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The Royal Theatre Castlebar is delighted to present the brainchild of comedian and satirist Mario Rosenstock, the phenomenal Gift Grub which comes to life on stage in Castlebar for the very first time on Friday April 9 2010.
Peadar de Burca brings his outrageous new comedy Why Men Marry to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday December 10 at 8pm.
D’unbelievable’s star Jon Kenny talks about his up and coming show “I’m not says I... I’m fine”. Jon will play his one man show December 17 at the Roscommon Arts Centre at 8pm. Kenny starts off by saying ‘The title [of the show] may be misleading, it’s a monologue I wrote years ago”. The show is about where we are now as a nation, the change of contemporary Ireland. Jon will no doubt be the cause of many laughs and he assured me there will be little or no doom and gloom in his show. It will definitely be a night to look forward to with an expert comedian who will combine a celebration of his musical abilities. Jon will be joined on stage by fiddle player Ivor Ottley.
Top Irish comedian Jon Kenny is guaranteed to bring a ray of comic sunshine to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday January 28 at 8pm with his sparkling new show I’m Not Says I… I’m Fine.
The next film in the Linenhall Film Club’s Spring season is the visually stunning The Good, The Bad, The Weird, South Korean director Kim Ji-woon’s homage to Sergio Leone’s seminal The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, set in the lawless badlands of Japanese-occupied 1930s Manchuria. A psychotic dandy gangster, a bounty hunter and an opportunistic small-time thief find themselves in a race to secure a stolen map, pursued by an international syndicate of bandits, some double-dealing drug dealers, and the amassed forces of the Japanese imperialist army. A film filled with train robberies, gun battles, knife fights, opium dens, horse chases and tense Mexican stand-offs, constant tonal surprise, occasional violence, offbeat comedic moments and grand action set-pieces. Energetic, stylish, outrageous - yes, it’s as amazing as it sounds.