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‘I Belonged To Glasgow’

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Some weeks ago Little John Nee captivated the Town Hall studio with his autobiographical show The Galway Years, and he returns to the venue next weekend with more engrossing memoirs in The Glasgow Years in which he will revisit his 1960s childhood.

Sparkplug rides again

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LITTLE JOHN NEE romps into the Town Hall Theatre next week for an extended run with his much-acclaimed show Sparkplug Callaghan.

Stella and Lou - exploring love, loneliness and age

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ONE OF the big hits of last year’s Galway Arts Festival was Northlight Theatre Company’s production of Bruce Graham’s moving comedy-drama, The Outgoing Tide. Audiences will be delighted therefore to welcome the Chicago ensemble back to this year’s festival with Graham’s latest play, Stella and Lou.

Shortcut To Hallelujah returns to Town Hall

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FRESH FROM a triumphant visit to Listowel Writer’s Week, Truman Town Theatre’s Shortcut To Hallelujah makes a welcome return to the Town Hall Theatre for a five night run.

Much-loved Brighton comes to the Watergate

A funny, poignant and uplifting hymn to the human spirit, Brighton by Jim Nolan is set in the Sisters of Calvary Nursing Home in London and follows plucky Irish widow, Fulham FC supporter and ‘Terror of the Third Floor’, Lily Thompson, on her last great adventure.

A theatrical game for Galway

GALWEGIANS ARE being asked to solve a series of mysterious clues both on-line and on the city streets in order to help unite two young lovers.

The Silver Tassie's powerful "howl of outrage"

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Rehearsals are currently well underway in Druid for their forthcoming production of Sean O’Casey’s powerful anti-war play The Silver Tassie, which opens at the Town Hall on August 23rd.

Sculpture to honour Magdalen women

On Sunday, Final Journey, a statue by Mike Wilkins, to honour the women of the Galway Magdalen Laundry, was unveiled by the Mayor of Galway Cllr Padraig Conneely at the corner of Forster Street and Bóthar Breandán Ó hEithir.


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