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FOR SOME 25 years, Gary Lydon has been among the most stalwart of Irish actors with a string of acclaimed performances on stage, television, and film. His credits include leading roles in Billy Roche’s Wexford Trilogy, TV series The Clinic - for which he won two IFTAs - and the films Calvary, Small Engine Repair, and Michael Collins.
Award winning performer and the creator of a number of highly acclaimed one-man shows, Aindrias de Staic, is bringing his popular Man from Moogaga show to Belmullet.
Roscommon Arts Centre is delighted to welcome back Fishamble: The New Play Company with their production of Swing, a new show about dancing, music, and love - and not settling, and being brave, and having doubts, and giving it a lash, and trying your best! With rock and roll music, it’ll make you want to dance! Winner of the Bewley’s Little Gem Award at Dublin Fringe Festival 2013, Swing comes to Roscommon on Thursday July 17 at 8pm.
THE END of the world takes place in the Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street, tomorrow evening. It has been foretold, there is no going back. It will happen.
EUGENE O’BRIEN’S award-winning play Eden is about to get a major new production from Decadent Theatre Company and will open at the Town Hall Theatre before embarking on a national tour.
The committee of volunteers behind Ballymahon’s multi award-winning boutique music festival Helium are delighted to announce the presentation of over €8,000 to Ataxia Ireland following the Helium 2012 events and awareness campaign surrounding the cause.
FIVE SHORT plays by Samuel Beckett, including one translated into Gaeilge, will be staged as part of the Galway Theatre Festival.
The Helium Micro Music Festival crew are delighted to announce that Delorentos have been added to the festival’s main stage line-up for 2012. The Dublin-based band will play the Helium Main Stage just before bill toppers Ash and their blend of critically acclaimed alternative rock is sure to set the scene perfectly before the last act of the night.
“When I’m finished with this role, I’ll definitely see changes in the way that I play the role between the first night and the last. That’s one of the great things about acting on the stage, in a great production like this,” said Aisling O’Sullivan, who is currently playing the lead role in The Druid’s production of John B Keane’s Big Maggie. The play is classic tale of money, land, secret sex and family life and she took some time out of her schedule this week to speak to the Mayo Advertiser ahead of the show’s stop off in The Royal Theatre next Tuesday and Wednesday, December 6 and 7.
MAGGIE POLPIN, the central character of John B Keane’s Big Maggie, is one of the author’s most memorable creations and Druid’s new production of the play sees one of Ireland’s finest actresses, Aisling O’Sullivan, take on the role.