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Fregoli's Pleasure Ground at Town Hall

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GALWAY THEATRE company Fregoli makes it debut on the Town Hall Theatre mainstage with Pleasure Ground, written by Jarlath Tivnan, who also features in the cast, and directed by Maria Tivnan.

Fregoli unveil Mary, Mary, Mary

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FREGOLI THEATRE Company gets 2015 off to a strong start next week at the Town Hall Theatre studio with the premiere of artistic director Maria Tivnan’s Mary, Mary, Mary.

Theatre 2015 – Galway companies

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By Charlie McBride

Triple-bill of new plays from Fregoli

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A WOMAN who talks to the walls, a girl who must face the sea, and a young man who collects footprints. These are the characters we encounter in a trio of new monologues presented by Fregoli Theatre Company.

Life among the Dorset Street Toys

A CHILD prophet is taken from a basket sent drifting down the Liffey. A young girl clutching a dolly is taken from her home.

Fregoli to premiere Let Me Be

GALWAY’S FREGOLI Theatre Company makes its first appearance of the new year at the Town Hall Theatre Studio next week with the world premiere of Maria Tivnan’s one-act play, Let Me Be.

Fregoli’s Home run

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FREGOLI THEATRE Company graces the Town Hall Theatre stage next week with the play Home, described by Irish Theatre Magazine as “vibrant and heart-wrenching”.

Flying the flag for Galway

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FOUR COMPANIES, two shows; one rewires a theatrical two-hander for a cast of 35, the other blends dance, drama, and music in a tale about fallen angels and warring families, set in St Nicholas’s Collegiate Church.

A trip to the sweet shop with Fregoli

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Galway’s Fregoli Theatre Company presents Maria Tivnan’s debut play, The Sweet Shop, in the Town Hall Theatre Studio, from Wednesday June 27 to Friday 29 at 8.30pm.

Cúirt theatre reviews - Perve and Breathing Corpses

AS PART of the Cúirt festival, the Nuns Island Theatre is hosting a theatrical double bill featuring work from two rising stars of today’s generation of playwrights - Stacy Gregg and Laura Wade.

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