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Hourglass Theatre Company’s Loose Change

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GALWAY COMPANY Hourglass Theatre grace the Town Hall studio next week with a trilogy of new one act plays by local writer Ian Patterson, under the title Loose Change.

Exciting local radio drama production seeks eight male voices

Athlone Community Radio has put out a call for eight mature male voices to participate in the recording of a radio drama which has been recently awarded funding by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Obviously this might suit local actors but even if you have never acted on stage before but believe you have a good broadcasting voice why not apply for an audition.

Exciting local radio drama production seeks eight male voices

Athlone Community Radio has put out a call for eight mature male voices to participate in the recording of a radio drama which has been recently awarded funding by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Obviously this might suit local actors but even if you have never acted on stage before but believe you have a good broadcasting voice why not apply for an audition.

Galway’s first TV sit-com seeks your support

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IF recently on Shop Street, or anywhere in the city centre, you happened to see some guys chasing a goat, schoolboys staggering around drunk, or blood-soaked men skulking up back alleys, fear not, Galway has not become the new Sodom and Gomorrah.

Kilkenny Carnegie Library

The City Carnegie Library marked 100 years of service last Wednesday with the launch of a full colour illustrated commemorative brochure.

Galway artists make cartoon film

GALWAY ARTISTS John Jennings, Aideen Barry, Rab Fulton, Frances Kilcommins, Vivienne Martin, and Ann Murphy have just completed an animated film.

Patrick Kavanagh in Kilkenny - 50 years on

He was the classic grumpy old man. He was loud, he was vulgar and his social habits left a lot to be desired.

Force 12 writers festival a resounding success

Mayo County Council Arts Office, in partnership with Áras Inis Gluaire, held the 19th Force 12 Writer’s Festival from Friday June 12 to Sunday June 14 in Belmullet. Patrick Cotter directed the weekend, with a host of well-known writers including Billy Ramsell, Clare Wigfall, John Corless, Liz O’Donaghue, Paula Meehan, Theo Dorgan, and William Wall. This year’s writer-in-residence Éilís Ní Dhuibhne worked with a number of schools and writing groups throughout the county in the lead up to the festival weekend.

 

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