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DOWNTON ABBEY'S Michelle Dockery stars in the stage adaptation of Les Liaisons Dangereuses in London's National Theatre, a performance of which will be broadcast to The Eye Cinema on Thursday January 28 at 7pm.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S comedy The Taming of the Shrew is being given a fresh interpretation by French choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot and the Bolshoi Ballet, as Galway will see this week.
GEORGES BIZET'S Les Pecheurs de Perles - aka The Pearl Fishers - featuring one of opera's best known and loved duets, 'Au Fond Du Temple Saint', will be performed in New York's Metropolitan Opera.
THE SPANISH artist Francisco Goya created some of the most memorable and in his Disasters Of War and Dark Paintings series, some of the most disturbing, images in western art.
LULU, ONE of opera's greatest and most dangerous femme fatales, will take audiences on a wild journey of love, obsession, and death when the eponymous opera by Alban Berg is screened in Galway.
RICHARD WAGNER has often suffered from bad press, what with Adolf Hitler being a big fan and philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche such a stern critic, but the quality of his music continues to enrapture audiences.
TWO WORKS by Shakespeare - one by the man himself, another an operatic adaptation by Giuseppe Verdi, being performed in different countries - one in England, the other in the USA, will both be shown at The Eye Cinema.
THE BOLSHOI Ballet's production of the classic ballet Giselle, directed by Yuri Grigorovich and featuring music by Adolphe Adam, will be broadcast live in HD from Moscow to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark, this Sunday at 4pm.
IL TROVATORE, Verdi’s popular Spanish opera, will open New York's Metropolitan Opera House 2015/2016 season and it will also be screened live, via satellite, to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark, this Saturday.
FIVE GALWAY women, all aged more than 100, are interviewed and profiled in the award winning Older Than Ireland, which won the Best Feature Documentary award at this summer's Galway Film Fleadh, and goes on general release in cinemas on Friday.