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MICHAEL O'CONNOR, the Galway/Mayo country and folk singer-songwriter, launches his third album, Market Plaice, in the Town Hall Theatre studio on Thursday June 29 as part of the Colours Fringe Festival.
WISHY-WASHY Prudence lives a lonely life with two cats and a ticking biological clock. Self-described crackpot Bruce has a volatile boyfriend, Bob. Both are looking for someone stable to love.
There’s lots of fun to go around at Baboró which starts next Monday October 17 and runs until Sunday October 23. While the kids are busy seeing shows, exhibitions and generally having lots of fun, there’s plenty for the grown-ups to check out too.
HOW DID the lawyer who prosecuted the 1916 leaders end up in one of the highest positions in the Free State? Why were 280,000 women denied the vote in the Treaty Election of 1922? And why does Michael Collins' assassination remain shrouded in mystery?
FOR ITS own reasons, the State chose to celebrate the 1916 Rising a month shy of the actual date of the event itself, which took place in April 1916, not March.
THERE ARE few, if any, families in Ireland, who do not have some connection with the GAA, either on, or off, the field. Even those with no involvement whatsoever are fascinated by what makes it tick.
THE BATTLE of Loos, which raged from late September to mid-October 1915, was one of the bloodiest clashes of the First World War. The British Army lost some 60,000 men in the engagement, with little to show for it when the guns fell silent.
LITTLE JOHN Nee presents his new show Talking Derry Boat, at the Town Hall Theatre studio tomorrow and Saturday, in what is the first of three shows at the venue, the others being The Church of Chill in March and Ribbons, a collaboration with Laura Sheeran, in April.
INSPIRED BY the #WakingTheFeminists movement, #wakingthefeministswest will celebrate west of Ireland female voices in theatre, dance, devised work, work from the archives, and work by emerging writers.
A SACRILEGIOUS Lesbian and Homosexual Parade, Brian Fleming's acclaimed one-man show, described as “original, fun and different" by The Irish Times, will be performed in the Town Hall Theatre, as part of the actor/writer/musicians upcoming show Trilogy.