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A BEGUILING exhibition featuring three Italian artists has opened in the Town Hall Theatre bar. Entitled Grounded, it features paintings and prints by Elena Dova, Gaia Biscardi and Gregorio Vecchione, all of whom have made their homes in Galway over the past couple of years.
For the past two months there as not only been a lot of talk regarding Castlebar Pantomime’s move to Breaffy Areana, but also of who is playing Goldilocks! The directors of the show Sharon Lavelle and Antoinette Starken have been keeping the identity of the actress under close wraps! And its no good trying to get information out of other cast members or committee. “No Comment” seems to be the new mantra amongst cast and crew!!
An excited Eleanor Shanley is looking forward to playing at The Town Hall Theatre Westport tonight, November 20, with doors opening at 7.30pm. “I’m looking forward to Westport big time! The Mayo audiences are super and playing in the new Town Hall is all part of the excitement,” said Eleanor in the build up to the show.
OPERA THEATRE Company comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Monday November 23 at 8pm, with an exciting double bill of short works, Poulenc’s The Human Voice and Wolf Ferrari’s Susanna’s Secret.
AN TRIAIL, the Irish language classic set in 1961, about a young, unmarried, Irishwoman who discovers she is pregnant, returns to the Black Box Theatre next week.
This year, for the first time, Ireland will be competing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Sofia on Saturday November 21. Representing Ireland is Aimee Banks, a 13-year old from Moycullen, who will be singing ‘Réalta na Mara’/‘Star of the Sea’, a song which she co-wrote and composed.
MENOPAUSE THE Musical, the hilarious celebration of women and 'the Change', arrives in the Town Hall Theatre next week for what should be a sell-out run. Starring X Factor sensation Mary Byrne, The Nualas's Sue Collins, Eurovision winner Niamh Kavanagh, and The Nolans' Linda Nolan, the show presents a cast of hormonal women, one-liners about memory loss, and innuendo-laden versions of pop classics.
A GRIPPING true drama of shipwreck, cannibalism, and survival comes to the Black Box Theatre next week in the shape of the musical drama, The Unlucky Cabin Boy. Devised by Gúna Nua Theatre Company with playwright Mike Finn and The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra, the show tells the story of teenager Patrick O’Brien of Limerick.
A fundraising event will take place in the Town Hall Theatre on Monday December 7 in aid of Tuam man Shane Grogan who was seriously injured in an unprovoked assault in the town three years ago.
SILENT MOVES, a film inspired by the silent comedies of Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, and Harold Lloyd, and starring actors with intellectual disabilities, will be shown in the Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday October 20 at 8pm.