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THE WORLD premiere of Woyzeck in Winter, a major new music theatre production, will take place in Galway as part of the Galway International Arts Festival 2017, after which the show transfers to London’s prestigious Barbican Centre.
Galway International Arts Festival is delighted to announce that celebrated UK theatre company Kneehigh will bring their five-star show Tristan & Yseult to the Galway International Arts Festival in July.
THE COOLE Music Orchestra Festival, which celebrates it's 10th anniversary this year, returns on Saturday March 11, with a series of afternoon and evening concerts, in the Gort Community Centre, south Galway.
Galway’s arts scene has long thrived on the input of countless cultured ‘blow-ins’ who landed here from near and far, and then enriched us all with their creative endeavours. New Yorker John Farrell, who has just relocated to Galway, is well equipped to carry on that honoured tradition and indeed he is relishing the prospect of doing so.
PRODIGY, THIS year’s Music for Galway midwinter festival, will feature amazing music by brilliant prodigies from history like Mozart, Mendelssohn, Mahler, and Prokofiev, as well as present-day wunderkind Alma Deutscher, who will be making her Irish debut.
ALMA DEUTSCHER is no ordinary 11-year-old. She is acclaimed as one of today’s most exciting young composers and pianists, and she joins a long line of classical musicians who have genuine claim to be considered a prodigy.
ALMA DEUTSCHER is no ordinary 11-year-old. She is acclaimed as one of today's most exciting young composers and pianists, and she joins a long line of classical musicians who have genuine claim to be considered a prodigy.
GALWAY'S FÍBÍN Theatre Company will premiere Tóraíocht, its new version of the epic tale, The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Gráinne - written by Philip Doherty and directed by renowned actor and director Mikel Murfi - next week at the Black Box Theatre.
Design Galway 2016 will feature Re: Design Talks which will feature conversations with leading design practitioners on an innovative aspect of their practice. Topics range from traditional and contemporary methodologies within the Irish textile industry, a close look into the inspiration behind Galway’s internationally acclaimed Macnas, documenting street art culture around the world and finally exploring the cross-section between screen printing and activism.
More than 44,000 people are expected to line the streets of the city this Sunday to see Savage Grace, this year's Macnas Halloween Parade, and the public is encouraged to wear fancy dress and enjoy the wild and ghoulish fun of it all.