DRÁMAÍ GAEILGE... OSCAILTE DO CHÁCH, DRAMA IN IRISH... OPEN TO EVERYONE, The only Irish language. and one of Ireland s. - PDF

DRAMA IN IRISH... OPEN TO EVERYONE, The only Irish language theatre in the world and one of Ireland s oldest theatres DRÁMAÍ GAEILGE... OSCAILTE DO CHÁCH, AN T-AON AMHARCLANN GHAEILGE AR DOMHAN AGUS CEANN

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DRAMA IN IRISH... OPEN TO EVERYONE, The only Irish language theatre in the world and one of Ireland s oldest theatres DRÁMAÍ GAEILGE... OSCAILTE DO CHÁCH, AN T-AON AMHARCLANN GHAEILGE AR DOMHAN AGUS CEANN DE NA hamharclanna IS ÁRSA IN ÉIRINN Céad Míle Fáilte! An Taibhdhearc was first opened in Pronounced Taiv-yark, it means ghostly vision which is formed from two Irish words, taibhse meaning ghost, and dearcadh meaning view so the founders wanted to achieve an otherworldly vision on the stage. Micheál Mac Liammóir put on the first ever play, based on an old Irish legend about the doomed lovers, Diarmuid agus Gráinne. He designed the set and costumes, and hand-painted the gold peacocks on the stage curtains, which are there to this day. The show was a sensation in its time. Over fifty years later, Gabriel Byrne played the part of Diarmuid on the Abbey stage! Siobhán McKenna started her theatrical career in An Taibhdhearc, then went on to wow Hollywood with her film roles in Dr Zhivago and Of Human Bondage, as well as working with Orson Welles. She garnered several Tony nominations on Broadway. Her most famous role was as St Joan in G.B. Shaw s play, which saw her on the cover of LIFE magazine! Bris Cos! means Break a leg, which is what actors say to wish each other luck before a show. Did you know that the leg in question is not part of your anatomy, but a black curtain through which the actor must go- or break- before arriving on stage? Speaking of Irish, it is said that the phrase do you dig? comes from the Irish an dtuigeann tú? meaning, do you understand? Tá áthas orainn go bhfuil an scéal seo á léamh agat, agus tá súil againn tú a fheiceáil istigh in amharclann na Taibhdheirce. Céad Míle Fáilte romhat. We are delighted that you are reading this story, and we hope to see you in our theatre, the Taibhdhearc. A hundred thousand welcomes. CAIRDEAS Friends Programme Membership Options: 1. GREEN / Glas WHITE / Bán GOLD / Ór BUY A SEAT / Suíocháin 1,000 Each membership entitles you to special privileges, and will receive appropriate acknowledgement and recognition. An Taibhdhearc is a registered charity. Siobhán McKenna Please contact us to discuss your options: Micheál Mac Liammóir Artistic Director: Anne McCabe Marketing Manager: Úna Ní Eidhin Eolas faoin amharclann Venue Details The new state-of-the-art theatre is open for business, and is a highly suitable venue for conferences, seminars, workshops and launches. The auditorium has 148 seats, projection facilities, stage blacks, a cyclorama, lighting rig, a full sound and P.A. system with great acoustics suitable for live music as well as cinematic presentation with full surround sound. The foyer area is perfect for hosting receptions for up to 100 people, while our friendly staff can provide ushering services. There is a full bar and wine licence. We have an upstairs rehearsal space which is also available for smaller, more intimate events. For all of your corporate needs, we can handle your bookings through our ticketing service as well as providing assistance with publicity for your event. For a full Technical Specification, and comprehensive Rate Card, please go to our website: www. antaibhdhearc.com The late Mick Lally started his acting career in the Taibhdhearc and went on to work with Druid, the world-famous theatre company also based in Galway. He played the character of Miley in the TV series Glenroe, making him one of the best-loved actors in Ireland. Most likely to say, Well holy God! An Taibhdhearc s most recent production was An Tíoránach Drogallach a translation of Tom Murphy s The Last Days of a Reluctant Tyrant directed by Anne McCabe. It played to full houses during the Galway Arts Festival, attracting a wide audience through the use of sur-titles for non-irish speakers. Controversy was caused by the use of a dead chicken! Cast: Mairéad Ní Chonghaile, Diarmuid de Faoite, Macdara Ó Fatharta, Cillian Ó Donnachadha, Dónall Ó Healaí, Marie Breathnach, Úna Ní Fhlatharta, Eoin Mac Diarmada, Bridie Ní Churraoin, Sean Keane, Muireann Ní Raghallaigh and Eoghan Ó Riada. An Taibhdhearc 19 Middle Street, Galway City, Ireland. Tel:
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