Search Results for 'Garrett Keogh'
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VOTED ONE of the top 10 plays of the last decade in the Sunday Times Critics Choice, Conor McPherson’s The Seafarer is a blackly funny, moving and spooky drama. Nomad Theatre Network and Decadent Theatre Company have now mounted a new production of this award-winning play which is coming soon to the Town Hall Theatre as part of a national tour.
TWENTY YEARS after its first staging at the Abbey Theatre, Brian Friel’s classic drama Dancing at Lughnasa comes to the Town Hall next week in an acclaimed new production by Second Age Theatre Company.
ONE MAN shuffles towards a certain death and the other shuffles uncertainly through life. The question Garret Keogh’s new play, Setanta Murphy raises - how to confront death – shines light on another: how to live a life.
Sean O’Casey’s masterpiece Juno and the Paycock will be brought to life at The Royal Castlebar from Monday 3 to Wednesday November 5. Set in the Dublin tenements during the Irish Civil War in 1922, Juno and the Paycock weaves between both tragic and comic elements. The Boyle family, deep in poverty, is made up of father, mother, son and daughter. Jack is a loafer, his wife, Juno, tries to keep things together, son Johnny is crippled from battle wounds in ‘the troubles’, while daughter Mary, is on strike.
‘CAPTAIN’ JACK Boyle is a lout. He can’t be bothered working and prefers to spend his time drinking in Foley’s sung, being the ‘big man’. He’s a hero to the barflies - but what about hiss family?