Posts Tagged ‘Garter Lane’

Hanging with the Elephant

Michael Harding.
A limited number of tickets are still available for Hanging with the Elephant: An Evening with Michael Harding on Wednesday, 18th March at 8pm at Garter Lane Theatre. A chronicler of ordinary life in midland Ireland through his column in the Irish Times, no one was more surprised than Michael when he was struck down with [...]

God Bless the Child

Garter Lane Theatre presents God Bless the Child, a new play based on stories by Frank O’Connor, adapted for the stage and directed by Patrick Talbot, on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th March. The short stories of Cork-born Frank O Connor are universally regarded as being classics of their kind. Now, for the first time, [...]

Heroin at Garter Lane

Heroin at Garter Lane
For the first time, the incredible THEATREclub comes to Waterford with their award-winning production of Heroin by Grace Dyas for one night only on Friday 6th February at 8pm. Heroin was developed in collaboration with the staff and clients of Rialto Community Drug Team and the book “Dying to Survive” by Rachel Keogh is read [...]

Step Into Spring

Best Foot Forward Dance Club
The Best Foot Forward Dance Club invite you to join them for a FREE afternoon of dancing and teatime treats, followed by a feel good film ‘The Unfinished Song’ in Garter Lane Arts Centre celebrating St. Bridget’s Day, Sunday 1 Feb from 3pm. Put a spring in your step and come along to this fun [...]

Out of the Studios

Work by Julie Dowling
Out of the Studios is an exhibition of new work by the current Garter Lane Studio Artists featuring Mailo Power, Denise McAuliffe, Sharon Fleming, Marcella Meagher, Marijana Shostak and Julie Dowling. The exhibition presents a range of art forms and media illustrating the diversity of each artist in the group. Born in London, Mailo is [...]

30 hours for WYA

Vinnie O’Shea
Local theatre fans will have the rare – nay, unheard of – opportunity to catch seven new one-act plays featuring leading members of Waterford’s theatrical and creative community at Garter Lane on 31st January. They’re all coming together to devote ‘30 hours to Waterford Youth Arts’ – an organisation that many have reaped the benefits [...]

30 hours for Waterford Youth Arts

Edward Denniston, one of the writers involved with 30 Hours for Waterford Youth Arts.
Waterford Youth Arts is bracing itself for a busy 2015 and plans to hold a major fundraiser in Waterford on 31st January, when Waterford’s theatrical and creative community come coming together to take part in what promises to be a fun, interesting and entertaining event for a fantastic cause. The event will take place in [...]