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WRITTEN BY Shakespeare in about 1597, The Merry Wives of Windsor, the bard's comedy of middle-class English life, is set to receive a contemporary setting in a new performance by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
ENNI LIESSEM, the German artist now based in Dunmore, north Galway, is currently displaying her latest works in an exhibition at the Renzó Gallery Café, Eyre Street.
The Achill Heinrich Böll Association presents a reading from In My Own Light by composer Raymond Deane, followed by a concert featuring two of his important compositions on Saturday, August 12 at 8pm in St Thomas’s Church, Dugort, Achill Island. Booking is advised. Tickets are available on Achill Island and online at www.boll100.ie/summer-concert-2017.
TONI ERDMANN, a comedy and the third feature film by German director Maren Ade, will be screened in the Town Hall Theatre this weekend by the Galway Film Society.
FRANCE’S LUMIÈRE brothers may have gone down in history as the pioneers of cinema when they stunned Parisenne audiences by screening their films in 1895.
The Butler Gallery will present a Werner Herzog documentary film series off-site at the Set Theatre, John Street, Kilkenny.
After almost 40 years of partition Germany was re-united in 1990, and to mark the occasion, the German Department at NUI, Galway will screen two German films set during those momentous events.
It’s an absolute sin to find yourself bored during a thriller/action movie especially if it had all the right ingredients but was just blended the wrong way. Apart from a few fairly decent shoot-em-up scenes The International was a long-haul dizzy trip to nowhere.