SamePage Theatre are proud to make their return to the stage with their fifth production, Contractions by Mike Bartlett. This ink-black comedy takes place in a contemporary workplace that is all too familiar yet terrifyingly, hilariously warped.
John Feeley, Ireland’s leading classical guitarist, will perform a varied choice from J.S. Bach to Jane O’Leary, and arrangements of traditional airs. He will be joined by Fran O’Rourke for a selection from their CD of traditional songs in Irish, Casadh na nAmhrán (2021).
Experience the confusion and the comedy as ‘Its The Real McCoy’ plays Town Hall Theatre as part of its 10th Anniversary Tour of Ireland. Written and directed by Tommy Marren.
After the uncertainty of the last two years due to the pandemic and having not seen a stage since their last performance in September 2019, the Q Club Variety Group return to the Town Hall Theatre bigger and livelier than ever to perform their 13th annual show!
Jimmy Murphy’s compelling new play The Chief reveals the man behind the iconic historical figure of Michael Collins. Set against the backdrop of the Irish Civil War...
Charlene Kelly’s debut play draws on archetypes found in fairy tale and nature. Her living realm of the woods is an invitation to experience a story through the eyes of intellectual disability.
Joe’s show fuses laugh out loud comedy magic with absolutely jaw dropping spectacular illusions live on stage. It’s a rollercoaster theatrical ride that reinvents children’s entertainment.
Following their sell-out 2014 Irish tour, Lajee Cultural Centre from Aida Refugee Camp, Bethlehem return to Galway for a celebration of traditional Palestinian music and Dabka dance.
Cork comedian Chris Kent is back with another show, this time with more kids, more stories and a keep cup to compensate for his guilt about overpopulation.
Best known as Winnie McGoogan in her brother Brendan’s smash hit BBC sitcom & worldwide sell out arena play ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’ Eilish comes into her own as she takes you on a loving journey to take a reflective look on an eventful life that includes a strict Catholic upbringing, two failed marriages and coming out as a lesbian at the age of 50!
Flash Harry returns to Galway in 2022, delivering a show that embraces live music in its purest essence, it oozes with talent, energy, enthusiasm, passion and of course the pure showmanship that we associate with one of the most exuberant frontmen of all time, Freddie Mercury.
This is the (mostly) true story of Martin Naughton AKA Michael Collins in a wheelchair. Martin is an agitator. A disruptor. A seeker of justice and planter of (truth) bombs. But will his anarchic quest for equality be derailed by dreams of love and new horizons?
Harris has been released from Mount Joy Prison. John has recently secured his first real job as a bus driver and is pursuing a new way of life. Harris has an escape plan, some lipstick, a stash of stolen drugs and a ticket to Walt Disney World he can't use...
Dolly and Mick are returning from a gig. He’s a widower from Limerick, she’s a divorcee from Arkansas. They both know their relationship is in trouble. Mick thinks they just need a break. Dolly knows the only way to save their relationship is to give up the act.
Jimmy’s show contains a wide variety of material, Country, Big Ballads and tribute medleys to the greats of country music Hank Williams & Charlie Pride. Along with his magnificent band Jimmy will entertain you superbly and looks forward to meeting friends old & new.
After some time sitting on the couch we are back to real life. Trousers instead of tracksuit bottoms and coffee and a biscuit instead of four gin and tonics and half a cheese cake.