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Public lecture on the Irish Civil War

The destruction of the Four Courts at the start of the Irish Civil War will be the subject of a public lecture in Galway next week.

New playwrights, new plays

SCRATCH SCRIPTS, an evening of readings of extracts from new scripts by a range of writers, takes place at the Town Hall Theatre studio this Sunday at 7pm.

Beyond Therapy with Orion’s Belt

KINVARA’S ORION’S Belt Theatre Company visit the Town Hall Theatre studio next week with Christopher Durang’s terrific madcap comedy, Beyond Therapy.

ThereisBear! launch spring theatre season

GALWAY THEATRE company ThereisBear! is gearing up for what promises to be an ambitious year with a tour of Ireland and four different productions in the first three months of 2014.

Sandra Coffey - ‘Life can be a bit of a zoo’

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THIS YEAR has been a good year for Sandra Coffey. Not only did she oversee the successful first running of Galway’s Oscar Wilde Festival, she also released her debut album, Morning Zoo, featuring eight self-penned songs, to considerable acclaim.

Caught Red Handed

AP hotel in an autumnal Dublin, where the wife of an ambitious politician secretly meets her old lover after 15 years. She soon discovers how dramatically their lives have changed, yet still determines to bridge the gulf between them and shape their future together, whatever it takes.

Steve Bennett - the hilarity of heartbreak

AS THE song goes, “You’ve gotta suffer if ya wanna sing the blues” and sometimes to make good comedy you have to suffer first before you can find the laughter.

From horses to hilarity

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SHE GREW up in the Irish equestrian heartland of Kildare, in a family that loved telling stories. She earned her comedy apprenticeship at university, moved to London, and found it made her more Irish and more determined to become a comedian.

From horses to hilarity

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SHE GREW up in the Irish equestrian heartland of Kildare, in a family that loved telling stories. She earned her comedy apprenticeship at university, moved to London, and found it made her more Irish and more determined to become a comedian.

‘People focus on the bad stories but there are many good stories’

EXOTIC DANCING’, ‘East European immigrant’; put these two phrases together and straightaway you have the raw materials for a story of sexual exploitation set amid shady nightclubs and sleazy impresarios. Or perhaps not.

 

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