Iphigenia in Splott

June 19th – 23rd 2019 @ Cork Arts Theatre Supported by Cork Midsummer Festival.   Effie is setting her future ablaze with a Molotov cocktail of youth, beauty, vodka, ketamine and rage! Each day she deploys a deadly combo of brutal and delicate cunning to get what she needs and what she really needs is to top…

Neon Western

  ‘a thrilling dystopian western, ushers the audience into a world that’s long since given up on responsibilities, and encourages the same of its audience’ – Exeunt Magazine ‘There is a narrative running through the cinematic scenes that occur in different parts of the warehouse, but this piece is more about atmosphere and feeling. It’s…

Come Dine with Charles Mee

  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…

We Make Gods

  “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

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

‘vibrant performances’ – The Irish Times  ★★★★ ‘powerful sequences of physical theatre’ – Irish Theatre Magazine ‘Conflicted Theatre give us a smart, imaginative take on a starkly vivid story… Intelligent and moving’ – Evening Echo The Scarlet Letter tells the story of the adulteress Hester Prynne, publicly shamed and cast out by society, and her…

18-35

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…

After Jekyll

    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.