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CHEKHOV'S MASTERPIECE The Cherry Orchard, and a tour of Galway as part of the 2020 Capital of Culture events, featuring one-act plays by Lady Gregory and Seán O’Casey, make up Druid's programme of events for next year.
Continuing their year of new writing, Druid presents the world premiere of The Beacon, a new play by Nancy Harris, in a co-production with the Gate Theatre, Dublin.
A MYSTERIOUS accident. A dead husband. People are talking. Secrets are resurfacing from the depths. Is the past ever truly dead? Not in The Beacon which receives it's world premiere in Galway.
Druid presents the world premiere of EPIPHANY a new play by Brian Watkins.
A woman who never wastes an opportunity to point out the attributes of Galway at home and abroad was this week honoured by Galway Chamber when they added her to a select club.
Druid Theatre Company was founded in May 1975 with the initial aim of providing theatre entertainment for tourists in Galway. It opened with three full length plays on successive nights in the Jesuit Hall. The season was a success so they made the very brave decision to operate the company on a full-time basis. Their productions were presented on a fit-up basis, as were a number of lunchtime shows in the Fo’Castle in Dominick Street. They converted this latter venue into a fully equipped pocket theatre seating 47 people. It was a popular venue, well supported, but there were problems with regard to backstage, storage, and office space.
DRUID THEATRE Company is seeking applications for its second Marie Mullen Bursary, which is open to female theatre artists working in Ireland in the fields of design, directing, and dramaturgy.
TOM MURPHY'S Conversations On A Homecoming, will be staged by Oranmore drama group Bualadh Bos, on Thursday April 4, Friday 5, and Saturday 6 in Kudos, Keane’s nightclub, and at the Mall Theatre, Tuam, on Friday April 12.
THE GALWAY Theatre Festival has announced a second open call for applications to for its 'Make a Move' project, an intensive seven-day residency on Inis Óirr at the end of April.
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