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HANNAH QUINN, daughter of renowned Irish film-maker Bob Quinn, will screen her debut short film, My Bonnie, in the Town Hall Theatre as part of this year's Galway Film Fleadh.
The HSE raised concerns in 2012 that up to 1,000 babies may have been illegally adopted to the United States, in “a scandal that dwarfs other, more recent issues with the church and state,” according to a report in the Irish Examiner.
FIVE YEARS after its premiere, Bernard Field’s tense psycho-drama, The Early Hours, returns to the Town Hall Studio next week in a new production from Field’s own Haw Theatre Company.
Parke Drama Group is to present its first production in the newly renovated Parke Community Hall next weekend.
This March Mullingar Arts Centre adds comedy to their spring line-up, but not just any comedy, possibly the funniest comedy ever written as Mullingar’s Rail Theatre Group take on Ray Cooney’s hilarious Run For Your Wife!
After the success of Factory Girls in May 2012, Little Brother Productions are set to put their spin on the Ray Cooney comedy Why Not Stay For Breakfast? from October 16-18 at Mullingar Arts Centre.
In less than a week’s time the Mullingar Student Players go back in time to the 1690s to bring Arthur Miller’s The Crucible to life.
In 2003, a group of talented youngsters from the Mullingar area were assembled by centre director Sean Lynch. The group collectively became known as the Mullingar Student Players.
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 a sell-out run at the Mullingar Arts Centre two weeks ago, Rail Theatre Company’s production of Move Over Mrs Markham has been scheduled for a re-run next month; suarely the ultimate accolade for any theatrical production!