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Folúntas faoin gClár Fostaíochta Pobail

Tá folúntas i láthair na huaire sa Taibhdhearc d’fheighlí/fear cothabhála faoi Chlár Fostaíochta Pobail an Galway Arts Centre.

Dualgais: Dualgais ghinearálta ghlantóireachta/chothabhála, dualgas áirithe maidir le péinteáil agus maisiú, freagracht as bruscar/athchúrsáil, srl. Tuilleadh…

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Intéirneacht JobBridge leis an Taibhdhearc

Is mian linn a fhógairt a chairde go bhfuil folúntas ag an Taibhdhearc ar feadh thréimhse 9 mí faoin Scéim Intéirneachta Náisiúnta, JobBridge. Beidh an duine a roghnaítear don folúntas seo ag obair ar nithe a bhaineann le riaracháin an ionaid agus léirithe na hamharclainne féin freisin. Tuilleadh…

€320,000 sa bhliain ceadaithe ag an Aire Stáit McHugh don Taibhdhearc go dtí 2017

Is cúis mhór ríméid don Taibhdhearc é go bhfuil deontas reáchtála de €320,000 in aghaidh na bliana ceadaithe ag an Aire Stáit do Ghnóthaí Gaeltachta, Joe McHugh T.D., don Taibhdhearc don tréimhse 2015-2017.

Is tacaíocht ríthábhachtach é an deontas seo don Taibhdhearc chun deis a thabhairt dúinn drámaí agus imeachtaí i gGaeilge a reáchtáil san amharclann agus rátaí ar lascaine a chur ar fáil do dhream eile sa rannóg céanna, á dteastóinn uathu Tuilleadh…

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Cuairt tugtha ag an Aire Stáit Joe McHugh ar an Taibhdhearc

Bhí an tAire Stáit Joe McHugh i nGaillimh ar an Aoine seo caite agus chuireamar fáilte mhór roimhe nuair a thug sé cuairt ar an Taibhdhearc fad is a bhí sé sa chathair.

Bhí an tAire Stáit sa chathair le freastal ar lón na Nollag a bhí eagraithe ag Gaillimh le Gaeilge ach shocraigh sé a bhealach a dhéanamh chomh fada leis an Taibhdhearc Tuilleadh…

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Gradaim Walter Macken le bronnadh ag tús mhí na Nollag

Gradaim Walter Macken do scríbhneoireacht nua i nGaeilge le léitheoireacht phoiblí de na scripteanna nua

An Taibhdhearc, an tSráid Láir, Gaillimh
4 Nollaig 2014 ag 7i.n.

Ag tús na míosa seo chugainn sa Taibhdhearc ar an Déardaoin an 4 NOLLAIG, beidh na buaiteoirí á bhfógairt againn de GHRADAIM WALTER MACKEN do scríbhneoireacht nua i nGaeilge.
Tá sé seo á reáchtáil i gcomhar le RTÉ agus Ionad Drámaíochta agus Léiriúcháin OÉ Gaillimh.
Beidh an tSEANADÓIR HILDEGARDE NAUGHTON agus RÓNÁN MAC CON IOMAIRE, Grúpcheannasaí Gaeilge ag RTÉ, linn ar an oíche chun seiceanna a bhronnadh ar Tuilleadh…

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Drámaí Gaeilge ó Chonamara, ó dheas agus ó thuaidh sa Taibhdhearc

Is cúis áthais dúinn a chur in iúl go bhfuil drámaí Gaeilge ó chearnaí éagsúla den tír le bheith ar stáitse na Taibhdheirce as seo gach Nollaig, chomh maith le go leor leor drámaí agus imeachtaí eile freisin. I measc na ndrámaí Gaeilge, tá siad seo a leanas:

Mar a chéile muid

24 Deireadh Fómhair 2014
Seo dráma grinn de chuid Johnny Chóil Mhaidhc Ó Coisdealbha (nach maireann), atá á léiriú ag Ciarán Ó Fátharta agus cóirithe le haghaidh stáitse ag Cumann Drámaíochta Chaoráin Aodha Leitir Mealláin.

