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THE FIRST ‘homegrown’ theatre highlight of the year is Theatrecorp’s staging of one of the greatest of all Jacobean tragedies - John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi - in the Black Box Theatre on Tuesday February 3. First staged around 1614, it is a dark and bloody drama about class, corruption, power, intrigue, murder, and madness.
DOOMED ROMANCE, violence, revenge, and misogyny erupt into force in The Duchess Of Malfi, one of the greatest tragedies of English renaissance drama, yet one that is rarely performed in Ireland.
DECEMBER 30, and as 2014 makes its valedictory bow, and takes its final curtain call, before tomorrow exiting the stage - to appreciative applause, naturally - while bright-eyed and bushy-tailed 2015 waits in the wings for its turn in the limelight.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre has just unveiled details of its programme for the first few months of 2015 and there is no shortage of exciting theatre shows to look forward to, from both local and visiting companies.
Autumn is definitely here and it is time to start choosing what to do with those colder, darker, evenings. Why not consider taking a drama class to brighten things up?
POWER CORRUPTS and the repression of sexuality produces not virtue but demons that lead to the warping of human relationships. In a sexually and politically repressive society the stage is set for the perversion of both human behaviour and of justice.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre will again host its Theatre Club offer in 2013 which, for €50, will allow members attend four selected shows.
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.
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.
ONE OF the high-points of the current Town Hall Theatre season hits the stage next week with Tennessee Williams’s autobiographical memory play, The Glass Menagerie.