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THE INIMITABLE Des Keogh comes to the Town Hall next week with My Fair Ladies, a new play which he has written and performs about the many women in the extraordinary life of George Bernard Shaw.
TOMORROW'S STAGING of John B Keane's much loved comedy The Matchmaker is almost sold-out [May 15], but there are still tickets available to the Saturday May 16 performance.
Driving home to County Kerry, to help his father with some cattle farming, was not the time Gerard Barrett expected to receive a call from Hollywood A-lister Charlize Theron, asking him to script and direct a film she is producing.
ON FRIDAY March 6 at 8pm, An Taibhdhearc will stage Oiche Mháire Stafford, an all-star commemorative evening in honour of the late Máire Stafford, who, for more than 60 years was involved with the theatre as an actor, director, translator, costume designer, and lyricist, fully earning her soubriquet ‘Queen of An Taibhdhearc’.
ON MONDAY February 2 1959, The Listowel Drama Group presented the premiere performance of Sive, John B Keane’s debut play, thus launching the career of one of Ireland’s most popular writers.
One of Ireland's greatest comic talents, Jon Kenny, joins legendary Irish actor, Mary McEvoy, in a revival of Michael Scott's iconic production of The Matchmaker, which is coming to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Saturday October 11.
Des Keogh, one of Ireland’s foremost actors and entertainers, will tour with his hugely successful and award-winning show The Love Hungry Farmer by John B Keane in the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone on Friday April 25.
ONE OF Ireland’s greatest comic talents, Jon Kenny, joins much-loved Irish actor Mary McEvoy in a new revival of Michael Scott’s iconic production of John B Keane’s The Matchmaker which comes to the Town Hall Theatre.
The finest amateur drama talent in the country will head to Claregalway from tonight (Thursday) March 13 when the Claregalway Drama Festival gets under way at the local leisure centre.
THE 32ND Claregalway Festival of Drama opens on Thursday March 13 and runs until Friday 21, and will include works of Irish and international theatre.