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DANCING AT Lughnasa, Brian Friel's most famous play, and one of his greatest, will be staged in An Taibhdhearc, by the Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Society from Wednesday May 20 to Saturday 23 at 8pm.
Film Mayo was delighted to have internationally renowned film director Pat O’Connor as its special guest for the launch of Film Mayo, which took place before Christmas. Pat has a very special relationship with Mayo since filming The Ballroom of Romance in Ballycroy in the early eighties. He has very fond memories of his time in Mayo, particularly the warmth of the people in Ballycroy. The reason that Pat agreed to be the special guest at the launch of Film Mayo was because of the affection he holds in his heart for Mayo. During his recent visit Pat talked of how shooting in Mayo was a very special time for him and one of the most fulfilling experiences that he has ever had film-making.
Marital comedy, vocal chord tuning, Dancing at Lughnasa, burials and wakes and Cajun royalty, are just some of the offerings around the county on the entertainment front this weekend.
Athlone is once again preparing to welcome drama theatre fans from across the country as the 61st RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival was officially launched this week.
NEXT WEEK, in NUI Galway’s Bank of Ireland Theatre, the Bohermore Youth Drama Group take to the stage for two nights only with their new show, What If?
PORTUMNA’S 2012 Shorelines Arts Festival will be officially opened this evening at 6pm, paving the way for a weekend of music, poetry, theatre, film, and children’s events.
NEXT WEEK at the Town Hall Theatre sees the west of Ireland premiere of John Patrick Shanley’s powerful play Doubt: a Parable.
Love, mystery, comedy, tragedy: it’s all in a night’s work for the merry men and women of Athlone Little Theatre, and never more so than now, as the theatre gets ready to launch Curtain Calls, a never to be repeated celebration of 75 years, from Tuesday April 12.
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.
The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny will host a production of Tenessee Williams’ classic play, The Glass Menagerie, as part of the show’s six venue national tour.