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GALWAY’S BLUE Teapot Theatre Company take to the stage of the Town Hall Theatre on Monday November 24 at 8pm with a welcome revival of their highly-acclaimed play, Sanctuary.
IN NIGERIA, a frightened child puts an old roll of film into the hands of Dublin-bound teacher Sister Martha. In Dublin, Larry, with a wounded backside, has to get out of the city to rob a convent.
FIRST SEEN at last year’s Galway Theatre Festival, where it made a big impression on audiences, Blue Teapot Theatre Company’s play Sanctuary makes a welcome and well-deserved return in the Galway Arts Festival.
IT IS one of the legendary days in Irish rugby. In Thomond Park, Limerick, on Tuesday October 31 1978, Munster took on one of the greatest New Zealand sides of all time - and beat them, 12 - 0. Afterwards All Blacks wing Stu Wilson said : “We were lucky to get nil.”
A local charity, which reaches out to the needy, received more than 3,000 calls for help last year, a 50 per cent increase on 2010.
THE TICKLISH subject of sexual and romantic relationships between intellectually disabled people receives a sensitive and thought-provoking treatment in Christian O’Reilly’s fine new play Sanctuary, presented by Blue Teapot Theatre Company.
LARRY AND Sophie have a thing goin’ on, but when you are a person with intellectual disabilities, finding love, expressing your sexuality, and forming romantic relationships are fraught with difficulty, and perhaps prejudice.
SCIENCE-FICTION, melodrama, comedy, the road movie; big name directors David Cronenberg and Lars Von Trier; and stars such as Kirsten Dunst, Daniel Auteuil, Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen, and Michael Fassbender, will all feature in the Galway Film Society’s winter/spring season.