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Galway Arts Festival marks twenty-one years of Festival Friends scheme

The Galway Arts Festival is celebrating 21 years of its Friends of the Festival scheme, which is an important source of revenue for the two week event.

Sign up for St Patrick’s Day Parade

This year the St Patrick’s Day celebrations will start early and the organisers have created a programme of events in the run up to the day.

Street parade to welcome Christmas to Galway

Colours Street Theatre Company will hold a White Lantern Carnival Parade through Shop Street next week to ‘welcome’ the arrival of Christmas.

Arts festival 2010 gave welcome €20 million boost to local economy

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Galway business received a €20 million boost from this year’s Arts Festival, organisers revealed this week as the curtain fell on what was a successful event which saw record crowds visit the city during the two weeks.

Féile Iorrais

The International Folk Arts Festival around the barony of Erris kicks off today with carnival music in Eachléim.

Macnas seeks parade performers

Macnas is looking for performers to take part in this year’s parade, The Wild Hunt, which will take to the streets of Galway on Sunday July 18 at 2pm as part of Galway Arts Festival.

The Big Sing relaunch

THE BIG Sing Multicultural Community Choir will be relaunched on Tuesday at 7pm in St Patrick’s Band Hall as a new musical director takes over.

Westport and Belmullet parades

The theme for the parade in Westport is Travel Smart – The Westport Way. The parade will commence at 3.30pm and the Grand Marshall will be the legendary Irish cyclist Sean Kelly.

Galway’s St Patrick’s Day Festival starts on Saturday

St Patrick’s Day in Galway will not be a one day celebration of all things Irish, it will be a five-day celebration of music, art, theatre carnival and all that is great about Galway.

Oranmore to celebrate St Patrick’s Day with seven day festival

St Patrick’s Day is not so much a day anymore as a festival celebrated over a series of days and Oranmore is no exception, as the town is set to make the national day into a week long festival.


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