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JOHN B Keane’s The Field will be staged by Galway’s Hourglass Theatre Company in Kilcornan, Clarinbridge, on Friday February 8 and Saturday 9.
On a warm Saturday evening in a little town of Arzúa, about 40kms from Santiago de Compostella, a group of Galway pilgrims watched the local brass band competition. Led by their conductors three bands marched up the street, playing marching tunes.
SIÚL, A new choreographic show by Galway dancer Bernadette Divilly, will be staged in the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday July 7 at 8pm.
“I AM the very model of a modern Major-General/I’ve information vegetable, animal, and mineral/I know the kings of England, and I quote the fights historical/From Marathon to Waterloo, in order categorical.”
GILBERT & Sullivan’s much loved comic opera, the Pirates of Penzance, will be performed in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway, on Saturday, January 7.
Boasting a cast of over 40 performers, the Town Hall’s community staging of Tarry Flynn
DR STANLEY and his friend Ollie are on the cusp of discovering the lost tomb of Hatchetsoup, but an evil priest, a man eater, and a pharaoh’s curse stand in their way. What will they do? What will happen?
Cuirfidh Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe tús luath le séasúr na geamaireachtaí ar Dé hAoine 26 Samhain le Tóraíocht an Yummy Mummy, seó atá scríofa ag Risteárd Ó Broin.
In the 1970s Renmore was a fast growing suburb with many young families moving in. There were very few facilities in the area at the time. The school assembly hall was the only social centre and it was there, in the tiny kitchen, that Sean O’Malley suggested to his team mates in the local badminton club they might consider having a parish pantomime. They agreed. A group was formed and they drew up a mission statement — “To foster, encourage and assist theatrical, cultural, and artistic activities in the Renmore community, but also throughout Galway and its environs, and in so doing, to assist whatever charitable causes are deemed appropriate by the committee.”
SLAPSTICK COMEDY, high farce, mistaken identity, and a bit of magic are all in store when Shakespeare’s The Comedy Of Errors is performed in the Black Box Theatre on Wednesday August 19.