Search Results for 'Edinburgh Festival Fringe'

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Acclaimed solo play comes to the Watergate

A testament of human fortitude against all the elements of Antarctica, Tom Crean – Antarctic Explorer is brought to life in this dramatic solo performance at the Watergate in Kilkenny.

Around the World on 80 Quid

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AINDRAIS DE Staic has made the headlines in theatre internationally for his acclaimed one man shows, and his best known show is coming back to Galway.

Jason Byrne to play Town Hall this month

THE BRILLIANT Jason Byrne, the manic, high energy comedian, and one of the very best in the business, is coming back to Galway.

Jason Byrne brings his hit Edinburgh show to town

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Fresh from a sell out year at the Edinburgh festival Jason Byrne takes his fringe show Jason Byrne 2010 to all of his favourite Irish venues including Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday November 5. Jason Byrne is an exciting live stand up performer, as anyone who has seen him will testify.

Hit play Little Gem for Town Hall

AFTER SELL-out seasons in New York, London, and Paris and a sold-out seven week run at Ireland’s National Theatre and a run at the Olympia, Gúna Nua and Civic Theatre bring the smash-hit bittersweet comedy Little Gem to the Town Hall Theatre on Monday October 18 and Tuesday 19.

Theatrical hat trick for Druid and Enda Walsh

DRUID AND playwright Enda Walsh won the Edinburgh Fringe First Award for Penelope, which is currently running at the Traverse Theatre in the Scottish capital.

A roll call of great comics coming to The Laughter Lounge

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LORD BYRON once said “Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine.” He was echoed in this by Doris Lessing who declared “Laughter is by definition healthy.”

Limbik Theatre company brings The Harbour to the Linenhall

Limbik Theatre Company presents an evening of enthralling and engaging physical theatre with its dazzling production The Harbour at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday April 8 at 8pm. This funny, moving and visually arresting contemporary tale is inspired by old stories of seal-women. The Harbour follows a daughter’s journey back to her island home, where she finally learns why her mother abandoned her as a child. With haunting live music accompaniment this show explores the fragile nature of the relationships that give us shelter, and a safe haven, in a chaotic and unpredictable world.

Limbik Theatre company brings The Harbour to the Linenhall

Limbik Theatre Company presents an evening of enthralling and engaging physical theatre with its dazzling production The Harbour at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday April 8 at 8pm. This funny, moving and visually arresting contemporary tale is inspired by old stories of seal-women. The Harbour follows a daughter’s journey back to her island home, where she finally learns why her mother abandoned her as a child. With haunting live music accompaniment this show explores the fragile nature of the relationships that give us shelter, and a safe haven, in a chaotic and unpredictable world.

Ricky Gervais’ friend to headline The Comedy Club

London based Irish comic Johnny Candon, one of the stars of Ricky Gervais’ Extras, headlines The Comedy Club at Cuba* this Friday.

 

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