Their production of Samuel Beckett's Endgame is currentlly running at The Factory. And The Blue Raincoat Theatre Company are again drawing acclaim nationally.
Theatre reviewers have visited Sligo to see the performance, and their critical eyes have been stimulated.
Emer O'Kelly of the Sunday Independent wrote: "Niall Henry directs with a fierce intensity...subtle inflections of new insight are always welcome and this production has several: it's a fine achievement for all concerned."
Eithne Shortall from the Sunday Times said: "Beckett's Endgame gets a powerful, Francis Bacon-like treatment by Blue Raincoat.
"This production's finest achievement is in its overall aesthetic... lighting and set by Barry McKinney are also excellent." She complimented the 'strong performances' of John Carty, Peter Davey and Ciaran McCauley as Hamm.
Peter Crawley, Irish Times, revealed: "The celebrated physical theatre company Blue Raincoat now contorting their performers into wheelchairs and dustbins, Beckett himself seems more liberated, as if some restrictions around his work have loosened without compromising his message."
Endgame continues nightly, (8pm) until Saturday.
There is a post-show talk with the cast and director following Wednesday's performance.