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THE GALWAY Theatre Festival is in full swing and there are some fine plays for audiences to enjoy over the course of the weekend.
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.
‘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.
HOURGLASS THEATRE Company will hold auditions for its new production Red Handed in the Galway Arts Centre from 11am to 2pm this Saturday.
FOLLOWING WIDESPREAD critical acclaim on its national tour earlier this year, ORion Productions, in association with Blue Moon Theatre Company, presents another opportunity to see The Woolgatherer.
Kinvara-based Orion’s Belt Theatre Company visit the Town Hall Studio next week with Christopher Durang’s terrific madcap comedy, Beyond Therapy. It is the second time the company have presented a Durang play, having staged the same author’s Baby With The Bathwater last year.
NEW GALWAY theatre company ThereisBear! will stage the Pulitzer prize winning play Angels in America, by Tony Kushner, who also wrote the screenplay of Lincoln.
WILLIAM MASTROSIMONE’S award-winning comedy-drama The Woolgatherer hits the Town Hall Theatre next week in an acclaimed Irish premiere staging from Orion Productions in association with Blue Moon Theatre Company.
AFTER ENJOYING a successful run last September with the play The Three Deaths of Eddie, local company Wolf Meets World return to the Town Hall Studio with its latest offering, A Fig For A Kiss.
AT ITS heart, HHhH, the debut work of French journalist Laurent Binet, is about Reinhard Heydrich – head of the Gestapo and criminal police in the Third Reich, deputy leader of the SS, and Protector of Bohemia and Moravia, administering the Nazi occupation of what is now the Czech Republic – and Operation Anthropoid, the British backed plot to assassinate him.