29, 30 Oct
Cashel Arts Festival
Riverbank Arts Centre, Kildare
Ramor Theatre, Cavan
Linenhall Arts Centre, Co Mayo
Project Arts Centre, Dublin
5 GAA Clubs in Dublin
Belfast International Arts Festival
An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk
The Everyman, Cork
5 GAA Clubs in Cork
Timmy plays hurling, the fastest field sport in the world. He loves it. He hates it. Honest, brave and hard hitting. Spliced is a visceral account of his struggle to become an individual outside of the sporting institution that raised him. He wants to talk about identity, masculinity and mental health in a sports club.
Timmy Creed is an actor, writer & theatre-maker from Cork. SPLICED is his debut in writing for the stage and has toured to several Irish arts festivals and schools. SPLICED will have its UK premier at Edinburgh Fringe this summer and will undertake a national tour of the four provinces in Oct/Nov. Screen credits include, Vikings (History Channel), Maze (Mammoth Films), An Klondike (Abú Media), Scúp (BBC NI), My Brothers (Treasure Entertainment) and short films Animal & Trust (Pic du Jer Productions). Recent theatre credits include Lovers (Everyman Palace), An Triail (O’ Reilly Theatre), Looking For Work (Project Arts Centre).
Gina Moxley is an actor, writer and director. Recent performances include The Patient Gloria (with Abbey Theatre at Dublin Theatre Festival and Traverse Theatre ,Edinburgh in August 2019), Futureproof (Cork Midsummer), Adler and Gibb (Tim Crouch and Royal Court), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Abbey Theatre), The Seagull (Pan Pan) and LIPPY (Dead Centre). Her theatre plays include The Patient Gloria, The Crumb Trail, Tea Set, Danti-Dan and Dog House. She was director and dramaturg on Timmy Creed’s Spliced, Gary Coyle’s My Magnetic North, Sonya Kelly’s How to Keep an Alien and The Wheelchair on My Face, and Stefanie Preissner’s Solpadeine is My Boyfriend. Gina has also written radio plays and published short stories. She has collaborated with artist Sean Lynch on several exhibitions and on Adventure: Capital for Venice Biennale 2015 and with artist Alan Phelan on Our Kind at Hugh Lane Gallery for 2016.IMDB
Chris Somers is an Irish multi-instrumentalist, composer and sound designer that creates music for stage and screen. Drawing on a wealth of experience and versatility he uses both song and sound to fully immerse the audience through soundscapes and the manipulation of the most delicate sense. His practice is performance based and incorporates improvised acoustic and electronic sound coupled with found sounds and field recordings.Soundcloud
David Mathúna is an artist and musician from Cork IE, based in Berlin DE. Making use of structured, generative and improvised processes, David’s practice focuses on installation, performance, atmosphere, and on combining various media and multiple forms of sensory perception. Spectator experience and engagement are primary considerations in his work.Portfolio
Eoin has been working as a freelance designer since graduating from University College Cork in 2008. He has designed work in Ireland and abroad with companies like THEATREclub, Painted Bird, Martin Sharry, The Everyman Theatre, Graffiti Theatre Company, Dublin Fringe Festival, Nic Greene, The Lir Academy, Dublin Youth Theatre, Gonzo Theatre Company, Broken Crow, Conflicted Theatre, Hammergrin and Equinox Theatre Company amongst others. To get in touch or see more of his work, visit his website; www.eoinwinning.com. Eoin is a member of THEATREclub.
Mags Keohane is a theatre practitioner working in both Scotland and Ireland. Mags is currently participating in Druid Theatre's FUEL residency programme. Theatre credits include Assistant Director to Pat Kiernan on the award winning Far Away by Caryl Churchill, Assistant Director to Ben Harrison on Flo by Martin McCormick (Òran Mór, Glasgow), director of Made in China by Mark O’Rowe (New Directors Festival, Granary Theatre). This Autumn Mags will direct an adaptation of Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome (Cork Arts Theatre). Mags graduated with distinction from a Theatre Practices MLitt at the University of Glasgow.