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THEREISBEAR! Theatre Company are coming to the Town Hall studio with their staging of Mark O’Rowe’s gripping play, Terminus.
POWER CORRUPTS and the repression of sexuality produces not virtue but demons that lead to the warping of human relationships. In a sexually and politically repressive society the stage is set for the perversion of both human behaviour and of justice.
ONE OF the most sensational murder trials in late 19th century Ireland was that of Bridget Cleary in 1895, who was burned alive by her husband and cousins, who sincerely believed she was a ‘changeling’.
AS PART of the Cúirt festival, the Nuns Island Theatre is hosting a theatrical double bill featuring work from two rising stars of today’s generation of playwrights - Stacy Gregg and Laura Wade.
St Kieran’s College put their Provincial and All-Ireland titles on the line as they square up to north Dublin College on Saturday.
St Kieran’s College: 1-11
NUI GALWAY’S Dramasoc will stage Enda Walsh’s Delirium in the Bank of Ireland Theatre on the university campus, at 8pm this evening, tomorrow, and Saturday.
THE FOURTH Galway Theatre Festival returns from Tuesday October 25 to Monday 31 and promises a Bank Holiday weekend of exciting new theatre shows.
NEXT WEEK sees Galway’s Mephisto Theatre Company grace the Town Hall main stage with its welcome revival of Bryan McMahon’s powerful, though seldom seen, play The Honey Spike.
THESE ARE the opening lines of Bryan McMahon’s wonderful play The Honey Spike which Mephisto Theatre Company is bringing to the Town Hall Theatre in a production featuring Galway’s finest actors and which marks the 50th anniversary of the play’s first staging at the Abbey.