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Galway's Pálás Cinema has been awarded the Use of Colour Prize at the World Architecture Awards which were held recently in Amsterdam.
A CELEBRATION of the life and work of the much respected Galway actor Siobhán McKenna, will take place in An Taibhdhearc next week as part of the national Irish language theatre's [email protected] events.
AN TAIBHDHEARC, the city’s oldest theatre and the national Irish language theatre of Ireland, is about to celebrate its 90th birthday with [email protected], a star-studded show, to be directed by Maolíosa Stafford.
The Pálás was officially opened on Wednesday afternoon by the Mayor of Galway City, Labour councillor Niall McNelis, who said he hopes the art house cinema will be "an attractive meeting place for the people of Galway".
At long last it is open! More than a decade after it was first mooted, Galway’s arthouse cinema, Pálás, opened its doors to the public last week and early responses have been very favourable.
THE BREATHING Burren, the new book by environmental writer, artist, and educator, Gordan D’Arcy, will be launched in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, tomorrow at 6.30pm.
HUBERT BUTLER, the Irish essayist, once denounced by a papal nuncio as a dangerous communist, is the subject of a film which will be screened in the Town Hall Theatre this evening at 8pm.
An innovative project comprising an exhibition and book, which is forming part of the local Easter Rising centenary celebrations in 2016, has been launched.
STARTING IN the early seventies and continuing for about 20 years, there was a continuous migration into Galway of extraordinary “blow ins” whose genius and drive transfigured the cultural life of the city.