Tá an dráma iontach seo curtha ar stáitse in áiteanna éagsúla ar fud Chonamara cheana féin agus anois, tá siad ag déanamh a mbealaigh chomh fada le stáitse na Taibhdheirce i gcroílár chathair na Gaillimhe.

MAKARONIK le Dave Duggan

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Léiriú dátheangach suite sa todhchaí, i mBéal Feirste sa bhliain 2084.

An bhliain 2084 atá ann agus an domhan mór faoi cheannas iomlán ag ‘an Impireacht’. Tá cosc ar an chuid is mó de theangacha na hEorpa. Cuirtear inár láthair an fiántas bagrach arbh é Béal Feirste é uair den tsaol. Is í Makaronik bean dheireanach seasta an fhóid. Ordaíonn ‘an tIonad’ di deireadh a chur lena hobair chartlainne agus iarsmaí uilig na Gaeilge a sheoladh ar ais le go gcuirfear ‘i dtaisce’ iad. Is beirt ard-oifigeach iad Diarmuid agus Gráinne agus dualgas orthu a chinntiú go gcuirfear gach rud i gcrích go rianúil agus go bpillfidh Makaronik leo. Ach an mbeidh sé chomh furasta sin? Den todhchaí é Makaronik ach é fréamhaithe fosta i dtraidisiún ársa – smaoinigh ar Críoch-Chluiche Beckett, Bladerunner Ridley Scott le blaiseadh beag den Matrix. Cuireann dráma seo Dave Duggan ceisteanna móra faoi shíorbhrú chun cinn na teicneolaíochta a dhéanann an domhan a chrapadh. Cad é atá á chailleadh againn dá bharr? Scéal é fosta faoin bhaile, faoin tsábháilteacht agus faoin bhunriachtanas dhaonna sin a thugann orainn teaghlach agus pobal a chruthú, faoi na coinníollacha is aduaine féin – streachailt atá ag croílár Makaronik.

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Dráma le Biddy Jenkinson.
6 Nollaig 2014

Is iad Aisteoirí An Lab, lonnaithe sa Daingean i gCorca Dhuibhne, atá á léiriú seo. Cé gur scéal tragóideach é seo faoi thriúr a mhaireann ar na sráideanna i mBaile Átha Cliath, tá greann fite fuaite tríd, chomh maith le hábhar macnaimh.

Léiríodh an dráma in Amharclann An Lab ag tús na bliana agus bhí sé le feiscint i rith an tsamhraidh de bharr an éilimh a bhí air. Caitheann an dráma súil ghéar ar na fadhbanna a bhíonn ag daoine gan dídean. Níl éalú acu ón gcruatan ach isteach i réimse na samhlaíochta agus na miotaseolaíochta. In ainneoin na constaicí agus na n-údarás, deineann siad gach iarracht aire a thabhairt dá chéile agus léiríonn siad meas nach beag don nádúr i lár na cathrach.

Do thicéid agus tuilleadh eolais, téigh chuig http://antaibhdhearc.com/imeachtai/

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‘Scannáin ar Stáitse’ ag dul ó neart go neart

Cuireadh tús leis an tsraith ‘Scannáin ar Stáitse’ sa Taibhdhearc ar dtús ag deireadh mhí Lúnasa agus is cinnte go bhfuil sí ag dul ó neart go neart de réir mar atá na seachtainí ag dul thart.

