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ÓRLA MCGOVERN, the artistic director of The Spontaneous Theatre People, will teach two classes in improv to the Galway Actors Workshop this weekend and next weekend.
THE BRILLIANT Abie Philbin Bowman, whose comedy goes "way beyond superficial satire" to be "absorbing, challenging and highly entertaining", by Time Out, plays the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
JIMMY CARR, the comedian and host of Channel 4's 8 Out Of 10 Cats, brings his new stand-up show Funny Business to Leisureland, Salthill, on Saturday December 19 at 8pm.
DR COPPELIUS has made a life-size dancing doll, so lifelike, young Franz becomes obsessed with it, abandoning his girlfriend, Swanhilda. Can Swanhilda save Franz from his own folly, and from the evil designs of the dastardly doctor?
DELORENTOS' HOME Again Acoustic Tour is billed as the Dublin quartet's most ambitious acoustic tour to date, promising special arrangements of songs from across their catalogue, with some special guests aiding and abetting the renditions.
ADELE DESCRIBED 21 as a "break-up album", but 25 as a "make-up album...making up with myself", but the fall-out from break-up still haunts many of these, often melancholy, songs of regret for what has happened, what has gone, and what can never return.
A BEGUILING exhibition featuring three Italian artists has opened in the Town Hall Theatre bar. Entitled Grounded, it features paintings and prints by Elena Dova, Gaia Biscardi and Gregorio Vecchione, all of whom have made their homes in Galway over the past couple of years.
THERE ARE few musicians, who, more than two decades into their career, produce a set of songs many regard as among their finest, if not indeed their best, that go on to get a Mercury award nomination, in a year which is also the 20th anniversary of the album with which they originally made their name.
Athlone Little Theatre has qualified for the 2015 All Ireland One-Act Drama finals with the play, In a Land Much Like Ours, by Manchester playwright Rob Johnston.
If you have the opportunity, please try and get to see Brooklyn, the film which is now showing at major cinemas throughout the country.