Search Results for 'Ken Bruen'

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Crime fiction @ the Fringe

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MONDAYS ARE Murder, an afternoon of noir and crime fiction, featuring Galway based writers Séamus Scanlon, Aoibheann McCann, Órfhlaith Foyle, and Kernan Andrews, takes place as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.

Tracy Bruen to get 'Dubhsexy'

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TRACY BRUEN, the Galway singer-songwriter and Galway Advertiser Solo Artist of the Year 2015, will headline Dubhsexy, the next Steve Sharpe curated night in the Róisín Dubh, on Thursday March 31 at 9pm.

Has Jack Taylor met his match?

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JACK TAYLOR was always a man with few close friends. These days he has none. Stewart is dead and Ban Garda Ridge has had enough of him, but the whiff of sulphur around this former guard turned vigilante for hire, is always enough to lure people to him.

Noir By Noirwest - dark fiction from Irish writers

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FROM CRIME on Galway city streets to violence in trenches of WWI, the dark side of human nature is explored by 30 Galway writers in a major new short story collection.

Ken Bruen wins a ‘Stanny’

KEN BRUEN, the acclaimed and award winning Galway crime-fiction writer has won the Best Crime Novel 2013 title in the annual Stannies list.

Dragon Tattoo star to feature in Ken Bruen TV series

Michael Nyqvist, the Swedish actor who played Stieg Larsson’s journalist/detective Mikael Blomkvist in the Millennium Trilogy film adaptations, is to star in a new TV series created by Ken Bruen.

Film producer takes the chain at Galway Rotary

The new president of Galway Rotary is a movie and TV producer who co-produced the Jack Taylor series of crime films being shot around Galway.

Nothing to lose

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IT WAS a quiet midday morning in Bohermore when Galway writer Ken Bruen received the call that would change his life forever. However, he was somewhat unprepared for the moment.

Ken Bruen’s The Guards to air on TV3 next month

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On Monday at 9pm TV3 will broadcast Jack Taylor, the feature length drama adaptation of The Guards, the acclaimed novel from the award winning Galway novelist Ken Bruen.

Protect film making in Galway urges Healy Eames

Harmful trade union practices almost prevented the film The Guards from being made in Galway, but such practices must not be allowed continue as they could undermine film making in Ireland.

 

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