Go dtí seo, bhí ceithre scannán ar fad ar stáitse: ‘Ó Conaire – An Fear’, ‘Draíocht’, ‘Siobhán/John Huston’ agus ‘Scéalta ó Theach na mBocht’ agus bhí a lán aíonna speisialta istigh freisin. Ina measc, bhí Gearóid Ó Cairealláin, fear mór le rá i saol na Gaeilge, agus a bhean Bríd ón gcompántas Aisling Ghéar i mBéal Feirste; Cathal Goan, iarCheannasaí TG4 agus RTÉ; an t-aisteoir Diarmuid de Faoite; agus an t-aisteoir Tuilleadh…

Oscar Wilde festival Galway returns for second year

Oscar Wilde Festival Galway returns for its second year this September. From September 5-7, the festival will provide a host of insights into his life and work from speakers from Galway, UK and the US as well as supporting new Irish writing inspired by Wilde.
The festival will kick off on Friday September 5 at 6pm in the Harbour Hotel. The launch will be followed by a talk on the remarkable life of Galway woman Eva O’Flaherty, who referred to Wilde as her “cousin Oscar”. Eva moved in circles in London, Paris, Dublin and Achill from the 1900s onwards through her involvement in millinery, literary and intellectual pursuits. Eva O’Flaherty was buried in the family vault in Donaghpatrick graveyard, Caherlistrane, on 17 April 1963. The vault was refurbished to mark the 50th anniversary of her death last year. This talk will be delivered by Mary J Murphy from Menlough, county Galway, writer and broadcaster who has written a book titled Eva O’Flaherty:Forgotten Island Heroin.
On Saturday September 6, the festival moves to An Taibhdhearc on Middle Street. This is a significant move for the festival as the theatre has strong connections with Wilde through the writer and performer Micheal macLiammoir, who hosted the first play at the venue and went on to perform his one man show to huge acclaim titled The Importance of Being Oscar.
Saturday’s events will begin at 12 noon with a talk on Wilde Today: what do we think of Wilde today and how has his reputation stood the test of time. This will be the question posed to three speakers; Dr David Clare from NUI Galway, John Cooper from New York and owner of Oscar Wilde in America and Patricia Leventon, acclaimed actress from the UK.
At 4pm, American writer and documentary historian, John Cooper will deliver what promises to be a fascinating talk about Wilde and Dress. Wilde used how he dressed to such huge impact during his lifetime and was one of the first to do so. A letter Wilde wrote titled The Philosophy of Dress was rediscovered by Mr Cooper in 2012. Confirmed by Merlin Holland, Wilde’s grandson as an original, this letter is a fascinating insight into Wilde’s dress sense. In this talk, Mr Cooper will explore the influences, trends, characters and source material that informed Wilde’s relationship with dress, an unappreciated aspect of his life to date.
Saturday’s events will conclude with a show about one of the most important women in Wilde’s life – his mother. At 8pm, Patricia Leventon, an acclaimed actress from the UK will perform her show Lady Wilde. The Belfast Telegraph described the show as “a portrayal of the life of Lady Wilde with an imaginative and informative style. The show provides great insight into Oscar’s life and the influence of his mother.”
On Sunday September 7, the festival will conclude with the debut of new Irish writing. Kicking Oscar’s Corpse by Galway writer Brendan Murphy will make its debut at the Harbour Hotel at 1pm. Based on actual court transcripts, ‘Kicking Oscar’s Corpse’ is a docu-play based on the famous libel trial of Maud Allan in 1918. It’s a story of judges and prejudice, MP’s and dancing girls, sex, scandal and conspiracy. Oscar Wilde Festival Galway is proud to be supporting new Irish writing this year. Tickets are available online for this show and will also be available at the door if seats are free. There will be tea/coffee/cookies available beforehand.
Festival founder and director, Sandra Coffey said: “The festival has a lot to offer this year. It will look at what we think of Wilde today, how he used dress to his advantage and the huge influence his mother had on him. Yet again, we explore his west of Ireland links through Eva O’Flaherty and debut new Irish writing inspired by Wilde. Tickets are again reasonably priced and we hope that people will come and enjoy the weekend.”
Tickets for Saturday’s shows in An Taibhdhearc are available online on www.antaibhdhearc.com over the phone on 091 563600 or by dropping in to the theatre box office on Middle Street, Galway. Tickets for Kicking Oscar’s Corpse are available online at www.oscarwildefestival.com but will also be available at the door. Keep an eye on Facebook and Twitter for details. For further information and how to get tickets, go to the festival website www.oscarwildefestival.com

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