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Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment - on stage

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CRIME AND Punishment, Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s classic story of murder, moral dilemma, and human capacity for evil, comes to the stage of the Mick Lally Theatre, Druid Lane, this month.

'I feel like an outsider in every culture'

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ONE OF the main events at the Galway Fringe Festival this weekend is Emigrant Elegy. This event is a juxtaposition of emigrant history and human desire to love and belong, in the form of words and music, bringing together the rich multiculturalism of the past and present in Ireland.

‘All the dead kings came to me’.

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Week II

So There I was: St Petersburg

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So we arrived into Moskovsky Station, Saint Petersburg and it is freezing; minus 15 degrees Celsius cold.

So There I was: St Petersburg

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So we arrived into Moskovsky Station, Saint Petersburg and it is freezing; minus 15 degrees Celsius cold.

Actors sought for Crime & Punishment

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ST PETERSBURG, Russia, 1861. A young man commits a violent murder in cold blood. He considers himself a Napoleon, acting for a higher purpose. Confronted with the seriousness of his crime, only the prostitute Sonja, offers redemption.

Mayo sings again in May

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Mayo will be in full voice at the end of May as more than 1,400 singers will take part in the sixth Mayo International Choral Festival, performing songs and pieces from many genres, including jazz, pop, folk, sacred and gospel music. Mayo in May is the mecca for all music lovers!

Mayo sings again in May

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Mayo will be in full voice at the end of May as more than 1,400 singers will take part in the sixth Mayo International Choral Festival, performing songs and pieces from many genres, including jazz, pop, folk, sacred and gospel music. Mayo in May is the mecca for all music lovers!

'Sex writing is like any other kind of writing; it’s got to be about character'

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Perhaps I should start this interview with a disclaimer; despite our shared surname novelist Eimear McBride and I are entirely unrelated. Nor indeed, just for future reference, have I any connection to rugby great Willie John McBride, country star Big Tom McBride, or Brit-bashing ballad hero Arthur McBride.

Ukuleles and earworms - Mark Eitzel on Song From Far Away

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THIS YEAR'S arts festival line up features a number of shows where collaboration is the order of the day, among them Song From Far Away, in which acclaimed English dramatist Simon Stephens teams up with celebrated American singer-songwriter Mark Eitzel to pen a play for Belgian director Ivo Van Hove and Dutch actor Eelco Smits.

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