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The Third Policeman, the celebrated novel written by Irish writer Brian O’Nolan, is to be turned into a stage adaptation for the Town Hall Theatre.
The team at the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, believe we all should have access to the very best creative experiences there are. That is why they are bringing us RoolaBoola Children's Arts Festival, a festival for children aged two to 12 years, over the October Bank Holiday weekend, 26 - 29. This year RoolaBoola includes really wonderful theatre shows and arts workshops to inspire and delight young audiences.
THE SAW Doctors, DruidMurphy, The Waterboys’ Mike Scott, paintings by Jack B Yeats, and the presence of Uachtarán na hÉireann, will be part and parcel of the 35th Annual Clifden Arts Festival.
THE CONTEMPO string quartet and composer and musician Dave Flynn will join forces for a concert in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church on Saturday March 12 at 8pm.
It was inspired by a farcical concert, it got up and running thanks to a whip round in a living room, and was sustained by much perspiration from its members during economically depressed times.
Shannon Murphy and John Hoban at the Linenhall
London Classic Theatre brings its acclaimed production Humble Boy to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday February 11 at 8pm. Following up on last year’s superb production of Abigail’s Party, London Classic Theatre’s Humble Boy is an award-winning comedy with a delightful sting in the tail. Following the sudden death of his father, 35-year-old Felix Humble, a Cambridge academic, returns to his Middle England home and his difficult and demanding mother. After a chaotic funeral, and the disappearance of his father’s prized bees, it becomes clear to Felix that life at the Humble home will never be the same again. Past and present collide with love and uncertainty in this original and captivating play by Charlotte Jones, directed by Michael Cabot.