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Arena Tuesday 30 April 2019
On Thursday's Arena with Seán Rocks, Pulitzer prize-winning author Mark Stevens on his new biopgraphy of Francis Bacon with Annalyn Swan, film reviews And Music for Galway.
Daily arts and popular culture show
Fergal Lawler, drummer with The Cranberries recalls life in the band and making their final album "In The End"
Ruth Barton remembers the career of film-maker John Singleton, whose death was announced yesterday
Henry Lewis and Jonathan Sayer, writers of the comic farce "The Comedy About A Bank Robbery" by Mischief Theatre which opens at the Gaiety Theatre next week
Full details: www.gaietytheatre.ie
Ayelet Gundar Goshen reads an extract from her novel "Liar" (published by Pushkin Press)
Fiona Linnane, whose compositions will feature in "Abandoned", a site specific production in the Old Sailor's Home in Limerick of four short operas by Limerick's new opera company Opera Workshop, each inspired by sailors who work the sea
Full details: http://operaworkshop.ie/
In The End
A Place I Know
Presenter: Seán Rocks