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"WE ARE stardust, we are golden," sang Joni Mitchell on her iconic song ‘Woodstock’ and a similar idea informs Starseed by Killian Glynn, which receives its premiere from Eva’s Echo Theatre Company at the Town Hall Theatre studio next week.
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.
'The younger generation haven’t heard of Walter Macken, that’s why I’ve spent my life promoting him'
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.
The fraught world of social media and messaging apps as it impacts on the lives of teenagers is explored in Typing, a timely play by young writer/director Eibhleann Caffrey coming to the Town Hall studio.
A FLURRY of locally-produced plays have graced Galway’s stages over the past few weeks, the most of impressive of them being Brú Theatre’s Selvage at the Mick Lally Theatre, written and performed by James Riordan and deftly directed by Lara Campbell.
HANS CHRISTIAN Andersen’s The Little Mermaid was first published in 1837 and since then it has inspired countless adaptations in print, film, TV and theatre. The latest is Deirdre Sullivan’s dark west of Ireland spin on the story, Wake.
GALWEGIANS LOOKING to get into acting in 2019, or actors who feel they need to brush up on their skills for stage or TV, should take a look at the new series of classes from the Galway Actors Workshop.
20 SHADES Of Pencil Grey, an exhibition of pen and ink drawings by the Galway artist and writer Jim Ward, is currently running at the Renzo Café and Gallery on Eyre Street.
Widely revered as one of Ireland’s finest interpreters of song, Seán Tyrrell is in the Town Hall Theatre studio next week with Message of Peace, his celebration of Irish hero John Boyle O’Reilly (1844-1890).
This year Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Society celebrates its 20th anniversary and will mark that auspicious milestone in April with a staging of Brian Friel’s classic drama, The Loves of Cass Maguire, in the Town Hall Theatre.