Search Results for 'Garry Hynes'

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Druid Theatre Company will visit Roscommon Arts Centre this June

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Druid Theatre Company recently announced a 10 venue summer tour of Billy Roche’s THE CAVALCADERS.

Galway’s first Freeman

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On August 31, 1939, Dr Douglas Hyde, President of Ireland, signed his name in Irish in a small leather-bound book as the first Freeman of Galway.

NUIG and Druid announce 10 year partnership

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NUI Galway and Druid Theatre Company have agreed a 10-year strategic partnership building on the existing relationship between the university and the renowned theatre company.

Katie O’Halloran is Marie Mullen Bursary award recipient for 2021-22

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KATIE O'HALLORAN, a Dublin-based interdisciplinary theatre director and creator, was recently chosen as this year’s recipient of Druid’s Marie Mullen Bursary award.

Druid on the radio with a New York murder mystery

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DRUID THEATRE Company is no stranger to the stage at home and abroad, but radio plays are a different matter. That changes this month when Druid performs Sorry, Wrong Number.

‘If we’re not producing theatre, we do not exist, you have to perform’

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A PLAY about love, about art, about relationships, ambition, desire, the declines of the Anglo-Irish gentry, and the emergence of a new society - Anton Chekhov’s tragi-comedy The Seagull, in the acclaimed adaptation by Thomas Kilroy, is all of these things.

Druid to film The Seagull at Coole Park for on demand viewing during arts festival

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DRUID’S PRODUCTION of The Seagull may have sold-out, but Galway will still be able to see the internationally acclaimed company in action, as the shows will be recorded for streaming in September.

GIAF launch 2021 festival programme

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DESPITE ALL the obstacles the Covid-19 pandemic has put in the way, the 2021 Galway International Arts Festival has emerged triumphant, with an impressive, and exciting array of events for the autumn.

Druid, the expression of imagination

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It is hard to believe that it was 46 years ago this week that Druid Theatre first tread the boards. The location was the Jesuit Hall and the play was The Playboy of the Western World. The following night, they put on It’s a two foot six inches above the Ground World by Kevin Laffan and on the third night, it was The Loves of Cass Maguire by Brian Friel.

Druid to stage Chekhov’s The Seagull in Coole Park

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DRUID THEATRE Company will return to Coole Park this summer for a series of live outdoor performances of Chekhov’s The Seagull, directed by Garry Hynes.

 

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