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Dave McSavage - he’s not giving up
DAVID MCSAVAGE, the ‘enfant terrible’ of Irish comedy, makes a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh on Friday February 6 at 8.30pm as part of his Don’t Give Up tour.
Brighten up your autumn evenings at the Galway Actors Workshop
Autumn is definitely here and it is time to start choosing what to do with those colder, darker, evenings. Why not consider taking a drama class to brighten things up?
Belvedere to host Mullingar’s latest drama
After the success of last year’s Beauty Queen of Leenane, Mullingar Charity Variety Players are to stage their second play, Hugh Leonard’s Da, in the Belvedere atrium from March 20-23.
Comedian Jon Kenny goes back to front at the Town Hall Theatre
AFTER SUCCESSFULLY battling Hodgkin’s disease more than eight years ago, Limerick-born comedian Jon Kenny has made a remarkable return to form and Galway audiences are in for a treat when Kenny brings his show to the Town Hall Theatre from Thursday July 31 to Saturday August 2.
Saoirse to step onto Carlow’s property ladder?
As if she is not busy enough preparing for her role in the new Danny DeVito film The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle alongside Pierce Brosnan and Morgan Freeman, Carlow star Saoirse Ronan is house-hunting, and soon she could be your neighbour!
Roscommon Drama Festival is launched
The 2009 Roscommon Drama Festival is gearing up to be another unmissable event with nine nights of fantastic drama and competition kicking off on Friday March 6 in Roscommon Arts Centre.
Marina Carr’s Woman and Scarecrow at the Town Hall
“Why didn’t I have more sex when I could have?”
On-screen marriages and mid-life crisis
Colin Murphy seems concerned. One of The Panel’s best known and loved comedians, he is reflecting on his on-screen partnership with Neil Delamere.