Search Results for 'Mick Donnellan'

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Ballinrobe writer launches new novel

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Well known Ballinrobe novelist and playwright Mick Donnellan has just launched a new crime caper.

‘I wanted something like an Irish version of Dante’s Inferno’

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Dark and audacious, Fisherman’s Blues, the rambunctious new novel from playwright, novelist, and screenwriter Mick Donnellan covers a myriad of genres from crime noir to comedy with an odd bit of religion for good measure.

Emigrant tales in Cathal Leonard’s Forgotten Me

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The milieu of the London Irish and changing face of the emigrant experience form the backdrop to Forgotten Me, a new play by Cathal Leonard which runs at the Town Hall studio next week.

Mick Donnellan - tuning in to Radio Luxembourg

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PLAYWRIGHT AND novelist Mick Donnellan is not a man to rest on his laurels. Having enjoyed popular and critical acclaim for Gun Metal Grey, Sunday Morning Coming Down, and Shortcut To Hallelujah, he continues to press forward.

Ballinrobe author lands stellar cast for big screen adventure

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Successful Ballinrobe author Mick Donnellan is bringing his story of a tiger kidnapping gone wrong to stage in Galway for one of the city’s premier arts festivals.

Galway Fringe Festival - a fortnight of events

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MORE THAN 100 events will take place during the Galway’s Fringe Festival which runs from July 12 to 28, including a new play by Mick Donnellan, author of Gun Metal Grey.

Looking back on theatre 2012

By Charlie McBride

Crime debut novel from Ballinrobe

El Niño is the debut crime novel from Ballinrobe writer Mick Donnellan. Having had an immensely successful year in the theatre for 2011 and 2012, Donnellan’s artistic merits are now also being recognised in the fiction world.

Gun Metal Grey returns

By Charlie McBride

Velvet Revolution comes to Campbellā€™s Tavern

THE TIRELESS Truman Town Theatre are in Campbell’s Tavern, Cloghanover, Headford, this weekend for two performances of their latest hit play, Velvet Revolution, written and directed by Mick Donnellan.

 

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