre Company: making adventures for younger audiences since 1988

    At Replay, we make innovative, quality work for everyone under the age of 19. That means, for all ages (tiny babies right through to teenagers) and for all groups (children with profound disabilities, schools and families) Our audience is at the heart of everything we create. We shape each show through creative consultation with the intended audience, and those who live and work with them. And from what our audience tells us, the end result is shows which really work. We tour locally, nationally and internationally – taking shows to venues from Belfast to Broadway and lots of places in between.

  • Address

    East Belfast Network Centre, 55 Templemore Avenue,Belfast,Co. Antrim,BT5 4FP






    + 44 (0) 28 9045 4562

    Chief Executive

    Brian T. Mullan

    Artistic Director

    Janice Kernoghan

    Operations Manager

    Hayley McBride

    Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator

    Andrew Stanford

New Irish Plays Produced By Replay Theatre Company

Play Title Playwright
All Being Well Damian Gorman
Bathtime Maria Connolly
Blood Lines John McClelland
Citizen Vincent Higgins
Comet John McCann (2)
Dome Sweet Dome John McClelland
Don't Look Down Marie Jones (1)
Flaming Fables Mary McNally
Forging Ahead John McClelland
Ground Control to Davy Mental Damian Gorman
Hiring Days Marie Jones (1)
It's a Waste of Time, Tracey Marie Jones (1)
Little Lou Tells a Story Sarah FitzGibbon
Love Sarah Argent Lowell A. Siff

Adapted from Love by Lowell A. Siff, illustrated by Gian Berto Vanni.

Meg's Head Kareen Pennefather
Mickey and Lionel Vicky Ireland
Permanent Deadweight John P Rooney
The play and post-performance workshop were devised in conjunction with the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland.
Plasticine Tina Patrick J. O'Reilly
Shalom Belfast! Rebecca Bartlett
Sinking Gary Mitchell
Smelly Won't Behave! Paul Boyd (2)
Sometimes Damian Gorman
The play was originally scripted by Damian Gorman, further developed prior to rehearsals by Janice Jarvis (Director), Jane Linz Roberts (Designer) and groups of young people and during rehearsals by Janice Jarvis and the cast. The play also features a piece, 'That Door ', written by Olwen Elliott, Collegiate School, Enniskillen, which is taken from ‘Our Lives’, a book of writing by Enniskillen school students, produced in a collaboration between Fermanagh District Council, Damian Gorman (An Crann/The Tree) and Enniskillen Town Vision.
Squinty & the Scotch Giant John P Rooney
Stones Damian Gorman
That Driving Ambition Gary Mitchell
The Azoo Story Brenda Winter
This play was devised by members of the NICOD Training Centre, Balmoral in conjunction with Replay Theatre Company and was scripted by Brenda Winter.
The Battle for Morrigan's Mound Brenda Winter
The Cow, the Ship and the Indian Marie Jones (1)
The Great I Am Brenda Winter
This play was devised by members of the NICOD Training Centre, Balmoral in conjunction with Replay Theatre Company and was scripted by Brenda Winter.
The Little Wee Martian Brenda Winter
The Millies Nicola McCartney
The School Underneath Kareen Pennefather
Under Napoleon's Nose Marie Jones (1)
A programme note for the original production states that this play is based on documentary material which accumulated in stages. Jim McConville wrote his memories of the 1941 Belfast Blitz; these were written up by historian and teacher Jonathan Bardon and Henry Bell into a documentary entertainment for students. In turn, playwright Marie Jones completed 'what began as an ad hoc documentary into a polished and tautly written dramatic piece' for performance by actors.
You Choose Grant Corr
Yours, Truly Marie Jones (1)