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AN EARLY highlight of the Town Hall’s spring season comes around next week with Bryan Burroughs’ hugely acclaimed solo show Beowulf: The Blockbuster.
GALWAY CITY will hold its first competitive drama event when the annual Dunmore One Act Drama Festival is held in An Taibhdhearc from Thursday November 6 to Saturday 8.
The Mayo senior hurling team got off to a winning start last weekend in their first game under newly appointed manager, Christy Philips. The Limerick native had previously acted as a selector under previous manager Murt Connolly during his two years in charge of the side. Last Sunday afternoon in the Connacht Centre of Excellence in Bekan, Mayo faced Donegal in Philips’ first game in charge of the team. Despite having to play without a number of regular starters from the last few years Philips’ side managed to see off the challenge of their Ulster opponents by a single point on a scoreline of 3-7 to 1-12.
IRELAND’S AWARD-winning classics company Second Age comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week with one of Shakespeare’s greatest plays, Macbeth.
As part of its ‘Springtime of Drama’ season, the Town Hall Theatre is presenting Moment, one of the most exciting new Irish dramas of recent years.
MOMENT, THE explosive new drama by Deirdre Kinahan and Tall Tales Theatre Company, is coming to the Town Hall Theatre, from Tuesday April 26 to Saturday 30.
Buccaneers resume All Ireland League action this Saturday when high flying Bruff make a first senior visit to Athlone for a hugely anticipated division 1B clash at Dubarry Park, kick off 2.30pm. The Limerick club, playing at this level for the first time in their short AIL history, have really been on a roll since Buccs defeated them at Kilballyowen Park in their opening home game of this campaign. They have lost just once in the interim and are proving cup specialists with a first ever Munster Senior Cup triumph and have since progressed to the final of the new look All Ireland Senior Cup following a last kick 24-22 win over UCD in the semi-final last Sunday.
TWENTY YEARS after its first staging at the Abbey Theatre, Brian Friel’s classic drama Dancing at Lughnasa comes to the Town Hall next week in an acclaimed new production by Second Age Theatre Company.