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Theatre review: The Match Box

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THE IRISH premiere of Frank McGuinness’s 2012 play, The Match Box, is one of the main attractions in this year’s Galway International Arts Festival, all the more so as it features Renmore's Cathy Belton, making her festival debut – and in a one-woman play to boot.

She must be magic - Julie Feeney's new one woman show

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JULIE FEENEY, the Athenry born composer, singer, producer, and orchestrator, is to perform shows in New York and Amsterdam, while her new one woman show is set for a 10 night run in Dublin.

Abbey Theatre brings ‘B for Baby’ to Roscommon Arts Centre

The Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s national theatre, is delighted to announce the nationwide tour of Carmel Winters’ much applauded production of B for Baby from August to November of this year. Directed by Mikel Murfi, the first stage of the B for Baby tour started on Thursday August 4 in the Tampere Theatre Festival in Finland. From there the tour returned to Ireland to begin the nationwide run, covering the length and breadth of Ireland, taking in 14 venues in total. These include theatres in Meath, Laois, Louth, Kerry, Antrim, Donegal, Sligo, Waterford, Carlow, Wicklow, Longford, Cork, Galway, Dublin and of course, Roscommon with a performance at Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday September 30 and Saturday October 1 at 8pm.

Man of Aran Re-imagined debuts in Galway

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INSPIRED BY the traditions of the seanachaí and the Japanese benshi performers, Man of Aran Re-imagined is an exciting and imaginative live presentation and re-telling of the classic 1934 documentary by Robert Flaherty.

All roads lead to Hollymount this weekend

For 45 years now the Hollymount road race has been the highlight of the athletes’ diary in the winter season. All roads again will lead to Hollymount this Sunday November 7 for the 45th Annual Road Race. Hollymount is renowned because of its international appeal with a huge contingent of runners again making their way from the UK and further afield. Things get under way on Sunday at 12 noon with a Fit4Life 8k fun run and walk, at 1pm the u17 boys and girls’ 3k race will go to the start line. Half an hour later the senior women’s 3km will start, with the main event the men’s international 10k going under starters orders at 2pm.

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