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Perhaps the biggest surprise of all was that one day, while Tom Kilroy was in Leaving Cert, an Adonis walked through St Kieran’s College. He inquired, in a very magisterial manner, where was one to find the headmaster.
TWO OF Ireland's best loved actors, Mary McEvoy and comedian Jon Kenny, are coming to the Town Hall Theatre to star in John B Keane's much loved comedy, The Matchmaker.
THE THEME of the returned emigrant has driven landmark Irish plays such as John B Keane’s The Field, Brian Friel’s The Loves Of Cass Maguire, and Tom Murphy’s Conversations On A Homecoming.
THE MATCHMAKER based on the novella “Letters of a County Matchmaker” by JOHN B. KEANE, one of Ireland’s most celebrated writers, returns to the Town Hall Theatre, Westport on Saturday, October 6th at 8pm.
After an absence of almost 20 years, the Esso trophy is returning to its spiritual home of Athlone.
GALWAY MUSICAL Society encamps in The Black Box Theatre for the first week of May with its bravura staging of The Hired Man, which is based on Melvyn Bragg's stirring novel of Cumbrian rural and industrial working life.
The Claremorris Drama and Fringe Festival got up and running for its 2018 season last night with a performance of John B Keane's, Big Maggie by the Corofin Drama Group from Clare.
It is that time of year again, as the annual Roscommon Drama Festival returns with nine nights of entertainment on the way.
MAGGIE POLPIN is a mother, a widow, and a shop owner. Not only does she have these three roles to contend with, she must also battle against the expectations, morals, and judgments of her small town neighbours.
Athlone Little Theatre starts the year off with a captivating portrayal of fluctuating family relationships, in their production of Niall Williams' The Way You Look Tonight.