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High profile Galwegians are tackling the challenge of living ‘plastic free’ for the week commencing February 5 as part of Plastic Free Week in Galway City. Participants include Mayor of Galway City Pearce Flannery; Jake Heenan, Flanker for Connacht Rugby; JP McMahon, of Michelin-star restaurant Aniar; Hannah Kiely, Chief Executive of Galway2020; Dr Peter Heffernan, Chief Executive of the Marine Institute; and a number of well-known faces from the cast of Ros na Rún, among others.
TWO ESTRANGED sisters, on the run from each other and their respective pasts, are forced to come fact to face - with each other and their demons - after their mother's death. And why is the local grocery boy executing her will?
For the past four years Anne McCabe has enjoyed a fruitful tenure as artistic director of An Taibhdhearc but that reign has come to a surprise ending following the theatre board’s decision to abolish the position.
ON JUNE 17 1917, Loughaunbeg beach, near Spiddal, was the scene of a dreadful disaster when a mine explosion killed nine local men. Windows in houses nearby were shattered and the sound of the blast was heard in Galway city, 16 miles away.
Calling all aspiring actors! Ros na Rún, TG4’s flagship Irish language soap opera is casting for a male actor in his 20s for their next season which will begin filming in August. Budding actors interested in sinking their teeth into challenging, exciting, and dramatic storylines are encouraged to apply for an audition by emailing a CV and recent headshot to [email protected] Fluent Irish is essential for this role. The deadline for applications is Wednesday May 10.
Galway City of Film has announced a new partnership project with Rome City of Film to share knowledge and expertise among the filmmakers of the future.
Irish writer, actor, playwright and broadcaster Joe Steve Ó Neachtain officially switched on the Christmas lights at University Hospital Galway last Sunday. Joe Steve is also well known for his portrayal of Peadar Ó Conghaile in the long-running soap Ros na Rún kicked off an evening of festivities with music by The Conquerors and carol singers from Scoil Cathríona Renmore.
So you want to be a TV star? TG4’s hit TV soap opera Ros na Rún is searching for a talented female actress over 50 to join its cast. The top rated soap is looking for a new star. Fluent Irish is required for the role with a neutral or Connemara accent.
TG4’s hit TV soap opera Ros na Rún is searching for an actress over 50 to join its cast and fluent Gaeilge is required for the role in Ireland’s only Irish language soap.
A PRIZE-winner in New York and an audience hit at Cúirt, Justin McCarthy and Diarmuid de Faoite’s rollicking musical version of Playboy of the Western World hits the Town Hall Theatre next week for a five night run.