Patrick O’Donnell is just back from Serbia having shot the flashback scenes with young Talon for the next series of OUTPOST 2 for Syfy.
He plays the role of Myron, Talon’s adoptive father who also appeared in Series 1.
Michael Patrick is performing his one man show, MY LEFT NUT at The Edinburgh fringe, after and extremely successful national tour of Ireland and North of Ireland.
Edwin Mullane is performing his first outing of The Fetch Wilson written by Stewart Roche
This year ANDREA KELLY will appear as mother in “Mother”.
Hardworking mam Grace has the perfect happy family: a loving husband and two wonderful children. But, when her husband arrives home one day with a brand-new kitchen appliance, she slowly starts to realize that there might not be room for both of them in this house.
Director Natasha Waugh
Producer Sharon Cronin
ANDREA KELLY and SHAUNA HIGGINS both star in “Skint”
Shauna is an audacious young girl from Northside Dublin, forced to come to terms with the fact she is pregnant. When her ex-boyfriend won’t even acknowledge her existence, the reality of her situation sets in. Time is ticking as she decides to have an abortion but doesn’t know which way to turn.
Director Tara O’Callaghan (Debut)
Producers Jack Cowhig & IADT
EDEL MURPHY stars in “Coco Dreams of Blue” also supported by RODRIGO TERNEVOY
Clodagh is a millennial. She doesn’t want to deal with her issues. On her way down from a tinder hook-up, she gets trapped in an elevator. Then things get weird. The elevator is stuck in a time loop. Clodagh is forced to relive her memories and face herself, literally.
Director Caoimhe Clancy (Debut)
Producer Caroline Kealy
Countries Canada & Ireland
SLANEY POWER is involved in “Backwater”
Tommy has been trapped in the depths of rural Ireland for many years. His sense of duty keeps him here looking after his sickly father. After the death of his mother, his older sister Dylan returns home. They both have callings, both have to fulfill a promise to their mother, no matter how difficult it is.
Director Brendan McCallion
Producer Frank O’Malley