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IT IS 1988 and all eyes are on the western skies. Wide-eyed, wild yet innocent, they watch the jetstream trails over Brandon Mountain. Soon they will be up there on one of the planes bound for a new life across the Atlantic. Big dreams, work hard, get rich, and someday maybe...if things get better they will come back home again.
AN TAIBHDHEARC’S offering for this year’s Galway Arts Festival is An Tíoránach Drogallach, a translation as Gaeilge from Tom Murphy’s play, The Last Days Of A Reluctant Tyrant.
World, European, and Irish premieres in theatre and dance, leading international rock bands, the best in Irish comedy, and an array of international street theatre will all feature in this year’s Galway Arts Festival which takes place from Monday July 15 to Sunday 28.
A NIGHT of short stories, music and song, spoken word, and literary craic will make up Far From Literature We Were Reared in the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 8pm.
DRUID THEATRE Company is coming back to the Town Hall Theatre next week to present a new staging of it’s DruidMurphy event.
IT WAS the undoubted theatrical highlight of 2012 and it was named Best Production in The Irish Times Theatre Awards. Now DruidMurphy returns for a national tour commencing in Galway’s Town Hall Theatre.
DRUID THEATRE’S Garry Hynes, Marie Mullen, along with playwright Tom Murphy, were among those who joined Uachtarán na hÉireann Michael D Higgins in Áras an Uachtaráin over St Patrick’s weekend.
THE IRISH Famine may seem like the last subject to write a comic play about but performer Colm O’Grady has pulled off this singular feat with his acclaimed one-man show Delicious O’Grady which comes to the Town Hall Theatre on April 4 at 8pm.
March’s Mayo Open Coffee Club (MOCC) meeting will take place on Wednesday, March 6, in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar at 9.30am and this month Tom Murphy, managing director of Pamex (www.pamex.ie), will be speaking about exporting and winning business overseas.
Druid Theatre’s celebrated DruidMurphy production scooped three of most prestigious awards at the recent Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards ceremony in Dublin.