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Project Theatre Partnership: Information on upcoming shows.

Wednesday, the 25th of January – ‘Danse, Morab’ at 7.15

Wednesday, the 8th of February – ‘Autumn Royal’ at 7.30

Wednesday, the 15th of February – ‘Dublin Old School’

Olwen Fouéré’s new show Danse, Morob which has just started in preview. Written  by Laurent Gaudé specifically for Olwen, the show sees a woman searching for the truth about the disappearance of her father’s body from its grave. It’s both a highly political and poetic narrative.

 Running nightly until January 28 at 7.30pm


Trailer here: https://youtu.be/aJTijMiBvK4

Here’s a fantastic interview Olwen recently did too on the production and the political motivations behind ithttp://www.irishtimes.com/culture/olwen-fou%C3%A9r%C3%A9-on-the-price-that-revolutionaries-pay-1.2907451

Also coming up in early February is the first piece by Kevin Barry (Beatlebone, City of Bohane) written for stage – Autumn Royal

A dark  comedy, set on the northside of Cork city, Autumn Royal is about life and death, love and hate, hysterical dependency, jealousy, rage, horror, and homicidal notions – or, in other words, it’s a play about a family.

From 8 February to 11 February at 7.45pm


Here’s a link to the Works special on Kevin Barry which might be interesting viewing in the context his other workhttp://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/the-works-presents-3056/10619490/


Simon Community Clothes Collection (3N CSPE Action Project)

We are collecting for the Simon Community. Could you please bring in any spare clothes for the homeless of Dublin. It’s getting very cold so warm clothes and sleeping bags would be really appreciated. Cash donations will also be accepted. We will be collecting in G2 before roll call from the 12th to the 16th December. Thank you, 3N.


Rugby News: Senior Team.

The Mount Temple Senior Boys Rugby Team march on into the quarter finals of the McMullen cup next week after a great win against Maynooth PP. They will be playing against Ardee CS on Wednesday at 2pm. Again, thanks to the draw, the lads will be playing at home so they are hoping to see similar numbers to the great support that helped them over the line in the last round.rugby-photo

Project Theatre Partnership Plays (24th & 25th November)

Any pupils interested in going to the following plays in Project Theatre should at a cost of 5 euro should give the money to Ms. Doak.

 Investment by Random Scream on Wednesday the 23rd at 7.30 pm. (Money must be in by next Monday!)

 What You Need to Know on Friday 25th at 7.30 pm. (Money must be in by next Friday!)

A little bit more about them:

Davis Freeman created the company Random Scream in 1999 to expose the eclectic elements of everyday culture with proposed lines of flight for dance, theatre, and visual arts. Originally created with the artist Lilia Mestre, Random Scream is now run by Freeman and his ever evolving mix of collaborators. The projects aim to draw attention to what is already there by focusing on our personal interactions and how our choices directly affect each other and the community we live in.Freeman is an American performing artist based in Brussels and has worked with Forced Entertainment, Meg Stuart and Superamas. With his company Random Scream he continues to explore the multiple sides of his artistic personality. From docu-performances and durational music, theatre and dance pieces to lounge acts and installations.


Senior Boys Rugby

After their 41-7 win over Drogheda Grammar in the first round of the cup, our senior boys will be competing in the second round at home again on Tuesday the 22nd of November. This time they are up against Maynooth Post-Primary and kick off will be at 3.
A big thank you to all the staff, parents, pupils and former-pupils who came down to support the lads last Wednesday, it really meant a lot to them.
Thanks for your continued support and hopefully we’ll see you pitch-side again on Tuesday.


Senior Rugby Team pre-season training at Aspire Centre.

On the 9th of September Mr. Bunting, Brian Smyth and Mark Sutton (Senior team coaches) brought 24 members of the Senior Rugby Team on a pre-season training camp down to the Aspire Centre in Co. Offaly. The agenda for the players was to spend a weekend together building team spirit while honing their rugby skills before their first match against Blackrock due for the following Wednesday. Great craic was had in the various activities (such as “the blind hike”, raft-building, obstacle course and human foosball, amongst many others), but the players also got to do some more serious work such as their gym and pitch sessions throughout the weekend. Joe and the staff down at Aspire were very impressed with the attitude and application of the Mount Temple lads and wished them all the best with the upcoming season.
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All-Ireland Linguistic Olympiad (AILO) (Fridays 1.10pm)

All-Ireland Linguistic Olympiad (AILO) preparation has begun! Contenders meet every Friday at 1.10 pm to practise solving fiendish puzzles that require logic, decoding skills, language awareness, teamwork, a love of problem-solving and dogged determination. All years welcome; it’s particularly suited to 2nd-5th year. Seeadaptcentre.ie/ailo for more info and sample puzzles.

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