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GALWAY YOUTH Theatre will stage Brian Friel’s play Loves: Winners and Losers and Dennis Kelly’s Love and Money in the Nuns Island Theatre this July.
Claregalway-Carnmore drama group Compántas Lir bring their awardwinning production of Brian Friel's classic play The Loves of Cass McGuire to the Town Hall Theatre, Galway this weekend.
The finest amateur drama talent in the country will head to Claregalway from tonight (Thursday) March 10 when the Claregalway Drama Festival gets under way at the local leisure centre.
Taking place across nine nights from March 4 to 12 at Roscommon Arts Centre, this year’s Roscommon Drama Festival features plenty of old classics and contemporary showstoppers to entertain all.
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TWENTY YEARS after its first staging at the Abbey Theatre, Brian Friel’s classic drama Dancing at Lughnasa comes to the Town Hall next week in an acclaimed new production by Second Age Theatre Company.
Former stars with top folk outfit Flook, Brian Finnegan, Ed Boyd, and John Joe Kelly bring their dazzling musicianship to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, March 24 at 8pm. Brian Finnegan (flute, whistles), Ed Boyd (guitar), and John Joe Kelly (bodhrán) — erstwhile front man and rhythm section from Flook, one of the finest bands ever to have graced the folk scene — join forces to promote Brian’s new album, The Ravishing Genius Of Bones, a finely woven mix of traditional and original material. Wonderfully hypnotic, the perfect balance between grace and power, sunlight and shade, the three make for a uniquely thrilling union. They will be joined by a very special guest on the night in the form of singer, composer, Boris Grebenshikov. A great night of music in prospect, and one not to miss.
BRIAN FRIEL’S much loved Dancing at Lughnasa will be performed by the fifth year students in Calasanctius College, Oranmore.
BRIAN FRIEL’S classic play Translations comes to the Galway Arts Festival next week in an innovative site-specific staging from Ouroboros Theatre Company at Oranmore Castle.
Widely regarded as Brian Friel’s theatrical masterpiece Translations has compelled audiences the world over to consider the fundamental nature of language, its connection to culture and its relationship to power.