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What lies Underneath

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WRITER AND performer Pat Kinevane comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday, June 23, at 8pm with his latest acclaimed solo play, Underneath. Presented by Fishamble Theatre Company and directed by Jim Culleton, this remarkable piece premiered in December 2014 and is now on a national tour.

Donal O’Kelly back with Little Thing, Big Thing

IN NIGERIA, a frightened child puts an old roll of film into the hands of Dublin-bound teacher Sister Martha. In Dublin, Larry, with a wounded backside, has to get out of the city to rob a convent.


ON THE night of September 29 2008, the then Taoiseach Brian Cowen and minister for finance Brain Lenihan decided to guarantee Ireland’s banks – to the tune of €440 billion.

Out & About in Mayo

Noel Hoban sings for Suicide Awareness

Stunning theatre double at the Linenhall

Starring actor par excellence Pat Kinevane, Fishamble Theatre Company presents two dazzling nights of theatre at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar: Forgotten on Wednesday, April 10, at 8pm, and Silent on Thursday, April 11, at 8pm.

Wheelchair On My Face

FRESH FROM winning a Fringe First Award at Edinburgh, Sonya Kelly’s acclaimed one-woman show, The Wheelchair on My Face, comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week for one night only.

Theatre reviews: Galway Arts Festival

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JULIAN GOUGH’S The Great Goat Bubble first saw the light of day as an article for The Financial Times in 2003.

Pat Kinevane, remembering the Forgotten

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TWO MONTHS after he delighted Town Hall audience with his acclaimed solo show Silent, actor Pat Kinevane makes a welcome return to next week with Forgotten, his equally lauded one-man piece on old age and care of the elderly.

Pat Kinevane’s Silent back for one night only

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ONE OF the most talked about shows at last year’s Galway Arts Festival was Silent, written and performed by Pat Kinevane and produced by Dublin’s Fishamble Theatre Company.

Chico and Rita at Ballina Film Club

Chico and Rita is the next screening at Ballina Film Club on Tuesday night November 1. Set in Cuba in 1948, Chico is a young piano player with big dreams. Rita is a beautiful singer with an extraordinary voice. Music and romantic desire unites them, but their journey – in the tradition of the Latin ballad, the bolero – brings heartache and torment. From Havana to New York, Paris, Hollywood and Las Vegas, two passionate individuals battle impossible odds to unite in music and love. Oscar-winning director Fernando Trueba (Belle Epoque) and Catalan designer Javier Mariscal create a passionate, animated Cuban love story. Admission is €5.

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