Theatre/ 30 Mar 2005 - 09 Apr 2005


Directed by David Parnell The worlds most famous play as never seen before. A radical, racy, raw and razor-sharp production, that promises as many laughs as tears, men in tights, wigs, swords and stilettos. Using bold visual imagery, this production…

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Theatre/ 23 Mar 2005 - 26 Mar 2005


 FRONGOCH 23-26 March, 2005. Theatre Space Upstairs LLWYFAN GOGLEDD CYMRU, in association with Project Arts Centre. Tickets €16/12 €10 (Group Tickets) 'Brilliantly staged and thought-provoking, Frongoch presents an irresistible model of how theatre might cross linguistic barriers in this country.' The…

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Exhibitions/ 23 Mar 2005 - 30 Apr 2005


ADMISSION FREE Everything I said let me explain Isabel Nolan's first major solo show opened in Project Arts Centre on 25th March. For the exhibition, Nolan, whose practice includes different media such as painting, drawing, sculpture, video and animation, was…

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Theatre/ 02 Mar 2005 - 12 Mar 2005


THE DROWNED WORLD Preview 01, Matinee 12 March, 2005. Theatre Cube Randolf SD|The Company, by Gary Owen Tickets €14/10 €8 (Preview/Matinee) Directed and designed by Wayne Jordan Produced by Róise Goan Lighting design by Sinéad Wallace Costume Design by Jessica Hilliard With…

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Exhibitions/ 21 Feb 2005 - 26 Feb 2005


Brian Fay and Donal Siggins ADMISSION FREE Dead but not buried! Morse code came alive again in enCODEd, a multimedia exhibition by visual artist Brian Fay and composer Donal Siggins. From the Titanic to the capture of Doctor Crippen, Morse…

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Theatre/ 19 Feb 2005 - 05 Mar 2005


Translated by Howard Brenton Directed by Lynne Parker Galileo's radical discoveries challenged the religious and scientific certainties of his time and changed our perception of the universe. Set in Italy at the height of the Inquisition, Brecht's play is a…

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