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For many years theatre in Galway was represented by regular productions from An Taibhdhearc and occasional productions by the Dramatic Society in UCG. Occasionally, other groups appeared but they never seemed to survive for very long — The Lamplighters, The D And I, The Galway Little Theatre Company, etc. Most of these were enthusiastic amateurs who often put on memorable shows. In 1969 an attempt was made to introduce semi-professional theatre to the city with the formation of The Galway Repertory Theatre, and two years later Frank Bailey founded the Celtic Arts Theatre, but sadly, both of these companies were short lived.
IT IS all systems go with Druid at the moment as rehearsals proceed apace for the forthcoming production of DruidMurphy, comprising three of Tom Murphy’s greatest plays; Famine, Whistle In The Dark, and Conversations On A Homecoming.
AND SO another year winds down and, over a seasonal mince pie and mulled wine, we can reflect on the past 12 months of Galway play-going.
BAGLADY IS a rarely performed play from one of Ireland’s leading playwrights, Frank McGuinness. It has not been seen on an Irish stage for 25 years but its story is as relevant now as when it was first written.
The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny will host a production of Tenessee Williams’ classic play, The Glass Menagerie, as part of the show’s six venue national tour.
THIS YEAR is the 100th anniversary of the birth of the great American playwright, Tennessee Williams, and to mark the occasion the Town Hall Theatre and TheatreCorp are presenting a new production of one of his finest plays, The Glass Menagerie.
PIANIST BARRY Douglas, illusionist Keith Barry, comedian Des Bishop, singer Johnny McEvoy, and classic plays by Tennessee Williams, Brian Friel, and Shakespeare all feature in the Town Hall’s programme over the coming months.
Hilarious comedies, heartrending drama, and a hell of a lot of fun; these were the headline items as Athlone Little Theatre launched its programme for the 2008/09 season on Monday September 8.
Actress & writer Susie Lamb and composer Sam Jackson (piano) create a unique listening experience for lovers of music, storytelling, live performance & theatre. Text and music interact and draw from each other to create an intense storytelling experience. An old tale told with a new slant: a princess who waits for her love to return. A meditation with live music.
THE THEATRE director, writer, and actor Max Hafler will give a series of acting workshops in the Galway Arts Centre.