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GALWAY’S CULTURE Night will take place throughout Galway city on Friday September 24th, 2010 when more than 30 cultural groups and organisations will come together to invite over 20,000 people to explore, experience and enjoy Galway’s unique cultural and creative vibrancy for a night of free artistic and cultural offering.
This year’s Galway Arts festival succeeds yet again in giving some insight into the minds of remarkable artists whose personal magic interprets our world. These include international journalists Niall O’Dowd, John Lancaster, several writers including Bret Easton Ellis, and the renowned theatre and opera director Sir Peter Hall. On Saturday afternoon, the playwright and poet Frank McGuinness teased out some paths through the labyrinthine mind of Ireland’s leading painter Brian Bourke.
Ireland’s leading arts event, the Galway Arts Festival, is set to provide an internationally acclaimed line-up of music, dance, theatre, comedy, street events and art from July 12 to 25.
Galway is well known as one of Ireland’s leading cultural centres but tomorrow from 6pm, it’s going to go all out to encourage everyone to sample the arts in the city with the Galway Culture Night.
GLAM ROCK legends the New York Dolls and a major dance show by the brilliant Michael Clark, inspired by the Glam era of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Lou Reed, are just two of the many exciting shows, concerts, events, readings, and exhibitions lined up for this year’s Galway Arts Festival, which runs from July 13 to 26.
THE WHITE Room Gallery, in the Liosban Industrial Estate will tomorrow open an exhibition entitled 10x10. It will feature 10 new pieces by 10 artists, each measuring 10 inches by 10 inches, and each piece is for sale for €100.
Galway Culture Night takes place on Friday September 25 with a host of free musical, literary, and arts events taking place throughout the city.
Black & White Photography, one of the world’s leading photography magazines is featuring work by Galway photographer Adrian Megahey in its latest edition.