Search Results for 'Colm Toibin'

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An Evening with Colm Tóibín

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COLM TÓIBÍN, one of Ireland's most acclaimed and prolific writers, will read from his work at the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday June 25 at 8pm.

Unique Cancer Care West event features author Colm Tóibín

A special evening of literature and music, featuring award-winning author and playwright Colm Tóibín, takes place on Saturday.

Colm Tóibín and 3/Triúr set for unique Cancer Care West event

Cancer Care West will host a very special evening of literature and music with award-winning author and playwright Colm Tóibín, an extraordinary array of music from 3/Triúr, featuring world renowned fiddle player Martin Hayes, virtuoso musician and composer Peadar O Riada and exciting young fiddle player Caoimhín O Raghallaigh and a public interview with Colm Tóibín and Martin Hayes. The event will take place on Saturday November 26 at the Radisson Live Lounge, Galway at 8pm. Doors will open at 7pm.

Something for everyone at the arts event of the year

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Kilkenny Arts Festival has once again taken the city and county by storm and enticed the masses to the area over the last week or so.

Galway writer in running for Frank O’Connor Award

GALWAY WRITER Moya Roddy has made the long list for the prestigious Frank O’Connor Award for her collection of short stories Other People.

Colm Tóibín’s praise: Druid’s new light on the world

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Speaking at the official opening of the new Druid Theatre last Friday evening, the award winning writer Colm Tóibín firmly placed this Galway theatre at the centre of “ the very life of the country itself, in its shifting sense of itself, in its very reality”...

Will the Lane pictures be the Queen’s gift to Ireland?

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Ireland has every possibility of getting back the 39 controversial paintings, willed to the Irish people by art collector Sir Hugh Lane at the beginning of the 20th century, but which remain in London because the codicil to his will was not witnessed. “Hugh Lane’s intentions were absolutely clear”, the dynamic director of the Hugh Lane (formerly Dublin City) Gallery, Ms Barbara Dawson said in Coole last weekend, “there is no reason on earth why the paintings are not on Irish soil permanently.”

 

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