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A NEW staging of GB Shaw’s Pygmalion, at the Town Hall studio, re-imagines this classic 1912 comedy about gender, class, and identity for the present day and in the theatrical style of Bertolt Brecht. The play, the inspiration of the hit musical My Fair Lady, sees the arrogant Professor Higgins transform common flower seller Eliza into a genteel lady, for a bet.
One of Ireland’s most renowned actors and performers, Des Keogh, is to perform his sparkling new one-man show My Fair Ladies at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday next (June 24) at 8pm.
THE INIMITABLE Des Keogh comes to the Town Hall next week with My Fair Ladies, a new play which he has written and performs about the many women in the extraordinary life of George Bernard Shaw.
Celebrating his 80th year in 2015, one of Ireland’s most renowned actors and performers, Des Keogh, gets to fulfil a lifelong ambition to play legendary Irish man of letters George Bernard Shaw when he takes to the stage at the Roscommon Arts Centre on Saturday May 23.
The Pygmalion Writers’ Group host their second Open Mic Night in The Irishman’s Bar, College St, Carlow at 9pm tonight Thursday, October 2.
The third Pygmalion Writers’ Group Open Mic Night will be a Fancy Dress Hallowe’en Special.
The intense rehearsals for the cast My Fair Lady are finally coming to a close. After a long rehearsal schedule, which commenced on January 12, the cast feel ready to present this grand and refreshing musical.