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THIRTY YOUNG harpists from the Athenry Music School and 15 students of Kiltartan National School will join forces for an event to celebrate WB Yeats.
DON’T YOU Know Who I Am? the acclaimed rock‘n’roll short film written and produced by award-winning Galway author Olaf Tyaransen, will be screened on RTÉ 2.
Eight years after Peter Morgan's play Frost Nixon opened in London, next week Irish theatregoers will have their first chance to see one of the great dramatic pieces of the last decade when Cairde Mol brings the play to the Town Hall.
HIT PLAY, The Year of the Moving Statues, is coming to the Town Hall Theatre. A side-splitting satirical comedy by Kinvara playwright Gerry Conneely, it captures the madness and excitement of summer 1985 when the country’s grottoes began to move en masse.
IRELAND WAS an inspiration to the 19th century Romantic movement, while the Irish Literary movement would inspire the imagination of the 1916 rebels.
DO YOU feel that everywhere you go you cannot escape mention of Euro 2012? For people not in thrall to the ‘beautiful game’ the Cabaret Cafe present the The Same Old Story, a theatre piece, at the Crane Bar on Sunday June 10 at 7pm.
EIGHTEEN YEARS after it was first performed, Eamonn Kelly’s uproarious comedy Religious Knowledge is returning to The King’s Head for two reunion performances featuring the original cast of Gerry Conneely, Tommy Tiernan, Gary McSweeney, and Phillip Sweeny, directed, as before, by Fiona Kelly.