Nomad Theatre Network
Roscommon Arts Centre is a founding member of the NOMAD network. Established in January 2006 to further the development of the performing arts in the North Midlands region and extend the parameters of regional, national and international performances available to venues and their audiences, the network was the first if its kind in Ireland.
Nomad has produced and toured a number of productions over the years, including “The Dead School” by Pat Mc Cabe, which the network also presented at Dublin Theatre Festival and London’s Tricycle Theatre. The network also supported an irish tour of Teaċ Daṁsa’s internationally acclaimed and multi-award winning Swan Lake/Loch na hEala.
In 2022, together with the NASC Network, Nomad will tour Teaċ Daṁsa’s latest work Mám and a new production of “Tarry Flynn” with Livin Dred Theatre Company – both tours have been made possible by the kind support of The Arts Council of Ireland.
The current Nomad Network Members are: Roscommon Arts Centre, Hawk’s Well Theatre Sligo, Backstage Theatre Longford, An Grianan Theatre Letterkenny, The Ramor Theatre Cavan, Mullingar Arts Centre, Droichead Arts Centre Drogheda, The Riverbank Arts Centre Newbridge and Livin’ Dred Theatre Company
Supported by The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon.