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Four entrepreneurial Erris teenagers have generated quite a stir with their transition year school project.
It was Ronald Reagan who first introduced me to John Arden and Margaretta D’Arcy. Well, indirectly. I’ll get back to that in a minute.
On October 22 1959 an unusual play opened at the Royal Court theatre, London; a theatre never afraid to be different. It had after all presented John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger* three years previously - a play which rocked the establishment, and transformed English drama for ever. The critics adored it, it played to full houses every night, and it made lots of money for everyone concerned.
IT’S SPRING time, and that means the KATS - the Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Society - are on the prowl again! To start off a new decade, the award-winning drama group are taking something old (125 years old, in fact) and modernising it.
THIS SATURDAY at the Galway City Museum, renowned playwright and novelist John Arden will launch his new collection of short stories, Gallows and other tales of Suspicion and Obsession.