“This project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund 2014-2020 and is supported by the Department of Justice and Equality.”

Co funding is provided by the Arts Office of the Limerick City and County Council.

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Our Education and Outreach department has created a range of initiatives that reflect the Friars’ Gate Theatre ethos of equality and inclusion in the arts.  We strive to provide the highest quality of arts services and programmes to the local community. 


A film about a young man with special needs and his search for a job.
The film is devised by the Inclusive Drama for Inclusive Living group at the Friars' Gate Theatre and explores the participants ideas of the prejudice they can face in every day life. It is a film of hope and courage. There is a wonderful job out there for everyone if they are given the opportunity to showcase their talents. This project was approved by Government with support from the Dormant Accounts Fund. With thanks to The St Joseph's Foundation and CBS Secondary School, Charleville.

 

 

Last Year

Thursday 21st July 2016
Inclusive Theatre Drama Group present The High School Robbery.  
The High School Robbery is not just a musical, it's a chilling adventure, a show with singing, dancing and drawing for the way we perform today.  Devised by the St Joseph's Foundation, Charleville drama group with a supporting cast of Footsteps Youth Theatre this is going to be a great night for everyone, but look out! The robbers are framing someone, who is going to help the drama students?   Queen Elsa comes to the rescue and Troy Bolton saves the day!  The robbers won't steal the show but some of our special actors might.  Director – Fiona Quinn.  Supported by the Dormant Account Fund.
Tickets priced €5

 

 

The ‘Inclusive Theatre for Inclusive Living’ project aims to increase the competencies of young people with disabilities and support their inclusion in the local community.  The project is a partnership between Friars’ Gate Theatre and St. Joseph’s Foundation, Charleville, Co. Cork.  Together we will support young people with disabilities, enabling them to develop the necessary skills and capacities for a successful transition to adulthood.  The project will deliver theatre workshops over the course of 18 months to young people with intellectual disabilities. The workshops will support the participants with emotional maturation, communication skills, interpersonal dynamics, and life planning.  The project covers the Ballyhoura region, East Limerick/North Cork.  This project was approved by Government with support from the Dormant Accounts Fund. 

                  

 


 

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