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The Town Hall Theatre Galway incorporates a state of the art 400-seater Main Auditorium and the 52-seater Studio Space at Courthouse Square, and the nearby, multi-purpose Black Box performance space on Dyke Road where we present an extensive and...more
The theatre is very well appointed ; nice seats and all seats have good views. Small but very nice. Well run. We say Jimmy's Hall , an excellent performance all around. Entertaining from start to finish.
We saw A Skull in Connemara here which was excellent.
We walked in the day before on the off chance they still had tickets for a Friday night and luckily they had a couple left.
Small theatre so all seats in the stalls have a...More
Wen to see comedian Allison Spittle in the Town Hall last night. As well as the comedian being very good when we got there the tickets were ready and waiting at the desk. The staff were great very helpful .Great night at the Town Hall...More
I've been to the town hall when it was a cinema but it comes into its own as a theatre space with that intimate feeling of being so near the stage that the performances are part of everyday life. What a lovely building with a...More
Excellent show ireland through the ages told theout music song & dance . Dancers were superb Nicola a brilliant singer & all the cast were great harp & fiddle player. Very good . A lovely theatre well worth a visit nice little bar
Saw Juno and the Paycock, Mise Eire, and the premiere of The Big Sick during the Film Fleadh. Sat in the stalls for the first two, the balcony for the third, and saw very well from each seat. Upstairs bar for intermission. Can buy tickets...More
The town hall is a fantastic venue for all events. I've been to plays, musicals and concerts there. Such easy access in and out and seats are comfortable. I've also performed there and always get that rush every time I see the place. Nothing less...More
This show encapsulates some of Irish history and tradition, mostly through song and dance, A small company of talented and energetic singers, dancers and instrumentalists makes for an enjoyable evening. Songs about the Easter Rising and emigration were very moving. We saw the one-man show...More
I was there at the weekend for my first visit and saw Aidan Dooley's one man show about Tom Crean the Antarctic Explorer. It's a really good venue and they have a packed programme for the months ahead. Well worth a visit and I know...More