Search Results for 'Town Hall Theatre Studio'

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'There has been too much brushing under the carpet'

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NEW GALWAY theatre company, Omnium Productions, makes its bow in the Town Hall Theatre studio next week with the world premiere of Bernard Field’s provocative play, Shroud.

Hound Of The Baskervilles revisited

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SIR ARTHUR Conan Doyle's celebrated Gothic detective story, The Hound Of The Baskervilles, with Sherlock Holmes investigating sightings of a demonic dog, comes to the stage in a production by Rod Goodall and Steve Johnston.

Examining motive and memory in TAPE

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JON AND Vince, two former schoolfriends, reunite in a dingy motel room. Over the course of the evening, differing perceptions of a past event involving their friend Amy are called into question.

New adaptation of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at Town Hall

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EUGENE IONESCO'S classic 1959 avant-garde play Rhinoceros, will be presented in a new adaptation by John Rogers, and performed by the Galway Actors Studio.

'The younger generation haven’t heard of Walter Macken, that’s why I’ve spent my life promoting him'

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When I meet Ultan Macken for a morning coffee to chat about his one man show, My Father, My Son, the first thing he does is delightedly show me a new Russian edition of Walter Macken’s God Made Sunday.

When social media takes a toll on a relationship

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SOCIAL MEDIA can be about connection and interaction. It can also be a massive distraction, causing people too ignore the world around them, and neglect those closest to them.

The 39 Steps - murder, espionage, and saucy romance

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IT IS a classic British crime thriller novel by John Buchan; made twice into a film by Alfred Hitchcock; and later adapted for theatre by Patrick Barlow. It is The 39 Steps.

Apoptosis - life, and its complicated choices

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WHAT DO you want in life? Money, success, possessions, love? Are these vital to our wellbeing, or are they social constructs we have been persuaded into thinking are the ultimate goals of existence?

Wake - a story of sisterhood and the sea

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THE WORLD premiere of Wake, a feminist retelling of Hans Christian Anderson’s beloved story 'The Little Mermaid', and written by the award-winning author Deirdre Sullivan, will be staged by NoRopes Theatre Company in the Town Hall Theatre studio.

Just Guff - hit local play returns

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WHAT IS it like to be a dedicated member of a political party, working your way up through the ranks, believing in all the party stands for, before seeing that certainty shattered? Just Guff has the answer.

 

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