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By Charlie McBride
See the best of Irish films on stage in a new season of films celebrating Irish culture and literature, Thursdays at the Taibhdhearc.
Almost five years following a disastrous fire, Ireland’s unique Irish theatre An Taibhdhearc, situated in the very heart of the city, has opened its doors again. Perhaps the fire may have been a blessing in disguise. The theatre has reopened in a confident mood. Its distinctive new signage makes its mark, especially on dark winter evenings; and its facilities have been up-dated both for the audience and actors. Yet it has retained its remembered intimacy, and sense of Irishness. Micheál MacLiammóir’s golden Celtic peacocks, on the black fire-curtain, proudly remain as rampant as ever!
AN TAIBHDHEARC’S production of Tom Murphy’s An Tíoránach Drogallach has won The BBC Northern Ireland Irish Language Drama Award.
A NEW era at An Taibhdhearc was formally unveiled at a reception on Monday, ushering in new artistic director, Anne McCabe, and disclosing details of this year's programme.
ROS NA Rún’s Macdara Ó Fatharta and Anne-Marie Horan will launch An Taibhdhearc’s 2014 programme at What’s D’Scéal at An Taibhdhearc?, on Monday February 17 at 6pm.
AN TAIBHDHEARC’S offering for this year’s Galway Arts Festival is An Tíoránach Drogallach, a translation as Gaeilge from Tom Murphy’s play, The Last Days Of A Reluctant Tyrant.
TV DIRECTOR and documentary maker Anne McCabe will launch her new novel, Under the Avalanche, in the Galway City Library this evening at 6pm.
Ballinasloe Booksuckin’ Book Club is hosting its inaugural Literary and Heritage Day on Saturday November 19. It is a great opportunity for young and not-so-young to investigate the art of story writing and to embrace the heritage of the local community. Whether it’s autobiographies or fiction, there is a story to be told within everyone.
MANY YEARS ago the late lamented publisher Steve McDonagh stated that it was something of a lottery to have a book publisher in Ireland and that too many good books never saw the light of day while too many bad ones did.