Thursday 18 January 2018

If you do one thing this week: Cheer Claudia

Claudia Boyle
Claudia Boyle

The Last Hotel unites writer Enda Walsh (Once, The Walworth Farce, Ballyturk), and internationally acclaimed composer Donnacha Dennehy, in a new opera about life, death, duty and guilt.

 Cast includes baritone Robin Adams and soprano Claudia Boyle, it runs until October 3 at O'Reilly Theatre, Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1.


Margaret Atwood, the Canadian-born author of The Handmaid's Tale and Cat's Eye, and described as "the outstanding novelist of our age", will discuss her new book The Heart Goes Last, on Wednesday September 30, 7.30pm, at the Carlisle Suite, Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire.


Dublin Theatre Festival Family Season will run until October 11 at The Ark, Temple Bar, presenting four acclaimed international and Irish productions for families and schools, including Bees!, a musical for ages 6-plus.


Trevor's White's The Private View is surely the most talked-about debut of the year. This short play tells the story of John Lowe, who accepted Pearse's surrender in 1916, and went on to be a Hollywood movie star. Directed by Gerard Stembridge. Running October 1 to 3 at The Little Museum of Dublin, 15 St Stephen's Green.


(Broken Mirrors), a two-person exhibition featuring the work of Jonathan Mayhew and Lee Welch, and which explores the concept and representation of the future in a contemporary context, is at NCAD Gallery, Thomas Street, until September 29.

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