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AN TAIBHDHEARC is set to host Snámh na Saoirse, an imaginative play by Róisín Sheehy, which fuses dance, drama, and music. This is Sheehy’s debut work for theatre and is a poetic re-telling of a tragic drowning which occurred off the Great Blasket Island in 1909.
HOW SHORT films have reflected, recorded, and shaped Irish identity over the past 100 years will be examined in 100 Years of Cinema: Irish Short Films, which takes place in An Taibhdhearc next week.
NOËL COWARD'S comic play Blithe Spirit will be performed by the Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Society in An Taibhdhearc from Wednesday May 25 to Saturday 28 at 8pm.
’WHAT IS love then, Mary Ellen?’. Three generations of Irish women explore love, life, and duty, and inviting the audience to share in their most poignant moments, in Fregoli Theatre's Mary Mary Mary.
FIVE WOMEN on a hen night in the hills of Connemara - it should be a wild night of drink, craic, and naughty behaviour, instead the group discovers an unhappy bride-to-be, while friendships are sorely tested.
THE BLACK Magic Big Band celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and to mark the occasion the band will be in concert in An Taibhdhearc this evening at 8pm.
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 FOURTH annual Why Not? Adventure Film Festival, a day of screenings of documentaries on mountain climbing, trekking in wild and remote corners of the globe, human endurance, extreme sports, and the human thirst for adventure, returns to Galway this weekend.
COLUM MNCANN, the Irish author of such acclaimed works as Let The Great World Spin and TransAtlantic, will be in Galway this week to read from his new novel, Thirteen Ways Of Looking.
ONE OF the big hits of last year’s Galway International Arts Festival was Star Of The Sea, the superb stage adaptation of Joseph O’Connor’s acclaimed novel jointly produced by Moonfish and An Taibhdhearc. Audiences now have a second chance to see this much-praised show when it returns to An Taibhdearc for a short run prior to embarking on a national tour.