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IN GERMANY, just after The Great War, grieving Anna comes across a young Frenchman, Adrien, laying flowers at the grave of her fiancé Frantz.
TURKISH CATS, a dinner party that goes wrong, spiritual journeys, haunted houses, mysterious strangers, and moral dilemmas - all will feature in the impressive line-up of movies from around the world, that make up the Galway Film Society's autumn/winter 2017 season.
The acclaimed West End production Yerma will be broadcast to the Eye Cinema from National Theatre Live tonight at 7pm.
"I'LL BE reveng’d on the whole pack of you," declares Malvolio - a dour man whose mistaken interpretation of a love letter spells his ruin - at the end of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, and actor Tim Crouch is here to defend what's left of Malvolio's reputation.
TONY LAW might be the closest thing to experiencing nonsense nirvana. The Daily Telegraph crowned him "the King of post-modern nonsense", while The Guardian said he "takes post-modern stand-up to a dangerously funny new level".
What a tumultuous political year it’s been! It began with a sense that despite much turmoil and insurgency across the globe voters would shy away from the radical choices and that something akin to the ‘status quo’ would prevail. It ended with Madonna with no sense of irony berating the President-elect of the USA for engaging in sensationalist acts and rhetoric in order to generate publicity.
MICHAEL MCHALE, the Irish classical pianist, who playing has been described as "delicately graded and infallibly clear" by The Irish Times and filled with "lucidity and elegance" by The Daily Telegraph, will play two shows in County Galway.
PROVOCATIVE, CONTROVERSIAL, insightful, challenging, and blisteringly funny, Reginald D Hunter is coming back to Galway next year with his new show, The Aluminum Negro.
FRESH FROM the success of his hit ITV show with Phillip Schofield, Keith Barry is back with Out Of Control, which will be staged in The Black Box Theatre tomorrow and Saturday at 8pm.
"A GIN and orange, a lemon squash, and a scotch and water please!" Ordering this at Faulty Towers may require you to repeat it numerous times, increasingly in a raised voice, and at risk from assault by the hotel manager, and when it comes to dinner, don't forget - Duck's off!