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Delorentos - acoustic Galway concert
DELORENTOS HAVE announced Galway as part of their Home Again Acoustic Tour which takes place across Ireland in November and December. The Galway date taking place in the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday December 3 at 8pm.
Gemma Bovery to open new GFS season
GEMMA BOVERY, the French film starring English actress Gemma Arterton, opens the Galway Film Society's Winter Season 2015, when it is screened in the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday September 20 at 8pm.
Johnny Duhan - new album and Town Hall show
JOHNNY DUHAN, one of Ireland's leading songwriters, best known for 'The Voyage' covered by Christy Moore, plays his first Galway concert in two years, at the Town Hall Theatre, on Friday September 18 at 8pm.
A child-delighting feast of shows
FOR THOSE of us blessed with kids, or who can borrow kids, a highlight of the year is the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children. So it was with great delight that your trusty correspondent attended the Monday evening launch for this year’s festival where details of the 2015 programme were unveiled.
Kicking Oscar’s Corpse
A FASCINATING story connected to Oscar Wilde arrives at the Town Hall Theatre next week with Brendan Murphy’s Kicking Oscar’s Corpse. Set against the backdrop of WWI, the play centres on a libel case brought about by the dancer Maud Allan against the right wing British MP Noel Pemberton-Billing in 1918.
A host of great events for Ballinasloe culture night
There is a host of entertaining events taking place next weekend as part of Ballinasloe culture night.
Theatre review: Vernon God Little
THE MAN sitting behind me laughed uproariously. Volleys and explosions of mirth erupted from other punters nearby. A standing ovation greeted the final curtain. Yet Vernon God Little completely bypassed my own funnybone and that is nothing to do with Decadent’s fine stage adaptation of DBC Pierre’s Booker-winning novel. His brand of humour just doesn’t float my boat.
Patricia Routledge in conversation at the Town Hall
"SHE'S SINGING at me! She's always singing at me!" the beleaguered and long suffering divorcee Emmet would utter in panic stricken moments whenever Hyacinth Bucket ("it's pronounced 'Bouquet!") crossed his path in the classic sit-com Keeping Up Appearances.