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Members of Irish Girl Guides from Doughiska travelled to Dublin to welcome award-winning entrepreneurs Kate and Annie Madden as the organisation’s new ambassadors.
THE ANCIENT saga of Diarmuid and Grainne gets a zestful makeover from Fíbín Theatre Company in an entertaining Town Hall staging of Tóraíocht that is a leap-off for a national tour –rather like the cross-country epic of the play’s hero and heroine.
Following their impressive victory over Kerry last weekend in Tralee, the Galway footballers face Malachy O’Rourke’s Monaghan this Sunday in Pearse Stadium.
PUPPETRY, MUSIC, shapes, sounds, tactile objects, and interaction, all aimed at Galway's tiniest theatre goers, will take place in March as Branar Téatar do Pháistí and The Mick Lally Theatre host two children's shows this month.
Home Rule, the campaign for self-government for Ireland within the United Kingdom, was the dominant political movement of Irish nationalism from 1870 to the end of World War I. It dominated all local and national papers in Ireland. Men fiercely argued its pros and cons while Ulster protested that if Home Rule was introduced it ‘would fight, and Ulster would be right.’
Average rents in Galway city are now in excess of €1,096 a month or 30 per cent above rental rates at the end of the Celtic Tiger era in 2008, a situation that is leading to Galway politicians calling on the Government to admit the introduction of Rent Pressure Zones in the city has failed.
SHE BEGAN as a puppeteer and ukulele enthusiast, before turning to music and releasing her debut album on recycled cassette tape. Now she's singing about white privilege, intersectional feminism, and climate change - and plays Galway this summer.
ACTOR'S WORKSHOPS centring on the Michael Chekhov technique will be taught by the actor, director, and teacher Max Hafler, in NUI Galway, during weekends in March, April, and May.
“IF MUSIC be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, the appetite may sicken, and so die.” Spoken by Duke Orsino, this is the most famous line from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
The Galway International Arts Festival and Druid Theatre Company are strong contenders at this year's Irish Times Theatre Awards, with both being nominated in a variety of categories.