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An Grianán Theatre, Donegal presents I Would Walk These Fields Again at Roscommon Arts Centre this Thursday, May 19 at 8pm. The play is based on the extraordinary life of Father James McDyer, a revolutionary Christian communist who arrived in the parish of Glencolmcille in County Donegal in 1951.
Roscommon County Youth Theatre bring their latest production If I Was In The GPO, We Would Have Won, written and directed by Catherine Sheridan, to Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday and Saturday, April 22 and 23 at 8pm.
Mohill’s Acorn Players formed three years ago and while they may have had humble beginnings, their performances of Jimmy Keary’s three-act comedy The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley have exploded into a phenomenally successful production that is in demand from all corners of Ireland.
One of the stand-out performances in Roscommon Arts Centre of 2014 is returning this March! Swing is back on Wednesday, March 30. It’s one of those ‘feel-good’ kind of shows. This comedy follows the blossoming relationship between May and Joe as they fumble through romantic dilemmas, career problems, life choices, and dance steps!
An entertaining January 2016 lies ahead at Roscommon Arts Centre as the new season of events kicks off. The latest programme is filled to the brim with exciting theatre, music, and comedy.
Opera Theatre Company are Ireland’s national touring opera company and they are returning to Roscommon Arts Centre on November 18 with two short operas, Susanna’s Secret and The Human Voice both sung in English.
There is theatre to suit all tastes this October at the Arts Centre with a variety of fantastic plays taking to the stage over the next few weeks.
Legends of Irish music and song The Fureys, renowned for their hit songs ‘I will love you’, ‘When you were sweet 16’, ‘The green fields of France’, ‘Red rose café’, and ‘Steal away’ will be performing in concert in Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday, October 2 at 8pm.
Looking for a hilarious night out with a difference? Roscommon Arts Centre has got just the thing! Join Jason O’Callaghan on Saturday September 19 as he brings the mystical art of hypnosis to the stage in this breathtaking and hilarious show which will amaze and delight audiences.