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Luck Just Kissed You Hello returns

Oct 21 2016

Amy Conroy’s fiercely funny and intensely moving play Luck Just Kissed You Hello returns to Galway this November.

Having premiered at Galway International Arts Festival 2015, and received rave reviews, this wonderful play is presented by HotForTheatre, in association with the Galway International Arts Festival.

Read the full article on the Galway Independer website.

Trad supergroup for Town Hall Theatre

Oct 21 2016

Trad superstars Zoe Conway, Donal Lunny and Máirtín O’Connor play the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday 22 October at 8pm.

This super group brings together the dazzling talents of three of the country’s finest traditional musicians; button accordion master Máirtín O’Connor, fiddle player Zoe Conway and guitar and bouzouki player Donal Lunny. Don’t miss this illustrious...

Read the full article on the Galway Independent website.

Voice of an angel

Oct 20 2016

Born to entertainer Adele ‘Twink’ King and oboist David Agnew, a career in the entertainment industry was always on the cards for singing sensation Chloe Agnew.

“Growing up in a music and entertainment family there was no escaping it,” she laughs.

The 26-year-old was born for the stage, making her first television appearance on her mother’s TV programme at just four weeks old.

“Music was always a part of my life, being in choirs and singing and being involved in the theatre was always something that was a way of life for me so it felt very natural to perform and be on stage. I feel very at home there,” she adds.

Chloe, who was musically trained in Christ Church Cathedral Girl’s Choir, recorded her first album at the age of 12 and her second at 14, before rising to fame for her integral part as the youngest and one of the original members of the internationally acclaimed music group Celtic Woman.

Read the full article on the Galway Independent website.

Luck Just Kissed You Hello returns

Oct 20 2016

2015 Galway International Arts Festival hit returns as part of a new national tour

LUCK JUST Kissed You Hello, Amy Conroy's powerful exploration of gender and sexual identity, and a hit at the 2015 Galway International Arts Festival, returns to Galway as part of a new national tour.

Galway International Arts Festival and HotForTheatre have announced a co-production of Luck Just Kissed You Hello is to tour nationally in November. Starring Amy Conroy, Mark Fitzgerald, and Will O'Connell, and directed by Caitriona McLaughlin, the play opens in Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday November 1 at 8pm, before going on to Cork, Dublin, Kildare, Belfast, Donegal, and Limerick.

Laura (played by Conroy ) returns home for the death of her father, but Laura is now Mark. He, along with Gary and Sullivan, must decide on how he is remembered, and they all must find a way to forgive and recognise themselves again. The Guardian described it as “a blistering exploration of masculinity”, while the Irish Independent praised the play for being “provocative, funny and intensely moving.”

Read the full article on the Advertiser website.

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