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Galway’s very own Fíbín Theatre Company brings the exciting adventures of Ríbín and Glibín to the stage during this year’s Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, which takes place next week. Based on the characters from the hugely popular TG4 show of the same name, Saol Faoi Shráid features lots of singing and great interaction.
THE HAPPY Heart Zone, a place where children and adults can come together to play, invent, be curious, and do just about anything, is coming to Galway and opening its doors as part of the Baboró International Festival for Children.
A WOMAN who has survived the concentration camps returns to Berlin after the end of WWII. Surgeons have managed to reconstruct her damaged face, but she now looks entirely different.
Donegal comedian Conal Gallen returns to the Town Hall Theatre this Saturday at 8pm, where he will deliver a highly entertaining two hour set of songs and jokes.
WHEN AL Porter emerged on to the stage of the Spiegeltent, an opening act on the opening night of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway last October, he was little known. Fifteen minutes later, those present knew they would never forget him, and that a new star of Irish comedy had announced his arrival.
The 40th Westport Arts Festival kicks off next Wednesday, September 30, and this year’s festival features an eclectic mix of events for all ages across all art forms. The literary programme for this year’s festival includes the award-winning writer, John Banville, whose novel, The Sea, won the Man Booker Prize. There will also be readings from Donal Ryan, Martin Dyar, Geraldine Mills, and Orfhlaith Foyle. Dr Eimear O’Connor, art historian and author and curator, will give a presentation on Seán Keating and the Art of the Rebellion. The winners of the festival’s Poetry Competition will be announced at a special prize-giving evening of poetry and music in The Creel, featuring writer and singer-songwriter, Orlagh de Bhaldraithe.
Claremorris will be alive with activity this weekend when the Non Prophet Festival winds down with two hectic days of events. On tomorrow, Saturday, September 26 from 12 noon to 5pm, a theatre workshop which will serve as an introduction to theatre, drama, and stage acting.
SCANDINAVIA HAS been home to some of the finest TV drama of recent years, and it also has a long history of quality film-making, and the Galway Film Society will screen a recent example in the Town Hall Theatre this weekend.
LOUGHREA'S BRAVO Theatre Group make their Galway city debut this weekend at the Town Hall Theatre with the musical drama, The Last Five Years. Written by Jason Robert Brown, it is an intensely personal look at the relationship between a writer and an actress, told from both points of view.
“A CROSS between a DJ, a comedian, and a human sound-sample library," is how The Guardian described Beardyman. It could have also added front-rank improv artist and entertainer to that description of the man who plays the Vodafone Comedy Carnival next month.