The third annual Write by the Sea Festival takes place from 28th-30th September at Kilmore Quay, Co Wexford. Events include interviews with well-known authors including, on Sunday 30th September at 11.30am, Jim Nolan, Working with an Agent, Getting Your Book Published, Experiential Workshops, Readings, Talks, Writing for Theatre, Crime Writing, Song Lyric Writing, Story Telling, Poetry, […]
We have just published a catalogue of plays available from The Gallery Press – almost seventy-five in all – by Irish playwrights. We hope it might be an encouragement and facilitate choices for drama/theatre companies and schools/colleges productions/courses. We’d be delighted to send a copy to you. If you’d be happy to receive one please […]
We are proud to publish Jim Nolan’s new play Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye and delight in collaborating with Garter Lane Theatre and the Book Centre of Waterford in its official launch at 6.30pm on Friday 5th May at which Professor Victor Merriman will be special guest speaker. Following its production by Garter Lane Theatre in Waterford […]
The cream rises to the top. What’s left is expendable . . . As it prepares to mark the centenary of 1916 and the opening of the Memorial Peace Park changes are being forced on The Derryshannon Chronicle, a local paper once family-owned and now being absorbed into an international media conglomerate. Coyne’s old-school values […]
Jim Nolan’s Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye is going on a nine venue tour in March and April. Cast: Michael Hayes, Garrett Keogh, Ema Lemon, Ciaran McMahon and Deirdre Monaghan, directed by Jim Nolan. Garter Lane Arts Centre Mon 20 Mar, 8pm https://www.facebook.com/events/179… The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny Wed 22 Mar, 8pm https://www.facebook.com/events/413… Glór Theatre, Ennis Thu […]
Mondays in May – Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye 7:00 p.m Monday 30 May 2016 Glucksman Ireland House, New York University Origin Theatre Company returns to Glucksman Ireland House NYU for the twelfth annual reading series with five works by contemporary European playwrights. Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye by Jim Nolan Directed by Tim […]
Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye by Jim Nolan plays in Garter Lane Arts Centre until Saturday March 26th. Coming hot on the heels of Dreamland, and directed by the author, Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye is a topical and provocative contribution to the forthcoming Easter Rising Centenary Commemoration. Set in a provincial newspaper office […]
What began as the Seán Dunne Writers’ Festival in the 1990s has now evolved to the annual Waterford Writers’ Weekend. This festival promotes the art and craft of writing and celebrates creativity in all generations. In this, the 20th anniversary year of Seán’s death, Waterford Writers’ Weekend remember his writing legacy and the contribution he […]
Dreamland by Jim Nolan has been nominated for Best New Play in the 2014 Irish Theatre Awards. Des Keogh (Doc) has also been nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category.
The Gallery Press in association with The Book Centre invites you to a reception to celebrate the publication of Dreamland by Jim Nolan Guest speaker Michael Coady 6.30pm Friday, 17th October 2014 The Book Centre, John Roberts Square, Waterford.