Where We Are Now – LGBT Theatre Festival in Ireland’s North-West

Where We Are Now LGBT+ Theatre Festival Sligo & Leitrim, 2nd to 6th May 2018

Treasa Nealon is co-producer of the Where We Are Now Theatre Festival, the North-West of Ireland’s first LGBT Theatre Festival. Now in its second year, the festival will take place on 2-6 May in Leitrim & Sligo.

Treasa tells us:

“We have the visually stunning ‘Jungle Door’ by the award-winning Eva’s Echo Theatre Company, the intimate ‘Precisionism’ by award winning London based Old Sole Theatre Company, Macbeth set in the neon party scene of 1996 New York and a series of fantastic short plays by The Theatre Room Galway. We also have a free showing of Tuesdays at Tescos, performed by Belfast based TheatreofPluck”.

Killian Glynn, Artistic Director, is delighted with the fact that this year the festival is going to be bigger and better:

“It is stupefying to be writing this foreword in the knowledge that this time last year we were in the midst of preparing for the first annual queer theatre festival in the north-west of Ireland. As a company and as artists, we are so proud to be able to work on a project that celebrates the diversity and cultural richness of our community and get to put on a magnificent show while doing it. This year, with lots of hard work, passion and dedication, we are back with a festival that is bigger, better and brighter than ever before!

You will get to see incredible productions from London and Galway as shows that have been home-grown here in Sligo and Leitrim. There’s something for absolutely everybody, so there’s nothing left to do but sit back, relax and enjoy… Where We Are Now 2018!”

Plays at a Glance

2 to the 6 May 2018


2pm Macbeth, The Glens Centre

7pm, Tuesdays at Tescos, Black Box


6pm Theatre Rooms, Yeats building

8pm Jungle Door, Black Box

8.30pm Macbeth, The Glens Centre

8pm Illuminations Poetry and Spoken Word Open Mic. The Bookmart


6pm Macbeth, Andersons

8pm Jungle Door, Black Box

9.30pm Gatsby Theme Party, Andersons


4pm Precisionism, Andersons

6pm Jungle Door, Black Box

8pm Precisionism, Andersons

11.30om, UV PARTY, Andersons


8pm Precisionism, Andersons

Booking Information:

Visit: The Rabbit’s Riot Theatre Company on www.eventbrite.ie



Facebook: WhereWeAreNowLGBTTheatreFestival

Twitter: WWANFest

For Macbeth www.theglensncentre.com (071) 9855833

The Rabbit’s Riot Theatre Company was cofounded in March 2016 by director and designer, Sonia Norris, and playwright and actor, Treasa Nealon. Since their conception they have produced over 10 performances, and won an award for their work at the 2017 Galway Fringe Festival. They are delighted to produce the North-West of Ireland’s first LGBT+ Theatre Festival!


Time change for Jungle Door by Eva’s Echo Theatre Company

The Saturday 6pm performance (May 5th) will take place at 2PM
Thursday & Friday are still both at 8pm, Saturday is now 2PM

Tickets can be booked on Eventbrite…or straight through the facebook link!

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