“An uplifting story of loss, change & resilience”

That Time?

A Musical

A one-woman, multi-media musical by Annmarie Cullen

Capel Street
May 13-18th


“Remember That Time? A Musical” is a one-woman, 3-character, mixed-media play by TV & Film songwriter Annmarie Cullen. 

What To Expect?

The audience will embark on a retrospective journey with Annmarie, a seasoned musician who leaves her life in LA for love in Barcelona. Trading music for a corporate job, she loses herself, her connection to music and ultimately, her marriage.

Reeling from the breakup, Annmarie returns to her hometown of  Dublin after 25 years away to start over. 

Finding encouragement and tough love in her two friends via zoom calls (played “onscreen” by Gearoid Farrelly and Naimee Coleman), she finds both the space to grieve and inspiration to find her way back to her one true love…music. 

Narration, Songs & Videos

The moving and often humorous tale is told via narration, songs, and retrospective videos on-screen.  The story fuses fiction with real-life events. 

The play also features songs written with Irish songwriting treasure, Mundy, and Emmy Nominated songwriter, Jeannie Lurie. 

Featuring scenes from Dublin, Los Angeles, and Barcelona, this unique, one-woman, mixed-media-musical takes the audience on a broad, insightful journey throughout the 60-minute play and is a must-see for anyone navigating a crossroads in life.

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Song Sample


Dublin native, Annmarie “Montade” Cullen has been in bands since she was 14 years old. 

Along the way, she signed deals with Disney and Warner Bros. during her 20-year stay in LA. 

Her songs have been placed over 60 times in various TV and Film shows from iCarly on Nickelodeon to Blue Bloods on CBS. 

She was the main songwriter and producer for 2 seasons of the popular Disney Sci-Fi TV series “So Weird”. 

Her California band, SAUCY MONKY were early millennium indie darlings and appeared on iconic Irish shows such as “The Late Late Show” and  Pet Sounds (with Tom Dunne).

The band were mainstays on the Festival circuit with appearances at Oxegen (with Wilco and P!nk), O2 In The Park (with Westlife and Girls Aloud) and The Colours Festival in Prague (with Marianne Faithful and Gypsy Kings). They also opened for The B52’s in California. 

Remember That Time – A Musical, is her first play.

Accolades for Annmarie Cullen

"stands out as an extremely passionate and powerful new voice."

David Wild, Rolling Stone Magazine (Contributing Editor)

Dublin Fringe Festival Award 2022

“Artist At Work”  bursary recipient for work in development. 

"the alchemy of turning heartache into beauty."

Fiachna O Braonain, RTE Radio 1 (for “What I Once Meant To You”)

"a fine blend of American and European influences"

Kevin Courtney – The Irish Times

“One of the most emotionally charged songs you’ll hear this or any other year…”

Stuart Clark (Hotpress) for “What I Once Meant To You”

a perfectly shaped slice of US-tinged, memory-soaked pop/rock"

Tony Clayton-Lea (Journalist) for “Harratt Street”



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