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MARTIN SCORSESE, Woody Allen, Stanley Kubrick, and Alfred Hitchcock are among the greatest of all film directors.
PAT MCCABE’S rollercoaster new play, The Bridge Below The Town, set in 1950s small-town Ireland, is coming to the Town Hall Theatre and promises audiences a swirling drama of life, love, Butlins, and nuns who make márla men, set to a classic soundtrack.
The committee of volunteers behind Ballymahon’s multi award-winning boutique music festival Helium are delighted to announce the presentation of over €8,000 to Ataxia Ireland following the Helium 2012 events and awareness campaign surrounding the cause.
The boards of one of Longford’s most beloved theatres are being trodden by locals once again. In the first locally run production in approximately three years, The Bog Lane Theatre, Ballymahon presents the farcical comedy The 39 Steps.
SCANDINAVIA has been a great centre of pop and rock over the last 30 years and without question Sweden is the dominant nation. It has given us pop giants ABBA; a thriving heavy metal scene; and inspired indie/alternative acts such as I’m From Barcelona, Jens Lekmann, and Peter Bjorn and John.
Athlone Film Club will screen the original Hitchcock masterpiece, The 39 Steps (1935) on Tuesday February 24 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre.
London Classic Theatre brings its acclaimed production Humble Boy to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday February 11 at 8pm. Following up on last year’s superb production of Abigail’s Party, London Classic Theatre’s Humble Boy is an award-winning comedy with a delightful sting in the tail. Following the sudden death of his father, 35-year-old Felix Humble, a Cambridge academic, returns to his Middle England home and his difficult and demanding mother. After a chaotic funeral, and the disappearance of his father’s prized bees, it becomes clear to Felix that life at the Humble home will never be the same again. Past and present collide with love and uncertainty in this original and captivating play by Charlotte Jones, directed by Michael Cabot.