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KEN BRUEN, the award winning crime writer, and one of the most critically acclaimed novelists to ever emerge from Galway, will read at one of two special Over The Edge events for Culture Night.
KEN BRUEN'S writing is like Charles Bukowski’s in that people tend to either love it, or be allergic to it. No one pretends to like Bruen’s writing in the way they do, say, the poetry of Ocean Vuong or Doireann Ní Gríofa because, to paraphrase WH Auden, they think it is the correct opinion to have for the time of year.
MONDAYS ARE Murder, an afternoon of noir and crime fiction, featuring Galway based writers Séamus Scanlon, Aoibheann McCann, Órfhlaith Foyle, and Kernan Andrews, takes place as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.
Galway city saw a 22 per cent reduction in the number of reported crimes this year to date, with burglaries, thefts, and assaults all down considerably in the first 10 months of the year.
ON HER 21st birthday, Carla Le Marchant discovers the truth about her parents, how her mother was sent to prison for the murder of her father.
The Little Theatre is delighted to announce that it’s current show The Witness for the Prosecution is extending its run for two more nights up until Friday October 10.
One of Agatha Christie’s best ever thrillers opened last night at Athlone Little Theatre and will continue to run until October 8.
Cllr Michelle Murphy is organising a free crime awareness evening to be held tonight Thursday April 3 at 8pm in the Clybaun Hotel with a number of speakers who will share their experiences and issue practical tips on how to protect yourself and your property.
AGATHA CHRISTIE’S 1943 play, And Then There Were None, based on her 1939 novel, is to be staged by the Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Society.
KATS, THE Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Society take to the stage of the Town Hall studio next week in a staging of Agatha Christie’s compelling thriller, The Unexpected Guest.