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CATHERINE BROGAN, the performance poet, educator, and social activist is coming to Galway as part of her Wee Irish Tour, and will be in Charlie Byrne's Bookshop on Thursday May 28 at 8pm.
‘BEGORRAH’ IS the ultimate stage Oirish cliché, but Foil Arms & Hog are reclaiming the word for great modern Irish comedy and as the title of their latest tour.
THE DAUGHTER of an exiled writer and comic from Iran, Shappi Khorsandi’s upbringing was in no way conventional, but what a story, and what comedy, she makes from it all.
THE NEGATIVE Cutter, a collection combining two very different novellas by Patrick Chapman, is out now from Galway publisher Arlen House.
OPERA THEATRE Company – Ireland’s national touring opera company – come to the Town Hall on Thursday June 12 at 8pm with Monteverdi’s powerful and memorable masterpiece, Orfeo.
The Great Squanderland Roof, the new play by writer, poet, and singer Jullian Gough will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s Afternoon Drama show at 2.15pm on Tuesday February 28.
NEXT WEDNESDAY at the Róisín Dubh will be something of a ladies’ night as the bill for the evening will feature four female comedians.
The Great Hargeisa Goat Bubble, a radio play by Galway author and singer Julian Gough, will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 tomorrow at 2.15pm.
ANIMALS PERFORMING Aesop’s Fables, a film about shopkeepers, birds, and children, and the questions Arthur Miller and Bertolt Brecht faced from the House Committee of Un-American Activities, are just some of the things Galway can expect to see and hear at TULCA 09.
Katherine Porter, of Channel 4’s The IT Crowd will read The Lost Weekend, a new story from the Galway writer Hugo Kelly on BBC Radio 4 on Tuesday December 8 at 3.30pm.