Galway Advertiser 1984/1984_07_19/GA_19071984_E1_008.pdf
V e n u e , Druid Theatre; T i m e , 1.00pm. Waiting For The Sky T o Fall. A Century Of Connemara.Ex Launch of a new book of hibition of paintings. poems b y Michael G o r m a n Venue, Arts Centre, N u n s Island; T i m e , 10.00am- with drawings b y Joachim Boske. 6.00pm. Venue, D r u i d Theatre; Galway Now. A group of artists living in the Galway T i m e , 6.00pm. Jargon in concert. Contem region exhibiting. V e n u e , W o o d q u a y A r t porary and bluegrass music. V e n u e , D r u i d Theatre; Gallery; T i m e , 10.00amT i m e , 9.00pm. 6.00pm. p.m. Taibhdhearc: Druid T h e a t r e Company 1.10 present Bedtime Story b y "Tangles", by T e r r y Devlin. 4.00 p.m. Burrenmount Sean O ' C a s e y . V e n u e , Druid Theatre; Hotel: "Dr. Doom's Green Machine" -- Kids' show. T i m e , 1.00pm. Druid C o m m u n i t y Youth 8.00 p.m. Special Festival Project present a special Preview of Pat Murphy's p e r f o r m a n c e o f P a i d i n film "Anne Devlin", starring Mhaire b y Padraig O ' C o n - Brid Brennan. Claddagh aire. Translated b y C o n Palace II. Presented b y Houlihan and directed b y Galway Film Society. 8.15 p.m. "Failte", Taibh Ray Yeats. V e n u e , Druid Theatre; dhearc na Gaillimhe. 9.00 p.m. Festival Concert, T i m e , 6.00pm. Footsbarn Travelling Theatre with folk/bluegrass band, present W m . Shakespeare's "Jargon". D r u i d Theatre. Auto De Fe. G a y W o o d s and King Lear. Venue, Fisheries Field; her happy crew! T i m e , 9.00pm. V e n u e , T h e Castle; T i m e , Galway Theatre Workshop 9.00pm. present J e n n y Butterfield in Galway Theatre Workshop A Woman Alone b y Dario F o present J e n n y Butterfield in and Franca Rama. A W o m a n Alone b y Dario V e n u e , Druid Theatre; Fo and Franca Rama. T i m e , 11.00pm. Festival Club last night. Festival Club. V e n u e , Imperial Hotel; V e n u e , Imperial Hotel, T i m e , 10.00 till v e r y v e r y Eyre Square; T i m e : 10.00pm late. till late.
T u e s d a y 2 4 July
Druid Theatre Company present Bedtime Story b y Sean O ' C a s e y . V e n u e , Druid T h e a t r e ; T i m e , 1.00pm. Footsbarn Theatre present their n e w m u s i c a l T h e Chinese Puzzle. Venue, T h e Tent, Fisheries Field; T i m e , 9.00pm.
S u n d a y 2 9 July
A Century Of Connemara. Exhibition of paintings showing until August 6th. Venue, Arts Centre, N u n s Island; T i m e , 1.00pm6.00pm. Footsbarn Travelling Theatre present T h e Circus Tosov, a clown s h o w for children. V e n u e , Fisheries Field; T i m e , 3.00pm. Footsbarn Travelling Theatre present their n e w musical The Chinese Puzzle. S h o w runs until J u l y 31st. V e n u e , Fisheries Field; T i m e , 9.00pm. ADDENDUM THURSDAY 26 JULY Anne Devlin. A special preview of this new Irish film starring Brid Brennan. T h e preview is hosted by Galway Film Society. V e n u e , Claddagh Palace; T i m e , 8.00pm.
THE NEW YOUTH
Druid Theatre Company
F r i d a y 2 0 July
A Century Of Connenura. A n exhibition of paintings b y m a n y of the great artists who h a v e visited a n d w o r k e d in the Galway and C o n n e m a r a region over the p a s t 100 y e a r s . T h e exhibition will be formally opened b y Ms. Garry H y n e s , Artistic Director, Druid Theatre and Arts Council member. T h e exhibition continues until August 6th. Venue, Arts Centre, N u n s Island, Galway; T i m e , 6.00pm. Traditional Music Concert w i t h K i n v a r a , featuring Dolores Keane, Jackie Daly, J o h n Faulkner and J a m e s Kelly. V e n u e , Claddagh Hall; T i m e , 9.00pm. Festival a i b at the Imperial Hotel, E y r e Square. Nightly until J u l y 27th. V e n u e , Imperial Hotel; T i m e , 10.00 till late. SATURDAY 21 JULY A Century Of Connemara. Exhibition of paintings. Venue, Arts Centre, N u n s Island; T i m e , 10.00am6.00pm. Traditioaal Concert with K e v i n . G l a c k e n , fiddle; V i n c e n t Kilduff, uilleann pipes and Brendan O'Regan bazouki. V e n u e , Druid Theatre; T i m e , 1.00pm. Footsbarn Travelling Theatre Opening Parade. V e n u e , Shop Street; T i m e , 3.00pm. Festival d a b . V e n u e , Imperial Hotel, E y r e Square; T i m e , 10.00pm till late.
