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NEXT WEEK sees the unveiling of Druid’s latest epic undertaking, DruidShakespeare, which condenses the four action-packed plays of the Henriad – Richard II, Henry IV (Parts 1 & 2), and Henry V – into one thrilling drama played out across six hours, as adapted by one of Ireland’s finest contemporary playwrights, Mark O’Rowe.
FRESH FROM an acclaimed run at the Dublin Theatre festival, Corn Exchange - one of Ireland’s most innovative theatre companies - come to the Town Hall next week with their bold reworking of Tennessee Williams’ 1950s’ classic, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof.
AND SO the curtain falls on another year of playgoing and diverse theatrical activity; a year that saw much impressive work from both visiting and locally based companies.
SINCE THEIR formation in the mid-1990s, Edward Hall’s all-male Propeller Theatre ensemble have been internationally feted as one of Britain’s most exciting theatre companies. Their appearance at the Galway Arts Festival with the ‘Bardic Brace’ of Merchant of Venice and A Midsummer Night’s Dream ranks high on the list of ‘must-see’ events in this year’s programme.