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NEXT MONTH’S Galway Film Fleadh will host the premieres of five new Irish films - Patrick’s Day, The Canal, Gold, A Nightingale Falling, and An Bronntanas.
It’s The Real McCoy - a side splitting play set in rural Ireland in 1964 - really is a laugh a line and is set in the kitchen of Madge Molloy who has lived over 40 years of her life wondering why her husband Tom vanished within five months of their marriage. Madge has had to rear her only daughter Maura on her own and needless to say she has become bitter about men in general.
In June 2012 the Mullingar Arts Centre were treated to two sensational nights of sell-out comedy when It’s The Real McCoy rolled into town and the good news is that the play returns for two further performances on Friday February 15 and Saturday February 16 at 8pm.
The Carlton Hotel Galway this week said goodbye to its chef Pat Lynn who has worked in the kitchens since the summer of 1969.
It’s the Real McCoy is a brand new three-act Irish comedy that has been packing in huge audiences around both the west of Ireland and the United States since its first staging in early January 2012. Presented at the Mullingar Arts Centre in aid of the Diabetes Day Clinic at Mullingar Hospital, this production will have you rolling in the aisles with laughter from start to finish.
It is already being hailed as one of the funniest Irish comedy plays to ever hit the stage. After sell-out shows in Claremorris, Tubbercurry, and other venues as well as a US tour that includes Chicago and Milwaukee, Midwest Radio presenter Tommy Marren brings his action-packed play It’s the Real McCoy for two nights only to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Thursday March 29 and Friday March 30.
In the style of the Oxford Holywell Music Rooms, an evening of classical performance will take place at the Archer Room of the Hole in the Wall on Saturday, October 29. This will mark the culmination of the venue’s first Classical Month (2011) and the Franz Liszt (inaugural) festival.
The latest play from popular Athlone playwright Margaret McKenna Mullan, No Harm Done, will be performed in Tuar Ard Theatre, Moate on Friday and Saturday October 1 and 2.
A wonderful, warm and intelligent journalist/farmer passed away last week, leaving thousands of people who knew him saddened and in mourning following his loss.
Hailing from Three Castles, Kilkenny, The Rafter Family is one of Ireland’s newest and most exciting classical music groups. Performing for the first time as a family across the country, they will perform a varied repertoire from the Italian classics to Irish ballads.