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ANNIE, ONE of the best known and loved musicals in the world, receivse an Irish language performance in An Taibhdhearc Theatre, Middle Street, from Saturday December 12 to Sunday 20.
This year, for the first time, Ireland will be competing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Sofia on Saturday November 21. Representing Ireland is Aimee Banks, a 13-year old from Moycullen, who will be singing ‘Réalta na Mara’/‘Star of the Sea’, a song which she co-wrote and composed.
TADHG MACDONNAGÁIN, the An Spidéal-based author, publisher, broadcaster, and singer-songwriter has won the Gradam Uí Shúilleabháin Award, the premier prize for writing as Gaeilge, for his biography of the itinerant poet Raiftearaí.
AIMEE BANKS, a 13-year-old from Moycullen, has made the Irish final of Junior Eurovision 2016, winning the televised heat on Sunday of the song contest, which is being broadcast on TG4.
PAUL MERCIER, the award winning Irish director and writer, whose debut feature film, Pursuit, premiered at the 2015 Galway Film Fleadh, will give a workshop for actors and film-makers next month.
AINDRIAS DE STAIC, the "wild-eyed shock of Celtic unpredictability", who fuses music, theatre, comedy, and storytelling to magnificent effect, returns to the Galway Fringe Festival with The Man From Moogaga.
THE GALWAY Film Fleadh opened with a movie featuring Indreabhán actor Dónall Ó Héalaí and before the festival closes on Sunday, two more films featuring the Connemara actor will be screened.
THE GUITAR, whether used to play rock, jazz, or classical, will be the centre of attention on Tuesday June 2 at The Galway Guitar Night, in The Cellar Bar.
A new TG4 series is to tell the story of some of the colourful characters who live and work on one of Ireland’s most barren but beautiful patches - the Erris peninsula.
A quiz will take place tomorrow Friday February 20 to help fund a Galway dancer’s trip to compete in the World Championships for Irish dancing.