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Water Babies are taking bookings for the Autumn term starting at the end of August. The term runs for ten weeks with weekend and weekday classes held in and around Salthill, Oranmore, Ballybrit, Claregalway, Athenry, and Galway City.
There is an inherent wonder and sometimes infectious joy in picking up a children’s book if only for a minute. The magical wonders promised by the busy colourful images on the cover may only last a few moments, but the memories they bring back are often real, long lasting and always joyful. The suspension of disbelief is total and time stands completely still.
Despite significant growth in recent years, Galway’s population is still just 59 per cent of what it was in 1841, according to a new infographic published by the Western Development Commission.
MARK COUSINS, the director of The Story of Film: An Odyssey and I Am Belfast, is coming to Galway to present his new documentary about Orson Welles, to be screened at the Pálás.
ETHAN HUNT is back, in the IMF, which hilariously stands for Impossible Mission Force. After an operation gone wrong, three plutonium…things? have gone missing and a scientist who has the ability to turn them into nuclear weapons has been kidnapped.
PIXAR HAS had a pretty tumultuous few years. Its studio head John Lasseter has stepped down due to alleged sexual miscondonduct for "missteps" and "unwanted hugs". Now the studio, which was known for amazing original work, has just released its fourth sequel this decade, with two more to come in 2019.
LOST & FOUND, the award winning new Irish feature film starring Moone Boy's Norma Sheahan, Games of Thrones' Anthony Morris, and Foil Arms & Hog's Seán Flanagan, will be screened in The Eye Cinema from tomorrow, July 20.
TOTALLY WIRED, described by The Irish Times as "Ireland’s answer to Flight of the Conchords", but who describe themselves as "Ireland’s oldest and least successful boy band", are coming back to the Róisín Dubh.
ROMEO AND Juliet, arguably Shakespeare’s most famous play, will be staged by Britain's Royal Shakespeare Company, and be broadcast live, via satellite, to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.
THE 30TH Galway Film Fleadh takes place this week and among the highlights will be the screening of Behold My Heart, starring Marisa Tomei, who will attend the screening at the Town Hall Theatre.