What is it to be a woman? Is it what you wear? Your vocation? Are you not a woman because you don’t wear heels or a skirt? Are you not professional because you like to dress in pink? This thought provoking one woman play written and starring award winning playwright Hazel Doolan explores self-identity, coming of age and loss of agency.
Join us at the debut of this new work at The Town Hall Theatre Thurs 16 – Sat 18 April, 8.30pm.
We can’t wait to bring Jungle Door to The Town Hall Theatre Galway Wednesday the 10th to Saturday the 13th of June.
A visual delight Jungle Door invites its audience to indulge in the joyous, disheartening and hopeful moments over a year shared by Michelle and Louise. Their problematic relationship as friendly ex-lovers is challenged by marriage, jealousy and the housing crisis. Smiling through the Botox, Michelle plans her perfect day unaware her bridesmaid is hiding a dark and dangerous secret.
We can not wait to present Sarah Fahy’s Latte August 26th-29th 2020 at the Town Hall Theatre.
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.