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Auditions for Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe’s pantomine event of the year, Yummy Mummy will take place tomorrow and Wednesday in An Taibhdhearc.
Galway architect, playwright, journalist, and ‘man about town’ Dick Byrne will launch his autobiography - Tell ‘Em Who You Are! - in Kenny’s Bookshop, Liosbán, tomorrow at 6pm.
The Galway Social Space at 24 Middle Street will hold a fun-filled day of activity tomorrow to celebrate Halloween.
ONE OF Galway’s brightest young theatre companies, Moonfish, have teamed up with An Taibhdhearc to present a new staging of Namhaid don Phobal - an Irish-language version of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy Of The People. The production will have English subtitles.
No 14 Middle Street occupies a prime city centre location in one of Galway's most established retail, office, and financial areas, in the vicinity of the Augustinian church. The immediate area is excellently served by all facilities and approximately 30 seconds to Shop Street and only one minute’s walk from multi-storey car parking facilities. Adjacent occupiers include Milano restaurant, The King’s Head pub, An Taibhdhearc theatre, and Anthony Ryan’s department store.
AN TAIBHDHEARC will hold auditions for an Irish-language version of Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan, today and tomorrow.
A Band Called Wanda are an enigmatic, energetic four-piece band from the west of Ireland.
An Taibhdhearc theatre is currently taking applications for the post of drama teacher/acting coach. The appropriate candidate must be an experienced theatre professional with expertise in providing An Taibhdhearc theatre training prescribed syllabus to a very high standard. S/he must also have fluent Irish.
Great novels set in Galway will be celebrated in the city at Aon Chathair Aon Leabhar (One City One Book), a new event which takes place this Saturday in the Galway Arts Centre at 2pm.
MICK LALLY is starring in Diarmaid agus Gráinne, a revised version of the play written by Micheál MacLiammóir, and which was An Taibhdhearc’s first production in 1928.