V e n u e , Rsheries Field; T i m e , 3.00pm. Footsbarn Travelling Theatre present W m . Shakespeare's King Lear. V e n u e , Fisheries' Field; T i m e , 9.00pm. Festival Club. V e n u e , Imperial Hotel, Eyre Square; T i m e , 10.00pm till late.
W e d n e s d a y 2 5 July
F r i d a y 2 7 July
S a t u r d a y 2 1 July
A Contary O f exhibition of paintings Venue, Arts Centre, N u n s bland; T i r e , 1 00pm 6.00pm. Foatuiara T r a v e l i n g Theatre present Tha Orcaa Teeov, a children's special show.
A Century Of Connemara. Exhibition of paintings. V e n u e , A r t s Centre, N u n s Island; T i m e , 10.00am6.00pm. Galway N o w . A group exhibition of artists living in the Galway region. Venue, Woodquay Arts C e n t r e ; T i m e , 10.00am6.00pm. Druid T h e a t r e C o m p a n y S u n d a y 2 2 July present Bedtime Story b y 11.00 a.m. A Century of Con Sean O ' C a s e y . V e n u e , D r u i d Theatre; nemara, A r t s Centre, N u n ' s T i m e , 1.00pm. Island. 9.00 p . m . "King Lear", b y 1.10 p.m. N e w Lunchtime Footsbarn Theatre, in their Play: T a n g l e s ' ' , b y T e r r y T e n t at the Fisheries Field, Devlin, Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe. Salmon Weir Bridge. 4.00 p.m. "Dr. Doom's Green Machine", Children's Play, by Galway Theatre W o r k M o n d a y 2 3 July s h o p , in B u r r e n m o u n t Hotel. A Century Of Desmond Hogan reads from Exhibition of paintings. his recent novel A Curious V e n u e , A r t s C e n t r e , Street, a second hardback N u n s Island; T i m e , 10.00am- edition of which has just 6.00pm. been printed. Galway Now. A group exhibi V e n u e , Druid Theatre; tion of artists living in the T i m e , 9.00pm. G a l w a y r e g i o n . T h e Footsbarn Travelling Theatre exhibition will mark the present W m . Shakespeare's opening of the W o o d q u a y King Lear. Art Gallery. Official opening V e n u e , Fisheries Field; b y Senator Michael D . T i m e , 9.00pm. H i g g i n s . E x h i b i t i o n will Galway Theatre Workshop include new w o r k b y Brian present J e n n y Butterfield in Bourke, J o h n Behan, H u g h A Woman Alone b y Dario F o McCormick, P a d r a i c and Franca Rama. Reaney, J a y M u r p h y , Laura V e n u e , D r u i d Theatre; V e c c h i , L e o n i e K i n g , T i m e , 11.00pm. Richard W a r d a n d Ollie Festival d a b . Tennyson. V e n u e , Imperial Hotel, V e n u e , W o o d q u a y A r t E y r e Square; T i m e , 10.00 till Gallery; T i m e , 6.00pm. late. Footsbani Travelling Theatre present W m . Shakespeare's King Lear. V e n u e , Fisheries Field; T h u r s d a y 2 6 July T i m e , 9.00pm. Galway Theatre Workshop A Century Of present J e n n y Butterfield in Exhibition of paintings. Venue, Arts Centre, A Woman A t o m b y Dario F o N u n s Island; T i m e , 10.00am and Franca Rama. 6.00pm. Venue, Druid Theatre; Galway N o w . A g r o u p T i m e , 11.00pm. exhibition of artists living in Festival d o b . the Galway region. V e n u e , Imperial Hotel, Venue. Woodquay A r t E y r e Square; T i m e , 10.00pm Gallery; T i m e , 10.00am tiD late 6.00pm.
