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ONE OF the highlights of last year’s Galway International Arts Festival was Druid’s production of Sonya Kelly’s scintillating comedy, Furniture. A big hit with critics and audiences, it makes a welcome return to the Town Hall Theatre next month as part of a national tour.
Right now, Galway is stuck in gridlock at a transport crossroads. It’s no secret that we’ve got a transport problem, and unless we take decisive action, it’s only going to get worse.
Fans of the gripping Netflix courtroom documentary, The Staircase, are in for a treat when defence attorney David Rudolf comes to the Town Hall Theatre this month to discuss the case and issues arising from it.
Following an extensive audition process, Athlone Musical Society has announced the cast for Chicago, their 2019 production, which will take to the stage at the Dean Crowe Theatre from March 2-9, 2019.
A WEEKEND of hit movies - from comedies to thrillers to drama - which have been box office smashes and/or won awards on the European continent, will be screened at the Town Hall Theatre when the annual Subtitle - European Film Festival comes to town.
Linenhall Film Club continues its 2018 season with director Maysaloun Hamoud’s terrific debut feature In Between on Tuesday, January 23, at 8pm. This critically acclaimed film follows the lives of three strong, independent minded Israeli-Palestinian women sharing an apartment in Tel Aviv.
In an evening of satire, history and song, Paddy Cullivan (from RTÉ’s Callan’s Kicks) presents the hugely entertaining The Ten Dark Secrets of the Irish Revolution at the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar on Thursday, November 30 at 8pm.
A leading academic from Barna stated yesterday that the legal processes at Guantánamo Bay are unfair and that human rights are being denied those who are being detained there.
Fr Pat Connaughton, Bishop Casey’s secretary for a while, recalled a time when he and the bishop were going to a meeting in the archbishop’s house in Thurles. “Our car broke down. No matter. We were near Thurles. We left it on the side of the road, and walked the rest of the way, the bishop’s arms swinging by his side. We were passed by Bishop Kevin McNamara, in many ways the very antithesis of Casey. McNamara looked out the window, and remarked to his driver: ‘There goes Eamonn in drama again.’
Well, we had such a week of emotion last week - in the Dáil, in the Seanad, in the newspapers, and on radio and TV.