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WHEN DERBHLE Crotty takes to the stage as Madame Ranevskaya in Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard this month, it will mark her first appearance with Druid since 2015 and its acclaimed DruidShakespeare production.
IN A first for an Irish theatre company, Druid’s production of Tom Murphy's version of Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard, will be live streamed from the Black Box Theatre, to cinemas across Ireland and the world.
CHEKHOV'S MASTERPIECE The Cherry Orchard, and a tour of Galway as part of the 2020 Capital of Culture events, featuring one-act plays by Lady Gregory and Seán O’Casey, make up Druid's programme of events for next year.
'Furniture is not sentimental. You can love it, but it won't remember who you are.'
Roscommon Arts Centre has unveiled their Spring 2019 events programme and it is going to be another entertaining season of events at the multi-disciplinary venue, with something for every taste.
FURNITURE, SONYA Kelly's smash-hit comedy play of this summer's Galway International Arts Festival, returns next year, for a two night run at the Town Hall Theatre.
Coming to the Town Hall next Wednesday, September 6, is wickedly funny comedy To Hell in a Handbag, written, and performed by Helen Norton and Jonathan White and exploring two minor characters from The Importance of Being Earnest – Miss Prism and Canon Chasuble. A governess and a country rector; models of Victorian propriety in public, but in private? This is the play behind the play: a tale of blackmail, false identity, and money that offers a subversively funny new take on a theatrical classic.
IT HAS been six years since Charlie Murphy, then fresh from the Gaiety School of Acting, first made an impact with audiences in the role of Siobhan in RTE’s Love/Hate, for which she twice won an IFTA as best actress.
There is a real sense of catering to all tastes at the Dean Crowe Theatre for the rest of this year, with a musical, a classic, and a new comedy all set to run at the Left Bank venue.