Search Results for 'Town Hall Theatre Studio'

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A Seminar like no other from SamePage

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FOUR STUDENTS enter a seminar room and come fact to face with the harshest critique of their lives. They can wither under the storm, or band together and face it head on. Which will they do?

Chris Kent - new show at Town Hall

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CHRIS KENT has children and therefore feels guilty about his contribution to global over population. He is coming to terms with being called “well trained” for carrying out basic tasks. He also loves his clothes horse.

Aidan Greene - Did I Stutter?

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AIDAN GREENE had a stutter, still has a stutter, but overcame it to become a comedian admired by Tommy Tiernan, and who is now touring a show about what he call "this sexy, silent disability".

See Galway's latest one-act plays

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THEATRE ROOM Galway is a monthly showcase of original one-act plays that are written, directed and performed by local theatre makers of all stripes, from professional to amateur.

See the latest one-act plays

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THEATRE ROOM Galway is a monthly showcase of original one-act plays that are written, directed and performed by local theatre makers of all stripes, from professional to amateur.

Gearóid Farrelly - Alchemy

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IN THE mediaeval world, those who practised alchemy sought to turn lead into gold, and believed that everything around us contains a universal spirit, and that all metals were spiritually and physically immature form of higher metals such as gold.

Why the 1798 Rebellion is the 'pivotal point' in Irish history

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IN 1798 three major ideas erupted into Irish politics and thought – Irish Protestants created Irish Republicanism and asserted that Irish people had the right to self-determination; and that Irishness itself could – should – be a broad and inclusive identity.

Life and death through the eyes of a child

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A 10-year-old girl struggles to come to terms with her younger brother’s diagnosis, leading her to the big questions in life, and an exploration of loss, hope, and being a big sister.

Looking at the life of Walter Macken

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WALTER MACKEN was one of the finest writers to emerge from the west of Ireland in the 20th century, and one of the most popular, but in recent decades his work has fallen into neglect.

Maud Gonne - more than just Yeats' muse

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ENGLISHWOMAN, IRISH republican, suffragette, activist, actor, writer, and muse to WB Yeats, Maud Gonne was one of the most prominent figures in late 19th and early 20th century Ireland.

 

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