Search Results for 'Tara Breathnach'

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Wake gives voice to female voicelessness

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HANS CHRISTIAN Andersen’s The Little Mermaid was first published in 1837 and since then it has inspired countless adaptations in print, film, TV and theatre. The latest is Deirdre Sullivan’s dark west of Ireland spin on the story, Wake.

Wake - a story of sisterhood and the sea

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THE WORLD premiere of Wake, a feminist retelling of Hans Christian Anderson’s beloved story 'The Little Mermaid', and written by the award-winning author Deirdre Sullivan, will be staged by NoRopes Theatre Company in the Town Hall Theatre studio.

Tóraíocht an Yummy Mummy - An Taibhdhearc panto

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EGYPT. 1928. Stanley and Oliver are searching for the rumoured tomb of the famous female Pharaoh Hatchetsoup. There have been many expeditions before, but none have been successful.

Druid announces FUEL participants

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DRUID THEATRE Company has announced its four artists for this year's FUEL residency - Tara Breathnach, Mags Keohane, Elaine Mears, and Sarah-Jane Scott - all of whom are based in Galway.

Blue Teapot’s Lughnasa 'all about integration and inclusion'

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BRIAN FRIEL'S masterpiece, Dancing At Lughnasa, is one of the greatest and best loved Irish plays, and this month at the Town Hall, Blue Teapot presents a uniquely authentic production, featuring Jennifer Cox, an actor with an intellectual disability, as Rose; exactly as she was written and a milestone first for Irish theatre.

Gilín Sneachta agus an Seachtar Scallywag

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GILÍN SNEACHTA agus an Seachtar Scallywag, this year's An Taibhdhearc pantomime, written by Maeve Ingoldsby, and starring Tara Breathnach is currently running at the Middle Street based theatre.

Letter from Ted Hughes to Assia’s sister, Celia Chaikin, April 14 1969

Week III

Dún na mBan Trí Thine - the return and tour

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AFTER SOLD-out shows in An Taibhdhearc for the 2017 Galway International Arts Festival, Éilis Ní Dhuibhne's Dún na mBan Trí Thine, is back by popular demand.

Tara Breathnach brings Molly back to Galway

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AFTER SUCCESSFUL performances in the Galway Theatre Festival, Inis Oírr, and at the Bloomsday celebrations in the Ibsen Museum, Oslo, Tara Breathnach’s Molly returns to Galway.

'Waking the feminists’ in the mother tongue

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DÚN NA mBan Trí Thine - The Fairy Fort Is On Fire - a modern play about motherhood and magic with a predominantly female cast and crew, comes to An Taibhdhearc for next month's Galway International Arts Festival.

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