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Stage Left Podcast: The Impact of COVID-19 I

ISSSD Podcast Stage Left

Welcome to the third episode of STAGE LEFT.  In this podcast lighting and set designer Ciaran Bagnall and set designer Tracey Lindsay, in conversation with Niall Rea, talk about the impact of COVID among other insightful topics related to scenography.

We hope you enjoy it!

*Please, be patient, the sound might take a few seconds to load.


Related Links

Links to works or programmes mentioned:

Abomination. A DUP Opera by the belfast ensemble
Photograph: Bernie McAllister as featured in The Guardian
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8WUQZxoE6Q
Red by Primecut Productions
Red by Primecut Productions | Set & Lighting designer Ciaran Bagnall
Red by Prime Cut Productions Set & Lighting designer Ciaran Bagnall
Stage Left Podcast Credits

Each episode covers different aspects of scenography and its processes with designers from all disciplines at a variety of stages in their careers.

Stage Left Podcast Music: Venn Diagrams from How To Square A Circle by Alma Kelliher

These podcasts are possible thanks to the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Produced by ISSSD and Noelia Ruiz

Stage Left Podcast: Designing for Theatre vs Dance & Opera

ISSSD Podcast Stage Left

Welcome to the third episode of STAGE LEFT.  This podcast focuses on the differences between Designing for Theatre, Dance or Opera, featuring set and costume designer Sabine D’Argent, composer, sound designer and performer Tom Lane, and Lighting Designer Sinéad McKenna, hosted by Noelia Ruiz.

We hope you enjoy it!

*Please, be patient, the sound might take a few seconds to load.

Each episode covers different aspects of scenography and its processes with designers from all disciplines at a variety of stages in their careers.


Related Links

Designers’ websites:

Links to works or programmes mentioned:

CoisCéim Pageant Photo by Ros Kavanagh
Photo by Ros Kavanagh
Stage Left Podcast Credits

Stage Left Podcast Music: Venn Diagrams from How To Square A Circle by Alma Kelliher

These podcasts are possible thanks to the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Produced by ISSSD and Noelia Ruiz

Stage Left Podcast: Set Design

ISSSD Podcast Stage Left

Welcome to the second episode of STAGE LEFT.  This podcast focuses on Set Design featuring Sarah Bacon and Caitríona McLaughlin, hosted by Noelia Ruiz. We hope you enjoy it!

Each episode covers different aspects of scenography and its processes with designers from all disciplines at a variety of stages in their careers.


Links to Productions mentioned:

1. Citysong by Dylan Coburn Gray
Citysong_Photo_Ros_Kavanagh

Citysong by Dylan Coburn Gray
Director: Caitríona McLaughlin
Set and Costume Design: Sarah Bacon
Lighting Design: Paul Keogan
Composer and Sound Design: Adrienne Quartly
Associate Sound Designer: Jennifer O’Malley

Abbey Theatre 25 May – 28 July 2019
Photo by Ros Kavanagh


2. The Whiteheaded Boy by Barabbas Theatre Company
Barabbas The Whiteheaded Boy Photo by Kevin McFeeley

The Whiteheaded Boy
Written by Lennox Robinson & directed by Gerard Stembridge
Cast: Veronica Coburn, Raymond Keane, Louis Lovett and Mikel Murfi 
Production Designer: Sean Hillen 
Lighting Designer: Paul Keogan 
Costume Designer: Kathy Kavanagh

September 1997: Premiered at project@the mint, Dublin


3. Cuirt an Mhean Oiche 1999 by Tom Mac Intyre

4. The Great Hunger by Patrick Kavanagh 

5. On Rafterys Hill by Marina Carr
Stage Left Podcast Credits

Stage Left Podcast Music: Venn Diagrams from How To Square A Circle by Alma Kelliher
These podcasts are possible thanks to the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland
Produced by ISSSD and Noelia Ruiz

Stage Left Podcast: Lighting Design

ISSSD Podcast Stage Left

Delighted to launch our brand new podcast, STAGE LEFT. 

Our inaugural episode focuses on Lighting Design, featuring Sarah Jane Shiels, Bill Woodland and John Gunning. We hope you enjoy it!

Each episode covers different aspects of scenography and its processes with designers from all disciplines at a variety of stages in their careers.

Stage Left Podcast Credits

Music: Venn Diagrams from How To Square A Circle by Alma Kelliher
These podcasts are possible thanks to the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland
Produced by ISSSD and Noelia Ruiz