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ALTHOUGH THEY began as jazz students, Midlake eventually pioneered a kind of 1970s styled, west-coast Americana, which paved the way for Fleet Foxes and Bon Iver.
The 2013 Galway Arts Festival began at the Radisson Blu Hotel on Monday, with special guest Tim O’Connor, chair of The Gathering, declaring the festival officially open to the large crowd of assembled revellers.
ALTHOUGH THEY began as jazz students, Midlake have pioneered a kind of 1970s style west-coast Americana and folk-rock that paved the way for Fleet Foxes and Bon Iver in the process.
With just two weeks to go before DruidMurphy kicks off at the Town Hall Theatre, Druid’s general manager, Tim Smith, takes us behind the scenes of the company’s biggest project to date.
GALWAY AUDIENCES may just catch a glimpse of some acting stars of the future this Sunday, when the students of Core Theatre College present a public showcase of their work at Druid Lane Theatre.
The company started in Boston last February when five feet of snow prevented some of the audience from even reaching the theatre. Since then they’ve had temperatures soar to 45 degrees, clocked up 20,000 miles and next week they’re looking forward to returning home with Druid’s production of The Cripple of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh.
This week Nick Chesterfield, Stage Manager of The Silver Tassie, talks to Druid’s General Manager, Tim Smith, about the technical rehearsals which started this week. Nick has worked with many companies, including Propeller, who on their 2009 world tour brought A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Merchant of Venice to the Galway Arts Festival. Ten years ago Nick trained Tim as a Stage Manager when they worked together at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Earlier this year, Druid launched a new Members and Friends scheme to celebrate the company’s 35th birthday and one of the benefits of becoming a Friend is that you can get closer to what happens on the Druid stage while also supporting the ongoing work of Druid. From as little as €25 you can become a Druid Member and Friends can choose from four categories, starting at €99.
This week, actor Aaron Monaghan - a familiar face on the Druid stage - talks to Druid General Manager Tim Smith about the first week of rehearsals.
Druid’s production of Enda Walsh’s Penelope, the sell out hit of this year’s Galway Arts Festival, is set to be staged in New York and London in the coming months.