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THE MICK LALLY (Druid) Theatre is to host the acclaimed new play, After Sarah Miles, written and directed by Michael Hilliard Mulcahy and performed by Don Wycherley, of Bachelor’s Walk fame.
Over the All Ireland Drama Festival, Athlone Art and Heritage joins in with fringe events offering two workshops and two exhibitions.
A STORY of love, beauty, chicken-chasing, daisy chains, cat-killing, French singing, dress-wearing, en-suite bathrooms, and the day at the pond. These are the ingredients of Pondling, written and performed by Genevieve Hulme-Beaman.
CORE THEATRE College will host a workshop in the Stanislavski method with Sarah O‘Toole on Saturday July 13 and Sunday 14.
THE GALWAY Actors’ Workshop will run its midsummer drama courses with workshops for beginners and experienced actors.
ADRIFT IN a cosmopolitan, technological world, a quartet of strangers seek to connect, but find themselves caught in a web of sexual desire and betrayal.
JOHN DAWSON, the highly respected acting teacher is coming to Galway to give an acting for camera workshops.
THE GALWAY Actors’ Workshop will hold beginners and specialised acting classes for the autumn in the Anno Santo Hotel, Threadneedle Road, Salthill.
THE GALWAY Actors Workshop is offering a series of beginners and specialised acting classes for its spring term.
MAGGIE POLPIN, the central character of John B Keane’s Big Maggie, is one of the author’s most memorable creations and Druid’s new production of the play sees one of Ireland’s finest actresses, Aisling O’Sullivan, take on the role.