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THREE HOSTAGES, an Irishman, an Englishman, and an American, imprisoned in a cell in the Middle East ,is the setting for Frank McGuinness’s Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me.
FROM EPIC, ancient, voyages to the ‘girls night out’, from stories of bag ladies to the return of Christ, the Galway Fringe Festival theatre strand has it all.
MONDAY MORNING at 10am, a Greek tragedy and a full house, this was the unlikely combination NUI Galway achieved for its inaugural Theatre Season with a fine production of Sophocles’ Electra.
FRANK MCGUINNESS’S adaptation of Sophocles’ Electra will be staged as part of the inaugural NUI Galway Theatre Season.
Television actress and stand-up comedian Sonya Kelly (a regular on RTÉ’s “Savage Eye”) delivers a hilarious and poignant one-woman show, Wheelchair On My Face at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday April 18 at 8pm.
BAGLADY IS a rarely performed play from one of Ireland’s leading playwrights, Frank McGuinness. It has not been seen on an Irish stage for 25 years but its story is as relevant now as when it was first written.
London Classic Theatre presents ‘Ghosts’ by Henrik Ibsen in a new version by Frank McGuinness at the Watergate Theatre next month.
If you love comedy and love surprises – and let’s face it who doesn’t – then you’re going to love the new and improved Pursuit of Happiness. The accidental hit of last year’s Cat Laughs Festival, the
Tonight is the grand finale of Frank McGuinness’ Factory Girls which takes place in Cleeres Theatre on Parliament Street at 8pm
Kats Theatre group, Kilkenny’s amateur dramatic company are shortly to take on the challenging script of Frank McGuinness’s The Factory Girls.
THE LONDON Classic Theatre make a welcome visit to the Town Hall this month with its riveting production of Henrik Ibsen’s powerful play Ghosts in a translation by Frank McGuinness.