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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.
THE WINTER chill might be starting to bite, but audiences can still enjoy ‘Summer Nights’ – and a slew of other pop classics - at the Town Hall Theatre next week when the Performing Arts School Galway stage Grease.
By Charlie McBride
Edna O’Brien’s classic coming-of-age novel The Country Girls is on its way to the Town Hall in a critically acclaimed staging by Waterford’s Red Kettle Theatre Company.
The largest group of quilts to be assembled in Ireland will be on display on the campus of NUI Galway next month as part of a major exhibition.
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.
FIVE WOMEN, one hen night, and too many secrets. These are the key ingredients of Jimmy Murphy’s latest play, The Hen Night Epiphany, which comes to the Town Hall next week in a production from Dublin’s Focus Theatre.
THESE ARE the opening lines of Bryan McMahon’s wonderful play The Honey Spike which Mephisto Theatre Company is bringing to the Town Hall Theatre in a production featuring Galway’s finest actors and which marks the 50th anniversary of the play’s first staging at the Abbey.
It is June 25 1967 and the world is watching The Beatles perform ‘All You Need Is Love’ on Our World, the first live satellite global television production. It is the Summer of Love, London is swinging, the economy is booming, there is the sexual revolution, and jobs and possibilities are endless
DRUID’S EXCITING Galway Arts Festival season of Enda Walsh work got off to a compelling start on Monday with the Irish premiere of his “coiled, dark, glitter-dusted fable”, The New Electric Ballroom, which Walsh also directed.