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'The play has been hugely emotive for audiences'

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SMALLONE INTRODUCES us to a solitary, ageing woman, Mingey, who loves her cats, Peru, and Club Milks. She hates Sunday Mass-ones, mangy mutts, and papery sausages. She is feisty and mischievous and has a heart full of love.

Striving to be Virtually Perfect

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THE FRAUGHT world of social media and the pressures it creates for today’s teenagers is the inspiration for Youth Ballet West’s exciting new show, Virtually Perfect, which plays the Town Hall this weekend.

Haughey/Gregory – 'a story of politics of every time'

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ONE OF the landmark events of 1980s Irish politics is brought to vivid theatrical life in Haughey/Gregory, by Colin Murphy, which plays the Town Hall Theatre next week.

The pressure to be Virtually Perfect

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IN PREVIOUS generations the influence of the beauty industry on young women was limited to exposure to supermodels, advertisements, and celebrities. Today young people are constantly exposed to a stream of 'perfection' through digital and social media.

Stockton's Wing - looking back and moving forwards

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STOCKTON'S WING released their first new music in more than 20 years last month with the single 'We Had It All', and they play Galway next week as part of their 'A Retrospective Tour'.

When your freedom is in someone else's hands

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IN A dystopian future - in art, is there ever another kind? - people must annually prove their life has worth or risk being burned alive. This is ARBITRATION (or a life worth living), and it is coming to the Galway Theatre Festival.

Johnny Duhan - last chance to see?

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JOHNNY DUHAN, one of Ireland's most respected songwriters, particularly for his song, 'The Voyage', plays the Town Hall Theatre this month as part of what could well be his final tour.

Bringing Madness round to Our House

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MADNESS, THE British ska-pop legends who lit up the British charts in the 1980s with 'Baggy Trousers', 'House Of Fun', 'It Must Be Love', and 'Our House', and who remain a much loved institution, will be celebrated in Galway this month.

Marty Moncrieff and the Teddy Bear Thief

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PUPPETRY, LIVE music, an ensemble of narrators, and a teddy bear called Marty - all are part of Marty Moncrieff and the Teddy Bear Thief, the new family show from Beluga Theatre Company.

Ruby Wax, the monk, and the neuroscientist

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RUBY WAX is well known as a comedian and actor, while in more recent years she has become a prominent mental health campaigner and lecturer, and she will be drawing on all aspects of her formidable talent in her latest show.

 

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