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One of the notable shows in this year’s Galway International Arts Festival is Maum at An Taibhdhearc, starring David Heap, who is best known for his role in Fair City. The play is based on a true story, this compelling new drama dares to uncover little known facts about a case that is still clothed in secrets and shame.
‘Quenelles of Goldfish’, ‘Piglet Brains and Barley Wine’, ‘Chilli-Chocolate Songbird Hearts’, ‘Fag-Ash & Seaweed Anti-Cupcake’; these might sound like ingredients from a Monty Python sketch but in fact they are all from menus dreamt up by the fiendishly fertile imaginations of The Domestic Godless, an absurdist gastronomic art collective from Cork.
FIFTEEN PER cent of Irish people have had a threesome - that is according to Rough Magic’s new play Jezebel, which comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Monday February 17.
LAST TRAIN From Holyhead, by Galway-based author Bernard Field, comes to the Town Hall in a new production by Out Of Time Theatre Company, and starring Fair City’s Dave Duffy.
THE 2012 visual arts programme for Galway Arts Centre proved successful in 2012, running a selection of critically acclaimed exhibitions showcasing emerging, mid-career and prolific artists, working in a variety of mediums.
TOMORROW SEES the release of Clocks, the third album by Athenry born vocalist/composer Julie Feeney, whose highly individual music straddles the lines between chamber music, pop, indie, folk, and avant garde.
One of Ireland’s most vibrant contemporary dance companies, Junk Ensemble, make a welcome visit to the Town Hall next week with their production Five Ways to Drown.
Pandora Theatre, Kilkenny’s new theatre company, have launched their inaugural event entitled Out of The Box.
SCENES FROM James Joyce’s Ulysses have been imagined, depicted, and interpreted by two Irish artists for an exhibition as part of this year’s Cúirt festival.
Scratcher is a dark, satirical comedy set in a social welfare office on a gloomy Tuesday morning as six unemployed people slowly begin to transform into a revolutionary outfit bent on holding the country hostage. This is social warfare.