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THEATRE LOVETT brings its unique brand of theatrical magic to the Town Hall Theatre next week with its latest touring show, The Girl Who Forgot To Sing Badly, by Australian author Finegan Kruckemeyer.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre has just unveiled details of its programme for the first few months of 2015 and there is no shortage of exciting theatre shows to look forward to, from both local and visiting companies.
The 18th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children is in full swing with four more days of great shows and exhibitions for you to enjoy, not to mention the spectacular Amococo at the Spanish Arch. Over the last few weeks we’ve been hearing from Baboró enthusiasts about why they’re proud to be Baboró Ambassadors. This week, we hear from James Harrison...
THEATRE LOVETT, one of Ireland’s most exciting companies for young and old alike, invite you into a world of radio waves, sorrowful partings, and hilarious slapstick comedy in Mr Foley, The Radio Operator which comes to the Town Hall Studio on Saturday February 1 for two afternoon performances.
Revisit the old-fashioned world of radio waves and Morse code as Mr Foley the Radio Operator comes to the Mullingar Arts Centre.
The Town Hall recently unveiled its programme for the early months of the new year and it contains some real gems for theatre-goers to look forward to. There are plays featuring Beckett, Joyce, Martin McDonagh, and Pat McCabe, the Rough Magic and Decadent Theatre Companies, to name but a few in a line-up combining classics with exciting new works.
The Bank Holiday Weekend is over, and here at Linenhall Arts Centre the dust is settling after another great RoolaBoola Children’s Arts Festival. And what a weekend it was! There was laughter with actor Louis Lovett as he acted up a storm of wonderful characters in Jack McNally’s Hotel, we shed a measured tear at Branar’s beautiful puppet theatricals, we thrilled to the animated antics of a Parisian cat and saw a mouse get the better of a Gruffalo. And even better than all that, hundreds of young people brought their imaginations and creativity to the Linenhall and got busy with loads of brilliant art workshops, enjoying a range of top quality arts experiences over the weekend. The Linenhall’s café bustled with parents and families as their young ones painted, sang, acted, composed, told and listened to stories, brought their favourite toy to life and found out how long a piece of string was.
You may know him best as Dieter Langer in RTÉ’s Killinascully, but actor Louis Lovett is more than just a German cheese seller from the television. He is in fact one of Ireland’s most experienced and critically acclaimed performers for children, and he is currently starring in Theatre Lovett’s superb new theatrical experience for young people, The House that Jack Filled, which will be staged as part of the Linenhall Arts Centre’s, Roolaboola, Children’s Art Festival on Friday, October 26 at 7.30pm and Saturday, October 27 at 2.30pm. Over the past 20 years Louis has worked with children of all ages through theatre and music with many companies including The Abbey Theatre, TEAM Educational Theatre Company, The Chester Beatty Library, and The Ark, A Cultural Centre for Children.
RoolaBoola, the Linenhall Arts Centre’s annual arts funfest, is back for young people of all ages and their families over the coming October Bank Holiday weekend, from Saturday October 29 to Monday October 31.
MRS C wants a baby, not a Christmas tree. B wants a real hairdresser’s scissors and a wife. D wants a snow globe and “a big head of dirty auld curls”. All of them want their own place in the world, and if they can’t find it, they will create one of their own.