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THE BABORÓ International Arts Festival for Children was launched at a reception in the House Hotel on Monday afternoon. The festival runs from October 15 to 21 and features myriad magical and exciting shows and events from home and abroad.
BRANAR, TÉATAR DO PHÁISTÍ’s mission is to create a “simple elegant form of theatre for young people”, which it delivers in its latest production Croi a Mhuscailt - Awakening a Heart.
THE LAMBERT Puppet Theatre will present its show Snow White at the Town Hall Theatre this Sunday at 2pm.
Mark your calendar for a musical event like no other — monsters making music. Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird, Bert, Ernie and all their Sesame Street friends are taking to the stage to share their love of music in Sesame Street Live - Elmo Makes Music at the Royal Theatre on Easter Monday, April 9, for two shows one at 2pm and another at 4.30pm.
CIRCUS STACHAMOOSE is a puppet show for families which runs each Sunday in the Galway City Museum until Christmas.
CONTROVERSY, COMEDY, mayhem, music, storytelling, puppetry, saga, and satire will be unleashed on the city when the third Galway Theatre Festival opens next Monday.
Audiences are in for a rare treat with the Puppet State Company’s adaptation of The Man Who Planted Trees which comes to Castlebar’s Linenhall Arts Centre on Friday October 22 and Saturday October 23 for the RoolaBoola Children’s Arts Festival. An engaging blend of comedy, puppetry, and inspiring storytelling, this beautiful show has become a regular feature in the fringe programme of UK and Scottish festivals, selling out and winning awards for the last two years.
PUPPETRY, live action, and memory are used to tell the story of two lives in Seeing And Dreaming, part of the upcoming Galway Theatre Festival.
The 14th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children starts on Monday and continues until Sunday with an array of dance, percussion, theatre, clowning, puppetry, music, literature, and visual art shows for all the family to enjoy.
Sleeping dragons, Jack and the Beanstalk, a very hungry caterpillar, a man who planted trees, and a fish who wants to be human. It can mean only one thing — RoolaBoola is here again. The annual children’s arts festival is back with a vibrant programme of shows, workshops, drop-in events, and more for young people of all ages, and lots of fun for the whole family too, over the October Bank Holiday weekend from Friday 22 to Monday October 25 at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar.