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IN THE 1980s and 1990s, Whose Line Is It Anyway? was the cream of Channel 4’s comedy output, which spawned a host of spin-offs and led to the hugely successful US series of the same name.
CREATIVE WRITING classes for beginners and intermediate level, take place in the Galway Technical Institute in September.
This is the chance to experience a really original, live music performance in the form of In Flow, taking place at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, April 28.
CREATIVE WRITING classes with the poet Kevin Higgins and the poet/short story writer Susan Millar DuMars, will be held at the Galway Technical Institute, Father Griffin Road.
A new survey of results supported by NUI Galway has outlined that across Europe’s Northern Edge, 60 per cent of creative entrepreneurs work on their own. A further 31% of enterprises employ fewer than five people.
FORÓIGE AND Galway Youth Theatre have joined forces to offer a creative lab to young people aged between 13 and 17.
THE VARIATIONS Of The Compass: A World Without Maps, is a creative writing course for young people aged between 13 and 17, hosted by Dani Gill, director of the Cúirt International Festival of Literature.
With the start of the new academic year now is the time to be thinking about updating or adding to your skills set. It is always good to review your job, career, and personal goals and decide what direction you want to take. Taking a course offers many benefits including acquiring new knowledge, the challenge of learning, the recognition it brings, and the sheer thrill of learning new things. So why not stop thinking about it and sign up for a course today.
Mind mapping has been hailed as the perfect tool for learning, brainstorming, planning, studying, and organising ideas. Now Galwegians will have the opportunity to learn about mind mapping from the man who coined the term, at a seminar taking place in the city later this month.
IN RECENT years Druid Theatre Company has shown itself the master of largescale theatrical projects with both DruidSynge and DruidMurphy. Yet in both cases it was dealing with playwrights in whose work it already had a deep grounding, writers and plays that could be said to be part of the company’s DNA.