As these are brand new shows, we are having our designer make posters for them at present. These will be available very shortly
A brand new play, written by Carlton Bunce. The importance of this subject is becoming clearer and clearer in the news each and every day. Carlton Bunce was born in Wales but has been working in German theatre for more than 30 years and last year appeared in the BBC production of ‘Under The Milk Wood’ which was selected as the British Entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards. He offers his view on the world as it has formed socially. His handling of the subject promises to spark debate among people as he tends not to hold back on his hard beliefs on how the world works today. Done in the Wilde Shamrock way, it is one not to be missed.
The submarine. The first successful submarine was built by the American military but was originally designed by a man named J.P. Holland. Indeed, anyone who has ever travelled to New York City may have driven through the J.P. Holland tunnel celebrating the man. But did you know that J.P. Holland was Irish? The Unknown Irish look at a series of Irish people that people may not have known were Irish. Inventors, poets, musicians and of course writers. We take a fun look at the works like Dracula, Gullivers Travels and the Chronicles of Narnia. A celebration of genius done the WSTT way.
We have introduced a new show aimed at the youngest students who are at the very beginning of their journey with the English language. Studies have shown the benefit of exposing children as early as possible to a new language which helps them develop in their formative years. Incorporating song, dance, Irish language and Irish accents as well as an introduction to some Irish literature, the experience is designed to make the students walk away happy and give a boost to their confidence after listening to an hour of English.