Round out your Performance on Screen theatre experience with our Theatre @ Home Kit! Enjoy podcasts, articles, books, and more, all around the theme of the performance!
Use before, during, or after the show to further the experience!
Want to brush up on your Irish slang? Our glossary for Ghosting is here!
WHAT TO WATCH:
Co-writer and digital director of Ghosting, Jamie Beamish, has recently appeared on Netflix’s global sensation period drama, Bridgerton, as well as Northern Ireland’s hilarious and acclaimed Derry Girls (pictured above.) WATCH HERE
Sasha Terfous, who appeared in our digital exhibition of Poetic Reflections, hails from County Waterford, where Ghosting is set. Take a look at the streets of Waterford, seen in this visual by the Adrian Brinkerhoff Poetry Foundation.
WHAT TO READ:
Local paper Waterford News walks us through Ghosting and its co-creators Jamie Beamish and Anne O’Riordan anticipation of its livestream in April.
Waterford, an ancient and beautiful city, is a must-see if you’re heading to Ireland anytime soon – now that we can! While Síle does a pub crawl of sorts in Ghosting, here’s a list so you can do your own!
WHAT TO LISTEN TO:
The first episode of The Irish Post’s podcast, London Calling, features the legendary Sir Bob Geldof on his life as a young Irishman in London.
This fifteen-episode podcast series by Mark Power covers the fascinating history of the medieval city, from the Vikings landing to the Spanish Civil War.
WHAT TO EAT AND DRINK:
Waterford Whiskey is unique single-malt whiskey, available in liquor stores across New York City. You can also take a virtual tour of the facility, and see how barley becomes whiskey.
These famous and delicious soft bread rolls are made in Waterford, and originally come from France. Fill with your breakfast sausage, Irish rashers, or whatever filling you fancy – you won’t regret it!
Want to watch it on your TV?
We’ve made a step-by-step guide that may help: read the SmartTV Guide here.