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MORE THAN 200 events, featuring international, national, and local artists will take place over the 11 days of the 38th Clifden Arts Festival which runs from September 17 to 27.
Acclaimed playwright and actor Pat Kinevane is bringing his latest solo play, Underneath, directed by Jim Culleton, to the Ballina Arts Centre on Thursday next (July 2) at 8pm.
WRITER AND performer Pat Kinevane comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday, June 23, at 8pm with his latest acclaimed solo play, Underneath. Presented by Fishamble Theatre Company and directed by Jim Culleton, this remarkable piece premiered in December 2014 and is now on a national tour.
SILENT, THE acclaimed play written and performed by Pat Kinevane, dealing with the issue of homelessness, is coming back to Galway.
Ireland’s longest running arts festival, the Clifden Community Arts Festival, begins today, and this year’s programme boasts a line up that includes Mary Coughlan, Mairtín O’Connor, Sharon Shannon, and novelist Dermot Bolger.
Renowned Irish musician, composer, producer and arranger Bill Whelan officially launched the programme of events for the 36th Clifden Community Arts Festival on Monday August 19 at the Clifden Station House Theatre.
WINNER OF the Fringe First and Herald Angel Awards at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe and the Argus Angel at the 2012 Brighton Festival, Silent is back in Galway.
If you’re looking for the very best in new Irish theatre, look no further than actor Pat Kinevane, who delivers two unforgettable theatrical performances at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar next week. On Wednesday, April 10 he will perform Forgotten at 8pm and the following evening, Thursday, April 11 he will put on a performance of Silent also starting at 8pm.
Garrymore Drama Group present Dancing at Lughnasa
As the Renmore Panto prepares to see out 2012 in its usual colourful style, for the rest of Galway’s theatre community it’s time to pack away the greasepaint, well-thumbed scripts, and assorted props and costumes, and reflect upon another year of enterprising and imaginative dramatic activity. It has been a year with some indelible highlights, both from locally-based companies and visiting ensembles, and continuing displays of commitment, energy, and imagination from the city’s smaller and emergent troupes which itself merits a standing ovation given the straitened financial circumstances under which they operate.