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THE GALWAY African Film Festival, the city's annual celerbration of movies and film-making from across the African continent, returns from Friday May 22 to Sunday 24, with a host of free screenings taking place in NUI Galway's Huston School of Film & Digital Media.
ON THE mean streets of New York’s Upper West Side, where rival gangs jostle for territory, and will fight dirty for it, where newly arrived immigrants compete among themselves - and against other ethnicities - to survive in a society hostile to them, two young people fall in love.
Anjelica Huston’s mother, Ricki Soma, grew up over a popular Broadway Italian restaurant called Tony’s Wife on West Fifty-Second Street in New York. At 14 years of age she was already a beauty, and a ballet dancer. She looked like the Mona Lisa, in fact she was considered so beautiful that a few years later her photograph appeared on the cover of Life magazine.
BY CHARLIE MCBRIDE
Following on from the success of Macbeth, the highly acclaimed Icarus Theatre Collective will be presenting a bold and exciting new production of Shakespeare’s most tragic tale - Romeo and Juliet, at Mullingar Arts Centre on Monday May 13 and Tuesday May 14, as part of their international tour.
THE BOLSHOI Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet and The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra performing Berlioz and Mendelssohn are to be screened at The Eye Cinema.
Following on from the success of Macbeth, the highly acclaimed Icarus Theatre Collective from the UK presents a bold and exciting new production of Shakespeare’s most tragic tale, Romeo and Juliet. This stunning production will come to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, for two shows on Monday May 6 and Tuesday May 7. The Monday show will take place at 8pm with doors opening at 7pm. Tickets cost from €12.50 to €20. The Tuesday show will take place at 11.30am, with doors opening at 10.30am, for a production that will be ideal for schools and ticketS will also cost from €12.50 to €20.
BALLET IRELAND, The National Ballet of Ireland, comes to the Town Hall next week with its hugely successful production of Romeo & Juliet, set to Sergei Prokofiev’s thrilling score.
GALWAY AUDIENCES may just catch a glimpse of some acting stars of the future this Sunday, when the students of Core Theatre College present a public showcase of their work at Druid Lane Theatre.
BALLET AFICIONADOS will be delighted to hear that the Monica Loughman Ballet Company will bring its latest production, The Nutcracker, to Town Hall Theatre on Friday November 4 and Saturday 5.