Search Results for 'Fringe Festival'

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Life and death through the eyes of a child

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A 10-year-old girl struggles to come to terms with her younger brother’s diagnosis, leading her to the big questions in life, and an exploration of loss, hope, and being a big sister.

Funding boost for Ballina Fringe Festival

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Fine Gael Senator Michelle Mulherin has welcomed €13,743.23 in LEADER funding for Ballina Fringe Festival.

Pat Kinevane’s immersive theatre experience at Ballina Fringe Festival

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Festival-goers to this year’s Ballina Fringe Festival will be treated to another show-stopping performance by Cork actor Pat Kinevane, as he brings his latest tour de force, ‘Before’, to Ballina Arts Centre on Tuesday, October 15 with Fishamble Theatre Company.

Tramp Press to explore roots and identity at Ballina Fringe Festival.

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Ballina Fringe Festival welcomes one of its own home to Mayo on Friday, October 11, with the appearance of Cross native Lisa Coen at this year’s Ballina Fringe Festival.

Just Guff on Inis Oírr

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WHAT IS it like to be a dedicated member of a political party, working your way up through the ranks, believing in all the party stands for, and then, to see that certainty and belief shattered?

Cannonball Quay Festival to attract thousands to Ballina

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A visit from very special guests from the Mayo men’s and ladies’ senior football teams, and manager James Horan, accompanied by the National Football League trophy, is set to be a highlight of the Cannonball Quay Festival which takes place on Saturday, September 7 and Sunday, September 8 at the Quay in Ballina. Members of the public will have a chance to meet members of the team from 6pm on Sunday September 8, and maybe even get a chance to kick some ball with some of the county’s footballing heroes.

Father, daughter, and blindness

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THE DYSFUNCTIONAL relationship between a blind father and his sighted daughter is at the heart of the award winning, irreverent, comedy, My Dad’s Blind, which comes to the Town Hall Theatre next month.

Dance show and workshop

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TWO CAN Do, a dynamic dance performance, winner of the Most Innovative Show award at the Limerick Fringe festival, comes to Galway next week as part of an Irish tour.

Week two festival reviews

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MOONFISH'S REDEMPTION Falls was one of the most eagerly anticipated shows in this year’s GIAF and its staging of Joseph O’Connor’s novel abounded in musical and visual invention.

'I have been really open because I don’t want to have secrets anymore'

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‘A hopeful tale of heroin, hooking and happiness’ is the arresting strap-line that goes with Runaway Princess, Mary Goggin’s candid, and multiple award-winning, show about her early years as a drug addict and prostitute and how she overcame them to become a successful actress.

 

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