May 25 2023
One woman show, "Yes! Reflections of Molly Bloom," coming to the Town Hall Theatre on May 30
A thrilling new adaptation of James Joyce's, Penelope Chapter, “Yes! Reflections of Molly Bloom”, is set to come to the Town Hall Theatre on May 30.
Described as “expertly performed” by The New York Times, this one woman performance promises a daring theatrical journey into the mind and heart of the beloved Ulysses character. The show is starring New York based, Irish actor, Aedín Moloney, who adapted the piece in collaboration with Irish author Colum McCann.
Traditional Irish music fans are in for a treat as the accompanying music to the show was especially recorded by Moloney’s father, Paddy Moloney, legendary founder and leader of The Chieftains, who passed away in 2021. The show was awarded Winner of the Outer Critics Circle Award for best solo performance during its premiere run in New York.
May 25 2023
When Ann-Marie O’Sullivan moved to Ireland from Greece in 2018, she didn’t expect that a few years later, she would be directing and appearing in a folk musical about Ireland’s Great Famine. But through a series of serendipitous circumstances, that’s what happened.
The musical, In the Midst of Plenty, written by US based Amy Day and presented by Roscommon’s Enchanted Croí Theatre Company will visit Galway’s Town Hall Theatre next month as part of a 14-venue national tour.
May 18 2023
Bruiser Theatre Company from Belfast will be in Galway next Wednesday, May 31, with its production of Mojo Mickybo by Belfast playwright, Owen McCafferty, which is currently on tour.
Mojo Mickybo captures the friendship between two nine-year-old boys growing up in Belfast in 1970. Their relationship is initially immune to the sectarian violence taking place around them, but ultimately the conflict destroys it.
May 12 2023
Galway’s Town Hall Theatre will host Yes and Yes, the latest dance show from renowned choreographer Liz Roche, on Wednesday next, May 17, at 8pm
Yes and Yes, presented by the Liz Roche Company, was commissioned by the Solas Nua arts organisation in Washington DC to mark the 100th anniversary, last year, of the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses.
The show’s title is taken from the final episode of the book, which both begins and ends with a “yes”. “…yes I said yes I will Yes”; the famous last words of the book, exclaimed by Molly Bloom.
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