dilallio Registered User

Vagabond Theatre Company (Galway)
Who Needs Enemies
by Conor Montague

11th July - 16th July at 10pm

Nun's Island Theatre Galway

Tickets: 14 / 12 Euro - www.tht.ie or on door


Wonderland Productions Registered User


I'm working on La Locandiera as part of the Made in Temple Bar festival...

Wondering if you might be interested in coming to see it to write a review???

Outhouse.ie Registered User

Outhouse Fundraising Presents Canadian Gay Comedian Daniel - Ryan Spaulding Does Dublin

Thursday 28th July 2011 9pm @ Outhouse, 105 Capel St Dublin 1

Tickets €5 (only 65 available)

For more information call 01 873 4999 or email info@outhouse.ie

Antos Registered User

"Da" - A play by Hugh Leonard

Dates: August 30th - September 3rd

Venue: Sean O'Casey Theatre, Dublin 3.


Booking information: Margaret 087 6499450

Tickets: €10 each
This production is brought to you by PEG Drama Group with the kind and generous permission of The Gate Theatre.

Hugh Leonard's Tony award winning play "Da" for 5 nights only.

"Charlie returns to his Dublin home to attend his father’s funeral as he is sorting out papers after the ceremony he is suddenly confronted by da’s very solid ghost. His late father tenaciously inhabiting both the room and Charlie’s mind.

Thenceforward the play moves between past and present, between reality and imagination as passages in Charlie life are relived. He encounters among the figures his own self as a young man and loses some years in his own person – as traumatic moments are recalled"

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Kevin! Registered User

tickets are available at: https://paviliontheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/126518625/events

*tightrope is a non profit organization

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lalasmam Registered User

Donabate Portrane Dramatic Society present The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard and sketches.

8/9/15/16 in Keelings Little Theatre, Donabate, Co. Dublin at 8:30. Tickets €10 on the door.

abharathkumar Registered User

To embrace true multiculturalism and to further the cultural integration considering the modern, multi-cultural Ireland we live in today, this year, UNITAS-ISAC brings the experience of celebrating Festival of Lights to Dublin in spectacular fashion.

Festival of Lights aka Diwali or Deepavali is the most popular festival in South-East Asia to signify the triumph of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance and light over darkness. The light that empowers us to commit ourselves to good deeds, which brings us closer to divinity.

Diwali commemorates the return of King Rama from his 14-year-long exile and vanquishing the demon-king Ravana. In joyous celebration of the return of their king, the people of Ayodhya, the Capital of Rama, illuminated the kingdom with earthen diyas(Traditional lamps). During Diwali, all the celebrants wear new clothes and share sweets and snacks with family members and friends and perform traditional activities together.

Throughout the day, performers will sprinkle the colour of festivity, signifying the festival of lights, in a show that will delight your senses and blow you away with :

A Mesmerising Taal Fusion- a percussion ensemble by i4drum;

A Sizzling blend of Bollywood Ballet Dance;

Rocking Street Performances;

Dazzling Fusion Dance show;

A Gangetic Journey of a Joke- Stand up comedy hosted by Dean Scurry;

A Musical Dance Drama - Indicating the Pulsating Spirit of Ceremony by Sujan & BAPS team;

A showcase of Music & Visual Art Work - Stray Bird;

Grand, Colourful Rangoli - The exquisite art to mark the auspicious occasion

A Delightful Taste of India - Authentic cuisines from ethnically diverse Indian sub-continent;
End the spectacular day - Sky-Fest to enchant the audience.

Festival of Lights in Ireland is supported by Dublin City Council as part of the One City One People Campaign. As usual, festival is open to ALL and the main objective of this initiative is to use Festival of Lights celebration as a platform to further cultural integration in Ireland. For more details, visit http://www.festivaloflights.ie

Beady Eye Registered User


Tickets are available through the Dunamaise Arts Centre Box Office Ph: 057 866 3355 or online at www.dunamaise.ie

Standard Price: €15.00
Concessional Price: €12.00

Rent (often stylized as RENT) is a rock musical with music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson based on Giacomo Puccini’s opera La bohème. It tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York's Lower East Side in the thriving days of Bohemian Alphabet City under the shadow of HIV/AIDS.

The show is being Directed, Produced, Choreographed and Performed by a great cast of amateur actors/performers from Laois/Dublin and following many unforseen early set backs and problems the show is finally on track and promises to provide a great night's entertainment. The cast have overcome many obstacles which have only proved to strengthen their resolve and build an unbreakable team spirit and are excited about staging this unmissable show. So get booking there's 'No Day but Today'!!!