A Century Of Connemara. Exhibition of paintings. Venue, Arts Centre, N u n s Island; T i m e , 10.00am6.00pm. Galway N o w . A group exhibition of artists living in Mr. Karl Hession, Music arranger of Failte -- the the Galway region. Venue, Woodquay A r t c u r r e n t show at An Gallery; T i m e , 10.00am- Taidhdhearc -- has pointed out a number of errors in a 6.00pm. review by David Stewart on Druid T h e a t r e Company this page last week. present Bedtime Story b y These are 1. the instrument Sean O ' C a s e y . V e n u e , D r u i d Theatre; used was a synthesiser not an electric organ. T i m e , 1.00pm. PIGS Galway Film Society 2. the clog waltz is a French host a special viewing of Canadian dance and the synthesiser was accurately Cathal Black's new film. V e n u e , U C G ; T i m e , reproducing the instrument used in this piece namely a 8.00pm. toy or honky tonk piano. Footsbarn Travelling Theatre present their n e w musical 3. The Salthill jig was The Chinese Puzzle. T h e written specifically for For this year's Arts Festival synthesiser with little other t h e G a l w a y Theatre s h o w runs for five nights. V e n u e , T h e T e n t , backing and 4. the dance Workshop have pulled out F i s h e r i e s F i e l d ; T i m e , was set not 'choreographed'. all the stops and produced The only item "choreograp two separate shows, one for 9.00pm. hed" was the Galway Suite Gala Festival Ball with at the beginning of the adults only is "A Woman Alone" an explosive drama legendary rock and rollers second half. about a fetered housewife, Full Circle. A night t o written by Darid Fo and remember despite the bar "Can it be said that Sean Franca Rame (a play; which O ' R i a d a ' s use of t h e extension. is n o n was censured on Italian TV) Venue, T h e Great Harpsichord traditional instrument gives its a late show at the Druid Southern Hotel; Time, a cheap plastic image to Theatre nightly 11.30 p.m. 11.00pm. Irish music", said Mr. Tuesday 24th Sat. 28th. 1.10 p . m . Taibhdhearc: Hession, and went on, or Jennifer Butterfield plays "Tangles", by T e r r y Devlin. likewise Derek Bell's use of Maria in this modern one4.00 p . m . Burrenmount the oriental and european acter. Hotel: "Dr. Doom's Green keyboards gives a plastic At the Burren M o u n t image to the music of the Salthill, the rest of the Machine". Kids' show. 8.00 p . m . G a l w a y Film Chieftains". workshop battle each day at Society present a special 4 p.m. (Mon. - Sat.) against Festival Preview of Cathal Doctor Dooms Green Black's film "Pigs". A l s o Machine, which seems bent on turning all the happy "John Love", by J o h n Davis earthings into sour and J o e Comerford's short "Waterbag". O'Flaherty Theatre, U . C . G . 8.15 p.m. "Failte". Taibh Professor T. P. O'Neill will open an unusual exhibition dhearc na Gaillimhe. in the Kenny Art Gallery on Friday, the 20th of July. It is | The Theatre Co-Op-Coiste unusual in that the work is I na Siamsoiri was founded done by four members of j recently in Galway. It is S a t u r d a y 2 8 July to bring one family -- the Mullers ' a t t e m p t i n g A Century Of Connemara. from Sneem in Co. Kerry. something new to theatre in Exhibition of paintings. There is great variety in the the city. The co-op has V e n u e , A r t s C e n t r e , show which covers a wide a l r e a d y w r i t t e n a n d N u n s Island; T i m e , 10.00am- range of subjects. There are produced a play for the 6.00pm. landscapes and still life R.T.E. Community Radio in G a l w a y N o w . A g r o u p paintings, flower studies and June, and now for the Arts exhibition of artists living in figures, there are batiks and Festival it will present its several pieces of sculpture first stage play. Tangles, at the G a l w a y region. lunchtime in Taibhdhearc. Draid T h e a t r e C o m p a n y V e n u e , W o o d q u a y A r t s done in walnut, mahogany three characters, Aingeal C e n t r e ; T i m e , 10.00am- and ash. present B m M a o Story b y (Jackie O'Flaherty) Fiona Sean O ' C a s e y . 6.00pm. (Mary Devlin) and Peter
a professional freelance director based in Dublin, to head the group over the four weeks of rehearsal. The group are using the In a unique project in this, Galway's Quincentennial Con H o u l i h a n English Y e a r , D r u i d T h e a t r e translation of the story which Company have assembled a deals with a Conemara Mhaire, group of thirteen young Youth, Phaidin unemployed people to form a blinded by an explosion and company who will present squandering his compensa their own production of a tion. His period in the Padraig O'Conaire short workhouse is traumatic and story, Phaidin Mhaire, t h e story tells of his during the Arts Festival. The relationship with colleagues scheme is financially assisted and his 'best friend' the sea, by the Department of with whom he has a special affinity. Labour and the members of Four performances are the group were selected in Community c o - o p e r a t i o n w i t h t h e planned--in National Manpower Office centres in the city and a in Galway. Druid have put special performance will be all their facilities and given in the Druid Lane expertise at the disposal of Theatre. Admission to all t h e g r o u p a n d h a v e performances (which last 45 contracted Raymond Yeats, minutes) is free of charge.
Two Festival Shows From The Galway Theatre Workshop
Jennifer Butterfield in "A Woman Alone" at the Druid, 11.30 p.m. nightly components -- but Ruby and Issy, banished to Zero Zone, find the answer. Not to be missed by children of all ages. 5-50 yrs.
L U N C H T I M E AT TAIBHDHEARC
(Gary McMahon) represent the intransigence of those who refuse to acknowledge each others right to speak the language of their choice. The play, directed by Terence Devlin, is bi-lingual and will be accesible to those with little or no Irish. Tangles will run from Wednesday July 25th to Saturday July 30th, daily at 1.10 p.m. There will be lunch available at the show.