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Galway - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970

Big night of readings and music in Galway, November 23rd

category galway | arts and media | event notice author Monday November 15, 2010 19:23author by Fred Johnston - Western Writers' Centre - Ionad Scríbhneoiri Chaitlín Maude - Galwayauthor email westernwriters at eircom dot netauthor address Nuns Island, Galwayauthor phone 087.2178138 Report this post to the editors

Donoghue, Arden, D'Arcy reading with music

Dick Donoghue, Margaretta D'Arcy and playwright and novelist, John Arden, will read from their work at Galway Arts Centre, Nuns Island, on Tuesday, November 23rd, starting at 8pm. Admission is €5. The evening is organised by the Western Writers' Centre - Ionad Scríbhneoirí Chaitlín Maude. Music is by Clare Sawtell (cello) and Mary O'Sullivan (vocals, instruments) two musicians who have played together for a long time in a variety of arts' events throughout the country.
John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy : LitPix 2010
John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy : LitPix 2010

Dublin-born Dick Donoghue has long been associated with the arts in Galway and with Macnas, the Galway Arts Centre, among others, and has published two children's books with An Gúm. Recently his first adult novel, 'Dance of the Mocking Birds,' was launched in Galway. John Arden is a respected and renowned playwright and novelist, whose stories, 'Gallows And other Tales of Suspicion and Obsession,' were published earlier this year. Margaretta D'Arcy is a writer and activist for many years whose memoir, 'Loose Theatre,' received considerable acclaim.
"We are grateful to Paraic Breathnach of Galway Arts Centre for allowing us to have the Nuyns Island premises,'" says the Centre's Director, Fred Johnston. "It promises to be a good night. There will be discussion and questions to follow the readings."
The Centre has recently renewed its appeal to Galway City Council for suitable premises in which to house an office and small library-cum-reading space, particularly in view of a bequest of hundreds of signed books made to the Centre from a Dublin source.

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