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Beautiful ballet at the Royal Theatre

The Royal Theatre is welcoming back Ballet Ireland and its performance of Cinderella. This captivating show is one for all the family. The tale starts after the ball and the most famous incident of a lost shoe in fictional history. The story continues on past the wedding scene to the perhaps not quite so 'happily ever after' Cinderella and Prince Charming. The ultimate hero and heroine duo struggle to overcome their differing backgrounds and Cinderella's humble beginnings as she settles in to being the princess. We have some hilarious scenes to open the ballet as Buttons and the Ugly Sisters prepare for the homecoming of the couple.

Christmas gift ideas 2009

Having trouble finding the perfect gift for your husband, brother, boyfriend or son? Here are a few ideas to ease your mind a bit.

Druid rounds off the year with two awards

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Druid has this week won two awards at the Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards, rounding off an incredible 2009 for the Galway theatre company.

Over The Rainbow at the Town Hall

OVER THE Rainbow, the new dance show based on The Wizard Of Oz, will be performed by the Corrib Dance Academy in the Town Hall Theatre next week.

North Beach Poetry Nights

RAVEN, THE Californian poet who has shared the stage with Saul Williams, is the guest poet at the North Beach Poetry Nights in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Monday at 9pm.

It’s panto time

WITH THE yuletide season in full swing it is time once again to relish the annual theatrical treat of the pantomime.

St Stephen’s Night reunion party at The Skeff and Karma

With friends and family working and living away The Skeff and Karma are offering St Stephen’s Night as the place for friends to reunite and catch up in the one place. Renowned for the graduation celebrations of college friends, Karma and The Skeff Bar are appealing to even more people than just college students, with secondary schools all over Galway city and county being called upon.

Renmore Panto’s Mother Goose

IT WAS all the way back in 1979 that Renmore staged its first panto and in the decades since the show has gone from strength to strength and today it is one of the highlights of Galway’s Christmas season.

New Year creative writing classes

THE POETS Kevin Higgins and Susan Millar DuMars will host creative writing classes in poetry, fiction, and memoir writing in the GTI and GMIT in the New Year.

The Secret Garden at Nuns Island Theatre

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A YOUNG girl must leave India to live with her reclusive uncle in his great, empty, mansion in England. It would be very lonely there but for a magical and mysterious secret garden.


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