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BY KERNAN ANDREWS
of a new play by Conall Morrison and a new opera by Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh; a major exhibition by Brazilian artist Ana Maria Pacheco; new theatre productions from Druid; Beach Boys’ legend Brian Wilson at the Big Top; and Syrian architect and author Marwa Al-Sabouni, are just some of the highlights of the 40th Galway International Arts Festival.
THE WORLD premieres of a new play by Conall Morrison, and a new opera by Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh; a major exhibition by Brazilian artist Ana Maria Pacheco; new theatre productions from Druid; Beach Boys’ legend Brian Wilson at the Big Top; and Syrian architect and author Marwa Al-Sabouni - these are just some of the highlights of the 40th Galway International Arts Festival.
Brazilian students at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) gave their fellow students a sample of Brazilian life and culture with carnival celebrations on campus on February 11.
A WOMAN only 3’ 6” tall, who calls herself, the Ferrari of comedy, "low to the ground and kinda racy"; a man known as the 'Whisky Comedian'; and The Two Johns, a duo of the extraordinary Terry Alderton and musician Johnny Spurling - Galway better get ready for them all.
RIVERRUN, ONE of the most acclaimed and successful Galway International Arts Festival shows of recent times, is to be performed in Sydney, Australia, next year.
St Mary’s Secondary School, Ballina, has announced details of an American Grease Carnival on Wednesday April 30 in aid of Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin. The event promises to be a kaleidoscope of colour and carnival, as the TY students invite local school children to take part in an exciting American style event.
The Moate St Patrick’s Day parade will be held on Sunday March 17 at 4pm.
The Colours Street Theatre Christmas Parade takes place this Saturday, starting at 3pm.
With many shows sold out this year’s attendance at the Galway Arts Festival is well on its way to reaching record numbers proving that not even the recession can keep lovers of the arts away from an event which has gained national and international recognition.