Assembly Required

Lyric Theatre Belfast – July 2019


“This is definitely one of those plays that have you talking about it the whole way home and still coming up with more questions even the next day.” – PastieBap

“Ciara Mackey and Elliot Llyod are perfectly cast as an everyday couple and really ground the play as we step into their world.” – PastieBap

“Ali, played by Debra Hill in one of the year’s best performances so far. Creepy and compelling not only in her poses but also in transcending her Alexa-esque default setting with alarming pace” – BigListNi

“[The] script by Jonathan M. Daley, is familiar in plot but distinctively grim, visual and intelligent in nature, the old adage of artificial intelligence possibly not being so artificial after all shaken up and refreshed by Headrush Ireland” – BigListNi

“Headrush remain an exciting new theatre company to watch, writing and producing their own new work as they build up experience and work with a widening range of talented actors and creatives.” – AlanInBelfast


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We Like It Here

Lyric Theatre Belfast – June 2018


Adele Gribbon – “firmly and joyously” comedic

Maeve Smyth – “simmers in a gorgeous characterisation”

Mary O’Loan – “a tour-de-force performance”

Cailum Carragher – “a masterful performance of understated grace and authority”

Emily Foran – “confident, assured direction”

Jonny Daley – “assured and enigmatic writing”

Tracey Lindsay, Conor McGuinness & Alan Mooney – “Technically, the show could be described as glistening”, with “Set, sound & light… designed and used superbly”


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Sink Or Swim

Accidental Theatre – March 2018


“…a company to watch with their smorgasbord of production ideas, on stage talent and chutzpah”

– Alan Meban (Alan in Belfast)

“From the detail of set design, intricate props, practicals, rotating set pieces, varying sound sources, Sink or Swim presented a slick, non-stop 70 minutes”

– Mícheál McCann (Micheal Writes)

“I don’t think it’s wrong for an original work to feel familiar”

Laura Conlon (Plain Oblivious)


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