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AT THE heart of flamenco is not a step, or a rhythm, or a song, but a quality known as Duende - a dark creative force, an expression of the soul and of struggle.
One of the stand-out performances in Roscommon Arts Centre of 2014 is returning this March! Swing is back on Wednesday, March 30. It’s one of those ‘feel-good’ kind of shows. This comedy follows the blossoming relationship between May and Joe as they fumble through romantic dilemmas, career problems, life choices, and dance steps!
THESE RECENT winter nights have been grey and gloomy indeed, but all that should be dispelled by Ballet Ireland when the company comes to the Town Hall Theatre with its sparkling new version of much-loved comic ballet Coppélia.
TODAY SEES the opening of the 19th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children opens in Galway, and for the next seven days, children and families can enjoy a creative extravaganza of theatre, puppetry, dance, music, animation, exhibitions and workshops.
COLUM MCCANN, one of Ireland’s finest writers, will read from his new book, Thirteen Ways Of Looking, at an event tomorrow evening [Friday October 9], organised by Cúirt International Festival of Literature and An Taibhdhearc Theatre.
The Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway is less than two weeks away and kicking off this jamboree of japes and jollity is Ireland’s own Patrick Kielty who brings his new show, Help, to the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday October 20 at 8pm.
An Irish dance video is to be filmed in Galway this November to highlight the fact that if people pull together they can help those suffering from depression or anxiety. The video which is entitled Alone is the brainchild of Knocknacarra native Kieran Hardiman, who has been involved with Irish dancing all his life, both competitively and professionally.
FOR THOSE of us blessed with kids, or who can borrow kids, a highlight of the year is the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children. So it was with great delight that your trusty correspondent attended the Monday evening launch for this year’s festival where details of the 2015 programme were unveiled.
A FASCINATING story connected to Oscar Wilde arrives at the Town Hall Theatre next week with Brendan Murphy’s Kicking Oscar’s Corpse. Set against the backdrop of WWI, the play centres on a libel case brought about by the dancer Maud Allan against the right wing British MP Noel Pemberton-Billing in 1918.