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Seven Psychopaths to help build Solas Picture Palace

Galwegians will be among the very first to see Seven Psychopaths, the new film from the Oscar winning writer/director Martin McDonagh, when it receives a gala screening in the Town Hall Theatre.

Mullingar CVG Players present their first play

After many successful years of wowing audiences with their extravagant variety performances, Mullingar Charity Variety Group Players are now extending their repertoire and staging their first play, The Beauty Queen of Leenane. This play is written by Martin McDonagh who also wrote and directed the BAFTA award-winning film In Bruges.

Major new Irish film to premiere at The Eye

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THE GUARD, the major new Irish crime-comedy film, starring Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle, will receive its premiere screening as part of the Galway Film Fleadh on Wednesday July 6 at 7pm in The Eye cinema.

Druid bring The Cripple of Inishmaan to Roscommon

Renowned theatre company Druid bring Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan to Roscommon Arts Centre for three performances only from Thursday to Saturday January 27 to 29. There are a very limited number of seats left for what is one of the highlights of the theatrical season. These three performances mark the beginning of a major 21-week tour and Roscommon Arts Centre is delighted to welcome Druid to the town for their first performance here.

Bening out, Gleeson in for Film Fleadh

Brendan Gleeson, one of Ireland’s finest and most admired actors, will attend this year’s Galway Film Fleadh and take part in the public interview in the Town Hall this weekend.

Martin McDonagh – back to where it all started

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ON FEBRUARY 1 1996, at the Town Hall theatre, Druid presented the world premiere of Martin McDonagh’s Beauty Queen Of Leenane thereby launching one of the most spectacularly successful writing careers in modern theatre.

A look at the highs of entertainment in Kilkenny 2008

Yes, we’re back. A couple of people thought the Kilkenny Advertiser had gone to the great newspaper graveyard in the sky when there was no edition last week, but no, just like most of the rest of the country it was just a little break for the Christmas holiday.

Roscommon Drama Festival – nine nights of the very best in Irish amateur drama

After a hugely successful run last year, Roscommon Drama Festival once again presents a packed nine night programme of theatre from Friday March 6 to Saturday March 14. Opening night welcomes back last year’s winners Cornmill Theatre Company to the stage with Kevin’s Bed by Bernard Farrell. Both funny and bittersweet, this play plays out the events surrounding a 50th wedding anniversary – all is laid bare and truths are told, for better or worse.


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