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What Happened to Bridgie Cleary by Tom McIntyre presented by Bottom Dog Theatre Company. In 1895, Tipperary woman Bridget Cleary was burnt to death by her husband. His defence? She was a fairy, replaced by a changeling. Her crime? Being a sensual independent woman who didn't conform to what was expected of her. Sep 6, 8pm. Tickets €21 (€16 concs) www.garterlane.ie
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Declan Sinnott
With a career spanning over 40 years, Declan Sinnott has played guitar and produced music for Irish folk luminaries such as Christy Moore, Mary Black, Sinead Lohan and John Spillane to name but a few. Declan explains: "A lot of what I've done has occurred by circumstance rather than design. Working with bands like Horslips and Moving Hearts were on the edge of my musical comfort zone. This was both interesting and challenging. By contrast, the record I've made is very much me." Thu 12 Jun, 8pm on 051 855038 or www.garterlane.ie.

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The Importance of Being Wilde continues tonight, Fri 23 May, 8pm at +Garter Lane Arts Centre with tickets from €10 on 051-855038 or www.garterlane.ie (no booking fee) 
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Tom Conroy performs Chris's Journey, a musical story about a young boy in Ireland during the 1960s who decides to emigrate to Australia before the age of twenty. The story is about the events of his early years and his eventual return to Ireland. The show, composed by Tom Conroy, features the composer singing and playing piano with a narrator describing the events as they unfold. There are also a few surprises along the way!


After the show, there will also be the premier of the new song "We Are The Latch On Team" - co-wrote with Down Syndrome Ireland's Latch On team, Co. Waterford.  All proceeds of this show will go to Down Syndrome Ireland. Sat 24 May, 3pm Tickets €10 (€5 concs) on 051 855038 or http://www.garterlane.ie/event-details.php?id=1225

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The Importance of Being Wilde is a compelling documentary play on the life and extraordinary career of Oscar Wilde, one of the most flamboyant and brilliantly original Irishmen of all time. Thu 22 & Fri 23 May, 8pm. Tickets from €15 

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Your home for the arts in Waterford, +Ireland 
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Check out our Jan programme and do join us!

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You can still book tickets 24/7 for those last Christmas pressies 
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