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See Momo’s Dream in Kelly’s and Town Hall

SORCAS QUIRCAS will present an open preview of its new production Momo’s Dream in Kelly’s Bar today at 4pm.

A unique insight into the lives of Gaza’s people

MOHAMED ALTAWIL could have been another Palestinian youth throwing rocks at Israeli soldiers and tanks, but it was his father who encouraged him to seek a different path.

Woody Allen’s Writer’s Block to receive Irish premiere in Town Hall

“I LIKE writing. It keeps my mind off grim subjects. It’s therapeutic in the same way a patient in an institution is given fingerpaints,” so said film maker, writer, actor, and playwright Woody Allen in a 2005 interview.

Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere comes to the stage

GALWAY’S CROI8 Productions will perform the Irish stage premiere of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere at the Town Hall Theatre studio from December 8 to 11.

Keith Farnan - man of the world

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SOMETIMES THE best way to undermine something is to laugh at it. Sometimes the best way to raise a difficult issue and to challenge people to think is not through lecturing, but through humour.

Enda Walsh’s Disco Pigs at Town Hall studio

PIG AND Runt are two 17-year-olds who share everything - birthdays, language, and a desire for destruction as they explode onto the disco scene of ‘Pork’ city.

Krapp’s Last Tape returns to Town Hall Theatre Studio

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Samuel Beckett’s Krapp's Last Tape returns to the Town Hall Theatre Studio by popular demand following a sell-out run last year. The acclaimed production will be performed from Tuesday March 3 to Saturday March 7 at 8.30pm and on Friday March 6 in a special late evening performance at 10.30pm.

Cuban ambassador to speak in Galway

The Cuban ambassador Noel Carrillo will be speaking in Galway about the Cuban revolution in the Town Hall Theatre studio on Thursday April 2 at 8.30pm.

Historical harp concert

THE HISTORICAL Harp Society of Ireland in conjunction with Galway Early Music isdelighted to present ‘the Sound so Melting - Harp Music of the Old Gaelic World and Beyond’ at the Town Hall Theatre Studio on Sunday at 6pm. The concert will feature Ann Heymann, Siobhán Armstrong on early Irish harps, with guest Jimmy O’Brien-Moran on the uilleann pipes

Mick Lally to perform in Town Hall

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MICK LALLY will perform in Last Train From Holyhead, a new theatre piece which examines identity and how the past has a habit of re-emerging whether we like it or not.


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