Eternal Youth, one of the plays that opened the Galway Theatre Festival this weekend is one of a kind. Written
Set in the Irish enclave of Boston, Frank Galvin (played by Ian Kesley) is a washed up lawyer on the
Disclaimer: History is complicated. This play is not a history lesson. In Co. Kerry, in the late 18th century, the
“Your English is so good.” “Where are you REALLY from?” “Is your hair real?” You probably won’t find the answers
Happy Birthday Jacob, directed by Laura Bowler, returns to The New Theatre for a second time following its successful run
The play imagines a world where water is produced in orchards. The plot is played out in two parts, the first
Adaptations are a funny thing – no matter what medium you’re moving from, or to. Stage adaptations are stranger still.
Dedicated to a Dublin woman who disappeared twenty-three years ago and inspired by the playwright’s friendship with the family she left behind.
Brian Friel’s Translations returns to the Abbey and it’s a masterful production.
Support on the night comes from two local acts The Kanyu Tree & Daithí Ó’Drónaí.