The Beckett Trilogy (Molloy, Malone Dies & The Unnamable) and Molloy will tour in USA, Ireland and the UK in late 2019 to mark 20 years of The Beckett Trilogy. Enquiries from presenting venues welcome. garestlazare@me.com  Photo by Ros Kavanagh.

The Beckett Trilogy (Molloy, Malone Dies & The Unnamable) and Molloy will tour in USA, Ireland and the UK in late 2019 to mark 20 years of The Beckett Trilogy. Enquiries from presenting venues welcome. garestlazare@me.com

Photo by Ros Kavanagh.

Moby Dick by Herman Melville - adapted by Judy Hegarty Lovett and Conor Lovett will tour to USA in June and October 2019. Supported by Culture Ireland. Check back for dates. Photo by Ros Kavanagh.

Moby Dick by Herman Melville - adapted by Judy Hegarty Lovett and Conor Lovett will tour to USA in June and October 2019. Supported by Culture Ireland. Check back for dates. Photo by Ros Kavanagh.

How It is (Part 2) by Samuel Beckett directed and designed by Judy Hegarty Lovett with Stephen Dillane and Conor Lovett will premiere at Everyman Cork September 3-7 2019. Supported by The Arts Council. Photo by Ros Kavanagh.

How It is (Part 2) by Samuel Beckett directed and designed by Judy Hegarty Lovett with Stephen Dillane and Conor Lovett will premiere at Everyman Cork September 3-7 2019. Supported by The Arts Council. Photo by Ros Kavanagh.

How It Is (Part One) by Samuel Beckett has been nominated in four categories of The Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards 2019.  Best Production, Best Actor (Stephen Dillane), Best Lighting Design (Kris Stone) and Best Sound Design (Mel Mercier).  The Awards ceremony will take place in Dublin in late March.  The production was developed over a three year Artist in Residence program with Everyman Cork supported by Everyman, The Arts Council, Cork City Council, Vermont Coffee Company and UCC and the production was supported by an Arts Council of Ireland production grant.

How It Is (Part One) by Samuel Beckett has been nominated in four categories of The Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards 2019. Best Production, Best Actor (Stephen Dillane), Best Lighting Design (Kris Stone) and Best Sound Design (Mel Mercier). The Awards ceremony will take place in Dublin in late March. The production was developed over a three year Artist in Residence program with Everyman Cork supported by Everyman, The Arts Council, Cork City Council, Vermont Coffee Company and UCC and the production was supported by an Arts Council of Ireland production grant.