Showcases outcome report Edinburgh Showcase 2012

Total 15 results.
Art FormShowcase TitleApplicant / OrganisationAmount Approved (€)Finance Commited
MusicJack Lukemans 27 ClubMartin Clancy3,00016/11/2012
DescriptionThe work of Iconic artists such Robert Johnson and the RollingStones are interpreted by the Irish vocalist Jack Lukeman in his spellbinding new show The 27 Club.

Jack Lukeman interveaves their legacy not through a vale of tears but in a rip roaring musical celebration of life itself.

Combining Jack’s own legendary Edinburgh live performance band along with interactive audio visuals

TheatreJoyced!Breda Cashe20013/08/2012
DescriptionJOYCED! takes us on a tour de force of Joycean Dublin. It is chaotic and exciting. A whirlwind odyssey through the people, events and a year, 1904 which James Joyce would later make famous in Ulysses. JoJO careers like a person possessed through the full gamut of James Joyce including his battles with his mad dad and his passion for Nora Barnacle and their fabled walk on 16th June, Bloomsday
TheatreLove All by Cheery Wild ProductionsTen42 Productions20030/07/2012
Description“Love All” is a comedy about love, murder and …tennis! From the Wimbledon finals to the hangman’s noose. This is the true and terrible tale of Irish sporting legend Vere St. Ledger Gould. A whopping great hangover kept Goold from the Wimbledon prize, while a head in a hat box almost sent him to the gallows...
DanceDance Ireland Paul Johnson 20030/07/2012
DescriptionDance Ireland is a resource organisation promoting excellence, increasing access and heightening the profile of dance artists by providing training and development opportunities at local, national and international levels.
Theatre47 Roses by Peter SheridanDonal Shiels presenting "47 Roses - An evening with Peter Sheridan" at Waterloo East, London, 3 - 22 May 2011.20030/07/2012
DescriptionAn acclaimed one man show based on his second novel of the same name - 47 Roses. The show can play in 1 or 2 acts up to 90 mins. It has received wide critical acclaim and is much loved by Irish audiences as it captures the mood and nostalgia of Dublin from the 50s & 60s.
DanceJohn Scott's Dance CompanyJohn Scott's Dance Company20030/07/2012
DescriptionJohn Scott’s Dance Company creates original work and pioneers dance as an art form in a country known more for literature and text based drama. Current productions available, Body Duet, Actions, The Bowing Dance, Fall and Recover and The White Piece. New pieces in progress.
TheatreThe Wheelchair on My FaceFishamble Theatre Company20030/07/2012
Description‘I got my first pair of glasses when I was seven. A nurse came to the school and tested everyone’s eyes. And so it was discovered why I’d thrown bread to the floating crisp packets and walked into lamp posts and said, ’excuse me’. Until that day the world was a swirl of moving coloured blobs, the same for everyone. How wrong I was.’
TheatreHotForTheatreAmy Conroy / HotForTheatre20030/07/2012
DescriptionEROTS: Meet Gina, she’s hopeless. This is a dark, moving and tender journey of transformation. HotForTheatre brings you a compelling story of salvation, deliverance and dancing dreams. Nothing is impossible… Gina gotta’ dance.

IHAHI: Two women, spotted kissing in a Shopping Centre are now in a show...reluctantly. Defying stereotype and exploring the monumental journey of an unlikely couple.
DanceTouch MeCoisCéim Dance Theatre20030/07/2012
DescriptionSet in a ramshackle tenement with high ceilings of once elegant proportions, Touch Me reflects on Ireland today and its transformation from tiger visions to the exodus of the once majestic cranes. From this lonely landscape David Bolger rakes through an unprecedented era to discover a new beauty in teh promise of the future. What are teh new symbols of fortune? What makes us happy now?
TheatreMisterman by Enda Walsh / The Talk of the Town by Emma Donoghue / Howie the Rookie by Mark O'RoweAnne Clarke20030/07/2012
DescriptionEnda Walsh’s Misterman is ‘a compellingly strange, absorbing and terrifying work of startling originality’ starring Cillian Murphy (The Telegraph).
Mark O’Rowe’s Howie the Rookie will be directed by the author and will star one of Ireland’s leading actors, Tom Vaughan Lawlor.
Emma Donoghue’s The Talk of the Town will have its world premiere at the Dublin Theatre Festival in October 2012.
TheatreAnu Productions ANU Productions 20030/07/2012
DescriptionA major live installation in 2013 marking the centenary of the Lockout, NUMBER 13 is an invitation to ANU by Padraig Yeates (Head of the 1913 Government commemoration committee) and Dr. Catriona Crowe (National Archive). Focusing the Save the Kiddies Campaign we aim through a series of three interlinking works in Dublin, Belfast and Edinburgh to realign this catastrophic event historically.
Circus'Catch me ' & 'The Second Coming'Fidget Feet 20030/07/2012
Description‘Catch me’ mixes Circus , dance , theatre with live visual projections. Red Riding hood and the Wolf swing high above the audiences. ‘The second coming’ is a large scale show that pushes Irish dance, Irish Music and the work of WB Yeats mixing them with contemporary Irish music, contemporary dance and aerial circus with Mike Murphy.

DanceFearghus Ó ConchúirFearghus Ó Conchúir20030/07/2012
DescriptionFearghus' major interest has been the relationship between bodies and buildings in the context of global urbanisation, a interest that has inspired his film and live performances in Europe, the US and China. In 2012, he premiered the promenade performance Starlight at the Cork Midsummer Festival and begins work on Cure, a new dance commission for 2013.
Dancesee belowDance Base Scotland55,00026/06/2012
DescriptionDance Base participation at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, August 2012.
CircusThis is what we do for a living by Tumble CircusTina Segner7,00026/06/2012
DescriptionTumble Circus production of 'This is what we do for a living' at the Udderbelly, Edinburgh from 1 - 27 August 2012, as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.