Search Results for 'Man Of Aran'

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Poitín, Pimms, and popcorn with Thursdays at the Taibhdhearc

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See the best of Irish films on stage in a new season of films celebrating Irish culture and literature, Thursdays at the Taibhdhearc.

Lost Irish language ‘talkie’ featuring Man of Aran cast discovered in Harvard archives

The first Irish language ever made has premiered at a renowned Italian festival of rediscovered and restored film; the short, by Man of Aran director Robert Flaherty and featuring some of the main cast of the Aran feature, was thought to have been lost forever when all known copies were destroyed in a fire more than 70 years ago.

Journey to Aran at the Town Hall

WHETHER IT be Robert Flaherty’s Man Of Aran or that legendary Guinness advert from the late 1970s, the Aran Islands have held a fascination for film-makers.

The Cripple of Inishmaan returns to Town Hall

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FRESH FROM a hugely successful tour of the United States, Druid’s smash-hit staging of Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan makes a welcome return to the Town Hall for three nights only.

Liam Ó Maonlaí at his best in Kilkenny

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Liam Ó Maonlaí is paying Kilkenny fans regular visits these days and we welcome him with open arms.

Mise Raiftearaí – An Fíodóir Focal

Craolfar clár speisialta faoin bhfile agus cumadóir amhrán, Antoine Raiftearaí ar TG4 ar oíche chinn bliana, 31 Nollaig, ag tosú 7.45in.

Martin McDonagh – back to where it all started

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ON FEBRUARY 1 1996, at the Town Hall theatre, Druid presented the world premiere of Martin McDonagh’s Beauty Queen Of Leenane thereby launching one of the most spectacularly successful writing careers in modern theatre.

A tongue-in-cheek view of Galway for TULCA

GALWAY HAS inspired many songs, poems, and stories, all of which have been great for tourism and for romanticising the city and county. Now one American artist will examine this through a clever and quirky exhibition for TULCA.

TULCA 2009 - challenging and provocative art in Galway

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ANIMALS PERFORMING Aesop’s Fables, a film about shopkeepers, birds, and children, and the questions Arthur Miller and Bertolt Brecht faced from the House Committee of Un-American Activities, are just some of the things Galway can expect to see and hear at TULCA 09.

 

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