Ros Muc is a Sell Out! by James Riordan


Cáit had a packed house on day one of our tour.

Beginning our tour of festivals in the West of Ireland, we were delighted to perfrom to a sell out crowd in Teach Uí Phiarsaigh, Rosmuc. Cleite, a physical theatre piece made in Galway’s Katie Cottage, will be next at Traidphicnic before heading to Cairde Festival, Sligo. Tickets through the website.

Cleite is going on TOUR! by James Riordan

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Rosmuc, Traidphicnic, Caride Festival, we are coming!

Brú Theatre will tour Cleite this July and we are delighted! Supported by Cairde Festiaval, Galway County Council and Ealaín na Gaeltachta, we are touring for 8 shows to 3 venues. We are so happy to share our Irish language mask theatre piece with the wider world!

Nighland has landed by James Riordan


Thanks to all our partners, Izzy passed level 1!

With the help of Branar, Baboró, the ITI, GTF and The MLT we presented 20 minutes of our newest show to a packed house and it went AMAZING! Thanks to the partners of GROW for supporting Brú Theatre in Galway, helping us make new, physical theatre in the west of Ireland! Watch this space. Brú Abú!

Massive Smiley THANKS to everyone who came to visit. by James Riordan

Photo: Julia Dunin

We are delighra!

Thanks to everyone who made Selvage such a great success and to the Arts Council, City and County council for funding Brú Theatre’s show and for helping to make creating theatre in the West of Ireland that little bit easier. We will will be back later in the year for more knitting lessons.

Selvage SELLS OUT all five shows. by James Riordan


Thanks to everyone who made it out.

We are delighted with the responses and ovations at our Galway run for our newest play, Selvage. Thanks to the Arts Council and Galway City and County Councils. Brú Theatre create shows in the west of Ireland, making mask theatre, new writing and site specific theatre. Thanks for everyone who came to see!

Nighland starts the search for a show by James Riordan


Devising new work with these mischievous three

We are delighted to making new work with the help of the Irish Theatre Institute, Branar, GTF, The Mick Lally Theatre and Baboro. Cast includes James Riordan, Philippa Hambly, Anna Mullarkey and Zita Monahan. Coming later this year…

Fisherwives makes international waves by James Riordan

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From the USA to China, the U.K to Yahoo, The Fisherwives cast their net far!

We are delighted to see images from Reuters of The Fisherwives were to be found as ‘Image of the Day/Week’ all over the world as well as The Irish Times and The Telegraph (U.K.) Thanks to everyone involved in making it so special.

Selvage hits the papers by James Riordan


Great write up to mark tickets for Selvage at the Mick Lally Theatre going on sale.

Selvage, a line of self securing knitting, is starting to weave together and take shape. We are very excited to share out third production with audiences in Galway and Clifden this March. Tickets here