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THE MOST unlikely place to meet Lucifer is in an Irish pub. Old Nick could be expected to show up at the crossroads, on a night of torment and temptation, or in the pits of Hell itself, but not down your local! Then again, alcohol is sometimes called 'the demon drink' - so maybe he is always lurking at the bottom of the pint glass.
Athlone Little Theatre starts its run of the popular John Murphy play The Country Boy this Sunday. The play has been staged in various venues throughout the Midlands over the last couple of weeks and has received a rapturous reception. Standing ovations have been received in every venue.
Athlone Little Theatre is staging the fantastic John Murphy play The Country Boy, starting on Sunday November 9.
Two Westmeath women, Frances McGonigle and Anne Rigney, will open their upcoming exhibition in the Dean Crowe Theatre and Arts Centre on Friday September 19 at 7.30pm. The exhibition is titled Two but not 2 and will feature a mixed media collection of paintings and prints.
The latest offering from Athlone Little Theatre is the wonderful Neil Simon play The Gingerbread Lady, which opens tonight, Friday February 21, in the Little Theatre and runs for eight nights until the following Friday February 28.
Fifteen local people who have written poetry, some of them volunteers and staff with Athlone Community Radio share their poetry during For Arts Sake on Athlone Community Radio 88.4fm. Each Wednesday between 6-7pm they bring you a new poet reciting their own piece.
As rehearsals for the Dean Crowe Theatre’s new year pantomime, Treasure Island, enter their final stages, the cast, under the watchful glare of Kori Kilduff, director, and Claudia O’Sullivan, choreographer, are busy “crossing their eyes and dotting their teas” for what promises to be a rip-roaring romp.
Love, mystery, comedy, tragedy: it’s all in a night’s work for the merry men and women of Athlone Little Theatre, and never more so than now, as the theatre gets ready to launch Curtain Calls, a never to be repeated celebration of 75 years, from Tuesday April 12.
Gripping drama, hilarious dialogue, and scary supernatural elements are just some of the rich mix on offer at Athlone Little Theatre towards the end of this month, as the group launches one of the first ever amateur productions of Conor McPherson’s The Seafarer at the theatre in St Mary’s Place. The play opens on Friday February 25.
Athlone Literary Festival hosts a special Valentine’s weekend miscellany upstairs in the Olive Grove on Sunday February 13. Due to the resounding success of the Sunday miscellany event which was held as part of the Athlone Literary Festival last year, the organisers felt that a one year wait for a repeat of the special occasion was far too long.