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An Taibhdhearc to remember Máire Stafford

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ON FRIDAY March 6 at 8pm, An Taibhdhearc will stage Oiche Mháire Stafford, an all-star commemorative evening in honour of the late Máire Stafford, who, for more than 60 years was involved with the theatre as an actor, director, translator, costume designer, and lyricist, fully earning her soubriquet ‘Queen of An Taibhdhearc’.

See The Merry Widow @ The Eye

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THE MERRY Widow, the much loved Franz Lehár opera, first staged in 1905, is enjoying a new production by The Metropolitan Opera in New York, which Galway audiences can see.

Galway Arts Festival production heads 'down under'

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RIVERRUN, ONE of the most acclaimed and successful Galway International Arts Festival shows of recent times, is to be performed in Sydney, Australia, next year.

Galway run for Love/Hate creator's play

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LOVE/HATE creator/writer Stuart Carolan's debut play, Defender Of The Faith, is to be staged in Galway next month, starring Diarmuid De Faoite and directed by Andrew Flynn.

Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring to be main dance show at Galway Arts Festival

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Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, an extremely controversial ballet in its day, but appreciated now as a pioneering classic, will be staged at this year’s Galway Arts Festival.

Joan O’Clery; dressing DruidMurphy

ONLY A couple of weeks remain until the curtain rises on the epic DruidMurphy cycle and the company is in the thick of technical rehearsals at the Town Hall, preparing for what is sure to be a highlight of the theatrical year.

Ian Rankin-Rebus Malcom Fox and me

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FOR IAN Rankin, the internally acclaimed and best selling Scottish crime novelist, the last 18 months have seen the closing of one chapter in his writing career and the opening of another.

Ian Rankin-Rebus Malcom Fox and me

FOR IAN Rankin, the internally acclaimed and best selling Scottish crime novelist, the last 18 months have seen the closing of one chapter in his writing career and the opening of another.

High School Musical live on stage at the Royal Castlebar!

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First the smash hit Disney Channel original movie, followed by the record-breaking soundtrack, and now Disney’s High School Musical spreads its magic across the country on its first ever tour. This spectacular stage production, complete with everyone’s favourite characters and all of the unforgettable songs from the movie, opened in January 2008 and has broken box office records wherever it has visited, delighting families in towns and cities across the UK and Ireland. The producers are delighted to announce that the tour will now continue in 2009, including a season from Tuesday January 20 to Saturday January 31 at the Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre. The leading roles of Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez are played by Ashley Day (On The Town and Mary Poppins) and Claire-Marie Hall (Les Miserables and High School Musical, Hammersmith Apollo season) respectively. Ruling drama queen Sharpay and her faithful brother and sidekick Ryan will be played by Emma Kelly (Mamma Mia) and Lee Honey-Jones. This new stage adaptation of the Disney Channel original movie hit musical features a book by David Simpatico (adapted from the original movie script by Peter Barsocchini) and a score that contains all the songs from the original chart-topping soundtrack, including the UK hit singles “Breaking Free” and “We’re All In This Together” plus two new numbers. The production will be directed by Jeff Calhoun, whose credits include the award-winning Broadway revivals of Grease and Big River. The creative team in completed by choreographer Lisa Stevens, scenic designer Kenneth Foy, costume designer Wade Laboissonniere, lighting designer Ken Billington, sound designer Rick Clarke and music producer Bryan Louiselle.

High School Musical live on stage at the Royal Castlebar!

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First the smash hit Disney Channel original movie, followed by the record-breaking soundtrack, and now Disney’s High School Musical spreads its magic across the country on its first ever tour. This spectacular stage production, complete with everyone’s favourite characters and all of the unforgettable songs from the movie, opened in January 2008 and has broken box office records wherever it has visited, delighting families in towns and cities across the UK and Ireland. The producers are delighted to announce that the tour will now continue in 2009, including a season from Tuesday January 20 to Saturday January 31 at the Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre. The leading roles of Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez are played by Ashley Day (On The Town and Mary Poppins) and Claire-Marie Hall (Les Miserables and High School Musical, Hammersmith Apollo season) respectively. Ruling drama queen Sharpay and her faithful brother and sidekick Ryan will be played by Emma Kelly (Mamma Mia) and Lee Honey-Jones. This new stage adaptation of the Disney Channel original movie hit musical features a book by David Simpatico (adapted from the original movie script by Peter Barsocchini) and a score that contains all the songs from the original chart-topping soundtrack, including the UK hit singles “Breaking Free” and “We’re All In This Together” plus two new numbers. The production will be directed by Jeff Calhoun, whose credits include the award-winning Broadway revivals of Grease and Big River. The creative team in completed by choreographer Lisa Stevens, scenic designer Kenneth Foy, costume designer Wade Laboissonniere, lighting designer Ken Billington, sound designer Rick Clarke and music producer Bryan Louiselle.

 

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