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Aug 20 2021

See you in September!

Town Hall Theatre has a busy programme of events lined up for the coming weeks including theatre from the Abbey, Decadent, Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival; music from The 4 of Us and Paddy Casey; and comedy from Julie Jay, Kevin Mc Gahern and Neil Delamere. Tickets for all events are limited, so early booking via the theatre’s website www.tht.ie is advised.

The Town Hall Theatre has partnered with the Abbey Theatre to stream their production of Walls and Windows on Fri 27 and Sat 28 August, a world premiere of the new play from Rosaleen McDonagh. This tender, complex and beautiful love story examines how external circumstances pull us apart, when all we really want is to be together. Walls and Windows will be live-streamed from the Abbey Stage on Fri 27 and Sat 28 August and available on-demand until 11 September.

The Town Hall Theatre and Galway International Arts Festival will present Decadent Theatre’s production of There Are Little Kingdoms, Kevin Barry’s wonderfully imagined and riotously entertaining play. Directed by Andrew Flynn, this stunning new production will run at the Town Hall Theatre from Wed 1 – Sat 11 September. In-person tickets for the Galway International Arts Festival & Landmark production of Medicine, by Enda Walsh, at the Black Box from Thurs 2 – Sat 18 September (featuring Aoife Duffin, Domhnall Gleeson and Galway’s Clare Barret) are now sold out, but there are still tickets available for the Livestream and On-Demand performances.

Music lovers will be delighted with the long awaited return to Galway on Sat 18 September of The 4 of Us. The talented Murphy bothers from Newry, County Down promise a heart-warming and uplifting acoustic performance, including hits songs like ‘Mary’ from their multiple chart-topping albums of the 80’s and 90’s.

Fancy some fun nights out on the final weekend of September? Don’t miss Julie Jay, one of the most exciting new voices on the Irish comedy scene, when brings her new show Julie Really Love Me to Galway on Sat 25 September for a special early evening performance at 6pm. And later that night at 9pm, you can catch Cavan man Kevin McGahern, one of the best-known faces of Irish television and comedy and former host of RTÉ’s celebrated Republic of Telly show for 10 seasons. And to end the weekend on a laughter high, don’t miss award-winning comedian and Galway favourite Neil Delamere when he brings his brand new show Pick N’ Mix to town on Sun 26 September (6pm & 9pm), featuring some old, some new and, as ever with Neil, plenty of messing!

Paddy Casey has been at the forefront of the Irish music scene since his multi-platinum selling debut album ‘Amen (So Be It)’ launched a career which took him all over the globe touring with acts like The Pretenders, R.E.M and Tracy Chapman to name a few. Hear tracks from his latest album alongside some of his greatest hits when he performs live at the Town Hall Theatre on Tues 28 September.

And don’t forget the Dyke Road Car Park will be the location for a live, drive-in, family-friendly show on Fri 27, Sat 28 and Sun 29 August. Hosted by Ryan Andrews (Fair City, Dancing with the Stars ) and Irish social media celebrity, James Patrice.

To keep everyone safe and sound, please note that the capacity, social distancing and any additional requirements for entry to live performances will be in line with the Government guidelines in place at the time of the event.