Faith Healer Tour Registered User

Do you have what it takes to captivate an audience on camera for 2 minutes . . ?!

Then we would love to see a recording of you acting out a snippet from Faith Healer, by Brian Friel. Any quality of camera will do - it's the quality of acting that matters!

Rise to the challenge and you will be in with a chance of winning 2 tickets to see Faith Healer at a theatre near you!!

For full details, to see other entries and the list of theatres on the current Faith Healer tour click here.

We look forward to seeing your video!


Brian Friel's masterpiece Faith Healer, tours to 18 venues throughout Ireland from August 25 to November 6. Produced by Town Hall Theatre, directed by award winning director Andrew Flynn and with a stellar cast including Lalor Roddy as The Fantastic Francis Hardy, Ali White as Grace and Rod Goodall as The Manager.

Stupendous Registered User

Square One Theatre Group are putting on a production of The Great Gatsby in The Mermaid Theatre, Bray. 11th to 15th October 2011. 8pm.

Directed by Ailín O'Donnell, adaptation by John Dwyer, from the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

"I believe that on the first night I went to Gatsby's house I was one of the few guests who had actually been invited. There was music from my neighbour's through the summer nights. In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars." Jay Gatsby has built his life around the dream of regaining a former love. He has even located his lavish mansion on West Egg, Long Island across the bay from Daisy's house for the sole purpose of seeing the green light on the end of her dock. A faithfully romantic dramatisation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic American novel and a stunning description of Jazz Age America - fast living, silent movies, jazz music and obscene wealth.

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Hi Everyone,

Just FYI, As it is Culture Night in Galway (and Nationwide) tomorrow night, Friday 23rd, I thought you would like to know of the events we are running in NUI Galway Library and Archives.

As we proudly hold some of the richest theatre archives in the country we are delighted to share them with you on Culture Night.

We will be screening "Riders to the Sea" and "The Shadow of the Glen" from the 2005 DruidSynge series. 9pm

Also of interest will be a talk on the personal archive of John McGahern, including an overview of how he wrote, his inspiration, his processes etc. This is at 8pm.

Also we have a talk on landed estates of Galway outlining research on Galway's landed estates history(7pm)

See all info here: http://nuigarchives.blogspot.com/

We would love to see you there!
Thanks everyone.


Tallaght Youth Theatre Registered User

Tallaght Youth Theatre (TYT) is back!

After a year of inactivity TYT is being re launched with an Open Evening on September 30th at Rua Red in Tallaght.

Tallaght Youth Theatre's mission is to provide its members with a positive and quality experience in drama and theatre while also providing a means of personal and social development in a safe, fun, creative and non-competitive environment.

The Open Evening in Rua Red in which prospective members will be able to ask questions, take part in a fun drama workshop and enjoy some pizza and soft drinks.Anyone between the ages of 14-18 are welcome to attend. Parents too.

Under the Artistic Directorship of Jill Murphy TYT will then start its ten-week introduction to drama workshops on Friday Oct 7th. The workshops will run every Friday between 5.30pm & 7.30pm.

It's exciting times ahead for TYT who will be re-launching with a whole new group and a new adventure for those wanting to be part of youth theatre.

If you want to know more about TYT or would like to become a member or drop along to the Open Evening please pm us for more details. Tallaght Youth Theatre can be found on Facebook.

jorg Registered User

ericd1 Registered User

The World famous and multi award winning mime artist Krosny is to perform for one night only in the T.F Theatre in Castlebar on Sunday the 23rd of October. Krosny has built up a reputation throughout the world as being one of the funniest and best mime acts around, this event is a once off event in Ireland and is a show not to be missed.
the official website for the show is availible to view at http://www.elartevents.com/2011/08/krosny-show-in-royal-theatre-in-castlebar-co-mayo/

abharathkumar Registered User

A Tribute – Tagore’s 150th Anniversary @ the Helix, Dublin

2011 is the 150th birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore , the Nobel laureate poet, writer, philosopher was the ambassador of Indian culture and literature to the rest of the world. The first Asian person to be awarded with the Nobel prize. Even though he is mainly known as a poet, his multifaceted talent showered upon different branches of art, such as novels, short stories, dramas, articles, essays, painting etc. He was a social reformer, patriot and above all, a great humanitarian and philosopher. India and Bangladesh – the national anthems of these two countries are taken from his composition. Irish Poet Yeats was very much influenced by the compositions of Tagore .

The Helix Mahony Hall DCU Dublin

Takes Place: Saturday 5/11/2011, 6:00pm
For more information regarding the event see here:

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