New Vimeo Page

Check out short films of our latest projects, posted to our Vimeo page here.

Where do they come from?

Based on completed Registration Forms for children and young people (aged 5 to 24), the pie-chart across shows that most of our participants come from outside Newbridge. While a hefty 42% (that's 68 people) come from Newbridge, Naas (9%), Kildare (4%), Kilcullen (3.7%) and The Curragh (3.7%) provide the next largest groups of participants. There are members from all over the county (in many cases one person representing an area - such as Athy, or Kildangan), and some from outside the county (Dunlavin and Portarlington). The group with the largest number of participants is Generator (46 members in the 19 to 20 age bracket) but catching up fast are Ignition (for 17 to 18 year olds - 41 members

Hospital Food at Lyric, Belfast

a new play by Eugene O' Hare Set in the present day, ten teenagers from the ages 14 to 17 are the residents of a teenage cancer unit in a city hospital. All of them (a mix of boys and girls) are undergoing various conventional treatments for different cancers at different stages of progression. Their shared illness bonds them and they support each other as they reveal their fears and hopes for the future while confronting, head on, the very real prospects of untimely death. Directed by Peter Hussey, ‘Hospital Food’ is by Irish writer Eugene O’ Hare who wrote ‘Refuge’ for the Abbey Theatre, and ‘Shopping for Boys’ for Channel 4. ‘Hospital Food’ is an insightful and wise play about loss and fr

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