An opening night audience of over five hundred gave the cast of Guerilla Days a wonderfully warm and spontaneous standing ovation in the Everyman Theatre last night. The reception the play received was humbling as every single individual in the theatre rose to show their appreciation for the production.

The story of Tom Barry and the Volunteers lives on.


The long awaited national tour of Guerilla Days in Ireland has finally begun. The beautiful lakeside hotel at Gougane Barra is the first venue.

One of the greatest episodes in the story of Tom Barry and the Flying Column is centred around this breathtaking location.

Get there before it’s too late.

Production Promo Video Added

We’ve just added the promo video for Guerrilla Days in Ireland to the website. For those of you have not yet seen the production live, this will give you a great taster of what to expect from the upcoming tour.

The Video was recorded live on the 2nd of September 2011 at the Everyman Palace Theatre, Cork.

Final Ovation for Guerilla Days

The world premiere run of Guerilla days in Ireland finished last Saturday to another standing ovation, this time given by a delighted audience of over four hundred.

The experience has been phenomenal with standing ovations almost every single night during the twenty performances in both Cork and Gougane Barra. Many thanks to all who attended the performances.

Thanks to everyone who sent us messages of support and also the continued enquiries regarding a national tour.

We are delighted to say that this will happen next year. Dates to be finalised.



Final Week

Aidan O'Hare as Tom Barry

The final week of performances begun in the Everyman Palace last night with an audience of nearly three hundred. The night ended with a standing ovation. If you haven’t seen Guerilla Days in Ireland yet, you better book soon as tickets are selling FAST!