Category: Theatre

PÁLÁS Movie Theater opening in Galway after 14 years of the development chapter

Element Pictures are opening the Movie Theater of the PÁLÁS in Galway. The story started 14 years ago and consumed over 9milion in investment. Today is Galway UNESCO City of Cinema and EU Capital of The Culture 2020 bringing the architectural gem with three screens and bar to public enjoyment. The Shape of Water – On Screen of PÁLÁS Today… An other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1962. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of isolation. Elisa’s life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified […]

World’s Only Mystic Theatre ‘U Mosta’ with Gogol’s Marriage and McDonagh’s ‘The Cripple Of Inishmaan’ | An Taibhdhearc in February

Unique and mystical Theatre ‘U Mosta’ from Russia for the first time in Ireland!
In Dublin and Galway with Marriage by Gogol and Cripple of Inishmaan by McDonagh

AMHRÁN NA MARA | SONG OF THE SEA presented by Kíla for An Taibhdhearc in March

An Taibhdhearc are delighted to announce that Kíla will be bringing their children’s show to our stage ‪on March 23rd, 2018‬.

Galway Girl on The Prom | Mark Roberts Finishing 13th Season of Ireland’s No. 1 Show

VR 360 capturing the final moments of the show with Ed Sheeran’s Galway Girl by Irish tenor Mark Roberts and Trad on The Prom

Vox Pop’s back to CRAIC 360 degrees around

“What’s the CRAIC?” With Darius Ivan Since start of the Craic in Galway project the Vox Pop became a tool to find out how people in the streets of the Friendliest city experience the craic. This is the comeback of our popular page. This time we are back in the streets with the very same question capturing your answers to Virtual reality of the city on 360 degrees video!

Éamon Ó Cuív, TD and former Minister to launch The Galway Review 5

Éamon Ó Cuív, TD and former Minister to launch The Galway Review 5 on Thursday, 27th April, 2017 at 7:30pm @ NUIG

A Government Office

A Government Office BY NDREK GJINI The carpet here is tired and worn as my neighbor’s old winter coat. The dead legs of the officer’s desk like four exclamation marks (!!!!) In the middle of them his two legs as two capital ( L) letters. Above them his two furtive hands move over and under that desk, constantly. Over the desk; the mask is never lifted. https://ndrekgjini.com/2015/07/11/ndrek-gjini-the-death-of-night/

“Noises Off” | The Seumas O’Kelly players take to An Taibhdhearc

The Seumas O’Kelly players take to the stage in An Taibhdhearc next week with the hilarious comedy “Noises Off” by Michael Fryan. Backstage antics take centre stage in this fast-paced no-holds-barred view of a theatre company preparing for and performing during a touring run of their play “Nothing On”. “Noises Off” a play directed by Christina McKeogh is a collection of the mounting tensions between the cast threaten to spill out onto the stage. Miscommunication, missed cues, the occasional missing actor and of course the obligatory love triangle all come into play as the story unfolds and the cast of this doomed production try to hold it together to the end of […]

GALWAY CITY MUSEUM Saturday, 22 October, 2pm – 4pm TALK & READINGS: Revolutionary Poetry

GALWAY CITY MUSEUM Saturday, 22 October, 2pm – 4pm TALK & READINGS: Revolutionary Poetry. The 1916 Rising is often referred to as a ‘poet’s revolution’. Taking this as her starting point, poet Emily Cullen PhD, will introduce the work of international poets of revolution – historic and contemporary – including Anna Akhmatova, Osip Mandelstam and Rafeef Ziadah. After that Galway-based Albanian poet Ndrek Gjini MA, who lived through the oppressive Enver Hoxha regime in the 1980s, will talk about Communism in the Balkans in the middle of the 20th Century and will discuss the work of Visar Zhiti and Vaclav Havel. He also will read from his work. All Are Welcome!

TURF | the story of one life, but many selves

TURF invites the audience on an investigative journey, punctuated with provocative, fiercely athletic and beautifully detailed movement. Situated somewhere deep within the Irish soul, it tells the story of one life, but many selves.TURF, by the Rowan Tolley Company, will run at The Connacht Print Works from April 29 – May 1 at 3pm and 6pm as part of the Galway Theatre Festival 2016 Tickets €8 Town Hall Theatre, Courthouse Square, Galway. Tel. 091 569 777 http://www.galwaytheatrefestival.com Performed by Frank Farrell, TURF searches for the tenderness through a fractured landscape. Sculpture, Installation, Performance, it explores not how to hold the TURF but how the TURF takes a hold of you. At […]