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Branar Theatre specialises in children's theatre for the very young where often language is not the most important tool to convey the story. Their work is precisely crafted to tell the story succinctly for the eyes and ears of young children, while introducing them to an amazing, awe-inspiring, work of live theatre. The group will be bringing their show Bláth/The Flower to the Linenhall Arts Centre next Monday, October 26.
Westport Town Hall Theatre presents Achill native and multi platinum selling recording artist James Kilbane on Friday November 6 at 8pm for his theatre show Songs Of My Life and more. Kilbane has just returned from dates in Ohio and Tennessee. Kilbane sings a variety of music and song extremely well in his own unique and powerful way from ballad to anthem.
GALWAY ARTIST Paul James Kearney will provide his own particular view of Galway city in his new exhibition, Another View, which opens in the Renzo Café & Gallery, Eyre Street, this evening at 8pm.
Mná Mná Music, the monthly event in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh has moved to Mondays, with the first installment taking place this evening at 8.30pm and featuring Stacey Nolan, Karen Alice Dunbar, and I Am Niamh!
EILEEN O'MARA Walsh will launch her memoir The Third Daughter: A Retrospective, published by The Lilliput Press, in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, Middle Street, on Thursday October 22 at 6.30pm.
THE FIRST Zombie Beauty Salon to open in Galway will take place this month as part of a series of Halloweeen events and classes, including costume making and pumpkin carving, taking place at the Galway Arts Centre.
DRUID THEATRE Company is offering emerging artists rehearsal space, mentoring, office space, and professional development as part of its FUEL: Emerging Artist Residency.
SILENT MOVES, a film inspired by the silent comedies of Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, and Harold Lloyd, and starring actors with intellectual disabilities, will be shown in the Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday October 20 at 8pm.
The Pillar House Folk Club in Ballinasloe has in just over a year become a premier live music venue, having hosted a diverse range of Ireland’s finest folk artists.
An innovative art project at a city public hospital aims to encourage people to have a positive attitude and to live in the present.