Partake in our 24 hour silence challenge to raise funds for our upcoming production Jungle Door! All you have to do is stay silent for a full 24 hours, simple right? 😉
During the challenge record yourself in situations (shops, out with friends, be creative) and don’t for get to tag @evasecho on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter or #JungleDoor.
In the run up to the challenge, get people from your community (family, friends, neighbors) to fill out the sponsorship form collect donations which can be later collected in cash or donated online through the online link.
Join us for a night of fun and trivia at Pálás Cinema on January 9th!
Where you’ll have the chance to win amazing prizes, meet the coolest of people, enjoy delicious treats and of course support the arts!
But what if I don’t have enough friends to fill a table you ask? Do not fear, this table quiz can be enjoyed by all. Meaning you can rock up to the quiz and be assigned a group of team mates, who will inevitably become your new best friends because it will be such an amazing night. Sign ups start at 6.45, we can’t wait to see you there!
Support from the community is essential in order to continue to produce high quality productions and we are very grateful for the continued support we have received from Galway since the company was founded. The funds raised will go directly to developing our upcoming production Jungle Door and sharing the play with new audiences.
Seat at the quiz = €10 per person. Tables of four will play to win on the night.
We were so honored to present work from many talented writers while fundraising for the Galway Simon Community at The Crane Bar.
Galway Simon Community believe that everyone should have a place to call home and are constantly working towards achieving this vision. Learn more about their amazing work at https://www.galwaysimon.ie/ .
We’ve all done it, eavesdropping. You’re in a café, the couple at the next table, what is their relationship? First date? Related? Colleagues?
This play allows the audience a sneak peek into the lives of others while they sip their latte. It is a slice of life in contemporary Ireland exploring many modern issues. We are such complicated beings, two regular individuals having a coffee may not be what they seem.
A free rehearsed reading of Sarah Fahy’s Latte was performed as part of Galway Culture Night at The Crane Bar in Galway City on September 20th.