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Little John Nee brings his legendary musical storytelling to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar with his latest show The Tea Dance on Thursday October 18 at 8pm.
A new show from Little John Nee is always to be savoured and, on September 4, Druid’s Mick Lally Theatre hosts the premiere of Radio Rosario, a serious comedy about frustration, foreboding, and fulfilment, and an ode to “the magical wireless”.
HOW DO you take the work of a man of such great and varied talent as Little John Nee and distil it into a critique of 500 words? This man has busked with the Dice Man; became the iconic symbol of the early Galway Arts Festival parades; and was, for a period, Galway’s Pied Piper.
LITTLE JOHN Nee presents his new show Talking Derry Boat, at the Town Hall Theatre studio tomorrow and Saturday, in what is the first of three shows at the venue, the others being The Church of Chill in March and Ribbons, a collaboration with Laura Sheeran, in April.
THE GALWAY Theatre Festival holds its Programme Launch this evening at 6.30pm in Biteclub, Electric Garden, Abbeygate Street, with the great Little John Nee as guest speaker.
Often the best way to see the insides of a city is from the outside. It is only by standing alone, outside it, feeling its hard edges that you get to truly absorb it into your soul. It is often only by having to scrape your way through it that you appreciate all its nuances, its attributes, its quirks. For those who have chosen Galway as their home as their place to work, as their place to study and learn, many have experienced all of the aforementioned.
FOLLOWING THE sell-out success of The Galway Years in October, Little John Nee revives the show in the Town Hall Thetre studio from Monday February 2 to Saturday 7.
LITTLE JOHN Nee, the actor, writer, and performer and one of the most iconic and recognisable figures in the Galway arts scene, is about to launch his debut album.
DESPITE THE late 1980s being among the economically gloomiest years in the history of the State, with emigration at alarmingly high levels, Galway managed to retain a vibrancy.
LITTLE JOHN Nee, Rita Ann Higgins, and ska band Big Jelly will be among those taking part in Galway artists for Gaza, a charity concert to raise funds for the children of the bombarded region.