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There is a real sense of catering to all tastes at the Dean Crowe Theatre for the rest of this year, with a musical, a classic, and a new comedy all set to run at the Left Bank venue.
TOMORROW'S STAGING of John B Keane's much loved comedy The Matchmaker is almost sold-out [May 15], but there are still tickets available to the Saturday May 16 performance.
Well-known Westmeath actress Mary McEvoy has been nominated for an award in the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards 2011.
MARY MCEVOY will star in Fruitcake, a theatre show by Alice Barry, which will be performed in the restaurant at University Hospital Galway this Saturday at 4.30pm.
Mary McEvoy, one of Ireland’s best-loved actresses, will launch her first book How The Light Gets In, in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop on Tuesday April 26 at 6.30pm.
MICK LALLY’s life and work will be remembered and celebrated this Sunday from 5pm when Sean Tyrrell, Johnny Mulhearn, Wally Page, Johnny Moynihan, Tony Small, Lena Ullman, Eugene Lambe, Terry Smith, and Mary Staunton take to the stage for Music and Song Tribute to Mick Lally in Monroe’s Live.
The late, great, Mick Lally, will be remembered on TG4 next week with the broadcast of Cairdeas, the final television work in which he starred.
The life and work of the late, great Mick Lally will be celebrated on TG4’s primetime arts series Imeall tonight at 10pm and will be repeated on Tuesday at 8pm.
THE MATCHMAKER is second only to Glenroe in terms of being synonymous with the actors Mick Lally and Mary McEvoy, and the duo return to the stage in John B Keane’s hilarious play.
Glenroe native Mary McEvoy stars in Cecelia Ahern’s first play Mrs Whippy at Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday April 28.