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Roscommon Arts Centre has unveiled their Spring 2019 events programme and it is going to be another entertaining season of events at the multi-disciplinary venue, with something for every taste.
AND SO ends another year of theatre-going, a year of big shows, small shows, professional shows, amateur shows, local shows, and visiting shows. Rather than doing a general review of the year past, I shall focus on the shows I enjoyed most from those I saw.
FURNITURE, SONYA Kelly's smash-hit comedy play of this summer's Galway International Arts Festival, returns next year, for a two night run at the Town Hall Theatre.
"AND DEATH shall have no dominion’ Dylan Thomas once wrote, though if he had been at GIAF 2018 he may have revised that opinion. Death was a major theme of Incantata, The Aspirations of Daise Morrow, Gardens Speak, Orfeo ed Euridice, and Wit, while characters also died in the course of Baoite, Flight, and Class, with a hint of suicide in Shelter for good measure.
Shelter and Furniture (Druid Theatre Co, Mick Lally Theatre)
One of the theatre highlights this season at Roscommon Arts Centre takes place on Saturday, April 7, at 8pm, as Pan Pan Theatre Company take to the stage with their production of The Importance Of Nothing.
FURNITURE, A new play by Sonya Kelly, has been announced as one of two titles for the Druid Debut series of staged readings at the 2017 Galway International Arts Festival.
Sonya Kelly brings her hilarious and tender new show How to Keep an Alien to the Linenhall Arts centre in Castlebar on Monday November 2 at 8pm. Presented by Rough Magic How to Keep an Alien is a story about falling in love and proving it to the government. Sonya Kelly, who brought the wonderful The Wheelchair on my Face, to the Linenhall is back with a tearfully funny, tender, memoir about securing an Irish visa for her Australian partner.
HOW TO Keep An Alien, written and performed by Sonya Kelly, and which comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week in a staging by Rough Magic, is a hilarious, yet tender, autobiographical tale, recounting how Sonya and her Australian partner Kate had to prove to the Department of Immigration they had the right to live together in Ireland.