turn RETURNING FOR THE DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 2017 Neon John is trying to get gone – an unwilling anti-hero in a fallen world. But what revenge do they seek & who will pay? Because everything of value costs something. Enter the Soiled Dove saloon, grab a drink, a dab and have some fun while … More Neon Western
A mysterious invitation for each audience member to an exclusive dinner party at a fairytale table covered in fresh grass. Add very peculiar and talkative guests and as much wine as you can bring and we’ll have ourselves a time. Conflicted have chopped, diced and spliced a variety of works by American playwright, Charles Mee … More Come Dine with Charles Mee
“We make Gods and do battles with them and then they bless us” – Herman Hesse We Make Gods creates a new mythology, one for the gods we have manifested in the modern world.
Mirror, a physical and energetic re-imagining of Snow White. We all know the story . . . Conflicted return to the earliest versions of the fairy tale stripping it back to the mythical essentials; dance, vanity, hate, love, obsession and selfies.
The Scarlet Letter tells the story of the adulteress Hester Prynne, publicly shamed and cast out by society, and her husband, driven by revenge, who vows to search out her lover. Both intimate and spectacular in scale, The Scarlet Letter has been dragged by the scruff of its neck into the theatre and the 21st … More The Scarlet Letter
An immersive, promenade piece that traversed 5 floors of the former government buildings in Cork City as part of the Solstice Festival in 2012. Joe is a regular guy: born, crawled, walked, ran, school, kicked a ball, kissed a girl, college, traveled for a year and got a job. Not bad. But it is bad … More 18-35
A theatrical adaption or more appropriately a sequel to The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The only difference between Good & Evil is perspective. Conflicted Theatre’s first show from 2010.