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THE IMPORTANCE Of Being Earnest is Oscar Wilde’s most celebrated and best loved play. Galway will get to see this classic of mistaken identity when it is staged here next week.
For one night only, the Young Irish Film Makers, in association with Office of Public Works, Kilkenny Castle, will present an intimate, dramatic reading of the seasonal classic A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
Athlone Little Theatre promises local audiences one of their funniest nights for years as Paddy Martin’s hilarious production of The Colleen Bawn by Dion Boucicault gets under way from Sunday April 19.
One of the most notorious episodes of Irish history is brilliantly re-imagined as a hilarious and delightful comedy as Paddy Martin’s ingenious production of Dion Boucicault’s The Colleen Bawn opens at Athlone Little Theatre on Sunday, April 19.
THE AWARD winning actor Michael Fassbender, who has starred in 300 and Hunger, will give this year’s Galway Film Fleadh Actors’ Masterclass on Saturday July 11.
Consider yourself invited to 9Arch Musical Societies eighth annual production which opens with the Tony-award winning musical, Oliver, on November 18 in the Town Hall Theatre.
Guy Richie has managed to claw his way back from the film industry rubbish heap to be once again on top of his game with this exciting and innovative take on the much loved character of Sherlock Holmes. Gone is all that ‘Elementary, my dear Watson’, nonsense and welcome a fast thinking, bare-knuckle punching, slightly mad (but in a good way) detective that is so fun to watch you will be itching for a sequal.
Animation, writing, documentary making and how to make a short film are just some of the courses being run as part of the Galway Film Centre’s Spring/Summer workshops.