‘Funny, entertaining and contemporary …Guna Nua has once again proved itself one of Ireland’s most original, even radical, companies’ – Sunday Tribune
Dinner With Friends by Donald Marguiles 2004
‘Gúna Nua specialises in the sharp and contemporary, bringing intelligence and sophistication to both its choice of plays and its production values; and this production will not disappoint its growing body of fans.’ – Sunday Independent
The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard 2004
“… true love is what we are talking about here … a brilliant production … outstanding!’ – The Irish Examiner.
Skin Deep by Paul Meade 2003
Winner: Stewart Parker Award 2004.
“… a highly ambitious play, not only technically but thematically too … a thought provoking and intelligently produced drama …” – Sunday Tribune
Taste by David Parnell 2002
” … gloriously, wickedly accurate …” – Sunday Independent
Scenes From A Watercooler by Paul Meade and David Parnell 2001
“Near perfect comic timing…every joke has a razors edge” – The Irish Times
Winner: Best Production and Best Actor (David Pearse) Dublin Fringe Awards
The Importance of Being Earnest 2001
“The lifestyles of the group of hip young actors were satirised as much as those of Algernon and Jack in a wonderful hall of mirrors of a production that reflected this play in a completely new way.”
Burn This by Lanford Wilson 2000
Burn This is an exquisitely arranged chamber piece for four self-distancing people who have misplaced their deepest feelings.
Mojo by Jez Butterworth 1999
Jez Butterworth’s debut play is rather reminiscent of that gruesome Jacobean drama, The Revenger’s Tragedy, with its sardonic humour and amoral, violent people.
Four Storeys by David Parnell 1998
“as good a new play as you’ll see this year” – Irish Independent.