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Westmeath County Council, in conjunction with 30 fellow local authorities is taking part in this year’s #MakeWayDay20 – A National Day of Local Action virtual campaign.
DRUID DEBUTS, the company’s annual rehearsed reading series, will, this summer, become a live online experience featuring four new plays.
Bringing together one of the world’s great classic plays with one of Ireland’s greatest writers, Druid will present Tom Murphy’s version of Chekhov’s masterpiece The Cherry Orchard at Black Box Theatre, Galway and Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin and it will be screened at Mayo Movie World on Thursday, March 5 at 7pm.
DRUID THEATRE'S artist development programme, FUEL, now in its sixth year, announced on Tuesday the recipients of the 2019/2020 bursary. The selected artists are Annie Keegan, Claire Mullane, Johanne Webb, and Barry Cullen.
Druid Theatre Company was founded in May 1975 with the initial aim of providing theatre entertainment for tourists in Galway. It opened with three full length plays on successive nights in the Jesuit Hall. The season was a success so they made the very brave decision to operate the company on a full-time basis. Their productions were presented on a fit-up basis, as were a number of lunchtime shows in the Fo’Castle in Dominick Street. They converted this latter venue into a fully equipped pocket theatre seating 47 people. It was a popular venue, well supported, but there were problems with regard to backstage, storage, and office space.
DRUID THEATRE Company is seeking applications for its second Marie Mullen Bursary, which is open to female theatre artists working in Ireland in the fields of design, directing, and dramaturgy.
DRUID THEATRE Company has announced its four artists for this year's FUEL residency - Tara Breathnach, Mags Keohane, Elaine Mears, and Sarah-Jane Scott - all of whom are based in Galway.
Galway 2020's troubled gestation was dealt a further - and very significant - blow this week, with Galway's leading international theatre company, Druid, announcing it was withdrawing its major international production from the Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture programme.
Senator Alice-Mary Higgins who has led the debate in the Seanad on the Data Protection Bill 2018 which is supposed to give effect to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), has said that despite crucial amendments, she remains very concerned about the Bill.
Dalata Hotel Group last week announced a new three year patronage with Druid Theatre company. The patronage will see Dalata support the Druid from 2018 to 2021, inclusive.