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CHRISTIAN O’REILLY’S Chapatti, jointly produced by Northlight Theatre Company and GIAF, is a real crowd-pleaser of a play.
GALWAY PLAYWRIGHT Christian O’Reilly and actor John Mahoney have lit up previous Galway International Arts Festivals with their contributions, but 2014 sees them joining forces in O’Reilly’s acclaimed new play Chapatti.
It is no longer the Galway Arts Festival, it is the Galway International Arts Festival, a recognition of how the July event has grown to become one of the premiere arts events in Ireland and Europe.
Celebrated American actor John Mahoney returns to Galway this summer to star in the world première of Chapatti, a new work by the Galway playwright Christian O’Reilly.
The 2013 Galway Arts Festival began at the Radisson Blu Hotel on Monday, with special guest Tim O’Connor, chair of The Gathering, declaring the festival officially open to the large crowd of assembled revellers.
ONE OF the big hits of last year’s Galway Arts Festival was Northlight Theatre Company’s production of Bruce Graham’s moving comedy-drama, The Outgoing Tide. Audiences will be delighted therefore to welcome the Chicago ensemble back to this year’s festival with Graham’s latest play, Stella and Lou.
Despite the economy being in recession and a summer characterised by rain, the Galway Arts Festival managed to enjoy a bumper year, drawing in record crowds for many shows.
EDWARD HALL’S all-male Propeller theatre company have become firm Galway Arts Festival favourites in recent years and they deliver the goods yet again with Henry V at the Black Box in a staging that is brimful of verve and brio.
The grey skies and drizzle that greeted the opening of 35th Galway Arts Festival did nothing to dampen the good spirits of those who attended the Radisson Hotel on Monday evening to mark the occasion.
Since its earliest days, one of the defining characteristics of the Galway Arts Festival is the way it has forged strong friendships with its featured performers and invited them back for repeat visits.