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THERE IS now less than a week to go to the opening performance of this year’s Renmore Panto, Jack and the Beanstalk, and excitement is building among all involved, none moreso than Richard Brown, who plays the lead role of Jack.
REHEARSALS ARE in full swing for Renmore's 37th pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk, scripted by veteran panto dame Peter Kennedy, and directed by AIMS award-winning brothers Brian and Seán Power.
This year’s Dean Crowe panto, the wonderful Beauty and the Beast is a magical story that will have all the boys and girls totally enchanted and splitting their sides laughing.
THE 36TH Renmore's pantomime returns for the Christmas and New Year season at the Town Hall Theatre with Cinderella.
One of best loved plays by great Russian playwright Anton Chekhov comes to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar next Thursday, November 6, at 8pm.
A WEEKEND course in the Chekhov technique will take place in the Blue Teapot Theatre, Munster Avenue, from October 3 to 5.
Galway’s Oscar Wilde Festival returns for its second year on the weekend of September 5 to 7, the festival will provide a host of insights into Wilde’s life and work with speakers from Galway, the UK, and the US as well as supporting new Irish writing inspired by Wilde.
JIMMY NAIL sang about ‘Crocodile Shoes’, Ian Dury had New Boots and Panties, but in his fourth collection of poems, Galway writer Gerry Hanberry ponders What Our Shoes Say About Us.
MORE THAN a century after his death in Paris, Oscar Wilde’s work remains as popular as ever while the triumphs and tragedies of his life exert an enduring fascination.
THE CHEKHOV technique for actors is often associated with performing tragedy and intense situations, but it can be used for comedies as well.