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ON THE mean streets of New York’s Upper West Side, where rival gangs jostle for territory, and will fight dirty for it, where newly arrived immigrants compete among themselves - and against other ethnicities - to survive in a society hostile to them, two young people fall in love.
A fundraising table quiz in aid of the Galway Patrician Musical Society will be held at The Stock Exchange Bar, 34 Shop Street, on Wednesday August 27 at 8pm.
HOW TO perpetrate a theatrical get-rich-quick scheme: Find the worst play ever written; hire the worst director and worst actors in town; raise $2 million, officially to ‘stage the show’, but in reality for the producers to pocket; see the play close after opening night; then take the money and run for Brazil.
GALWEGIANS WHO would like a chance of starring in The Producers, the hilarious Mel Brooks comedy-musical can try out for auditions next week.
Galway Advertiser chairman Ronnie O’Gorman is to be among those honoured at civic receptions in City Hall next month.
THE COTTON Blossom show boat sails the Mississippi River entertaining passengers with its variety shows, but underneath the laughter and song, the performers and crew must endure racial prejudice, forbidden love, and the constraints of a society where intolerance is in plentiful supply.
If Galway is to keep its reputation as a city which supports the arts, it must maintain the current level of arts funding and not allow it to drop in December’s budget.
THE GALWAY Patrician Musical Society will stage Gilbert & Sullivan’s marvellous operetta The Mikado next month, exactly 125 years after it was first performed.