Druid at Home

In line with our vision of Irish Performance for the World, Druid at Home is a new way of connecting to audiences worldwide, presenting our work on the digital stage.

Since March 2020, we have reached audiences in 130 countries with our ticketed and free-to-view Druid at Home productions.

Current Druid at Home productions

Sorry, Wrong Number
August 2021
Available now, free to listen
Druid's first ever radio play, broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1's Drama On One

Coole Park Poetry Series 2021
May 2021
Available now, free to view
A second edition of our poetry film series, celebrating some of the great Irish poets of the last century

Coole Park Poetry Series 2020
December 2020
Available now, free to view
Our first series of poetry films filmed in Coole Park in partnership with the Adrian Brinkerhoff Poetry Foundation

Previous Druid at Home productions

The Seagull
September 2021
Exclusively for Galway International Arts Festival, the outdoor production in August will be filmed and presented online for audiences all over the world to enjoy on demand in September

Druid Debuts 2021
June - July 2021
Our annual rehearsed reading series of new plays, presented online for the second year in a row

Boland: Journey of a Poet
April - May 2021
The story of Eavan Boland's life as she told it, through her own poetry and autobiographical prose

The Cherry Orchard
March 2021
An encore online screening of our 2020 production which had previously been screened to audiences in cinemas across Ireland and the UK

Once Upon a Bridge
February 2021
Sonya Kelly's critically acclaimed play about the fateful collision of two strangers on Putney Bridge, London

Druid Debuts 2020
July 2020
Our annual rehearsed reading series of new plays, presented online for the first time

March 2020 onwards
Available now, free to view
In partnership with Wildfire Films, the celebrated 2005 production of Synge's entire theatrical canon available free to view online

What's Next?
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