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While summer is still firmly on the minds of everyone, Roscommon Arts Centre has moved a step ahead to unveil its autumn programme.
THE DIRTY Circus will deliver a night of the most fantastic, sauciest, and craziest cabaret imaginable when it returns to the Róisín Dubh, and among the performers is Bonnie Boux, Miss Burlesque Ireland Showgirl of the Year 2016.
BALLET IRELAND is touring a new version of Giselle, the haunting story of love and betrayal, choreographed by one of Europe’s foremost emerging choreographers, former Royal Ballet dancer Ludovic Ondiviela.
WE ARE Hurtling Into The Future, a new solo exhibition by artist Joanna Kidney, opens tomorrow in the Galway Arts Centre. It reflects on ideas of time and motion, the experience of being human with a living body on this earth, moving through the measure of time.
BALLET IRELAND brings the perfect flavour of Christmas to the Town Hall Theatre with its touring production of The Nutcracker on Tuesday November 29 and Wednesday 30 at 8pm. This timeless classic, with beautiful costumes and Tchaikovsky’s beloved and sumptuous score, takes audiences on a wondrous adventure of full of the quintessential Christmas magic.
Last Saturday October 8 the now annual blessing of pets took place in Knock Shrine, the event was organised by the Family Centre at Knock Shrine which decided to run it again this year. Owing to the the nature of the creatures that were being blessed, the event was held outside the Family Centre at the Shrine.
Traditional music and dance come together when top musicians Tola Custy, Maeve Gilchrist, and David Power join forces with dancer Colin Dunne for Edges of Light, an exciting musical celebration at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Tuesday September 20 at 8.25pm (NB start time).
The Galway minor footballers, under the guidance of team manager Stephen Joyce and selectors Jason Taniane and Terence Morgan, produced a good performance Sunday in Croke Park on Sunday, defeating Donegal by 2-12 to 1-11 to qualify for the All-Ireland minor final for the first time in nine years.
PROJECT WEST, a group of traditional Irish musicians, who recently took the US by storm on a 100-date tour, kick off their first official Irish tour with a charity concert in Galway.
WHAT WOULD happen if, one day, death downed tools and took a holiday? That’s the scenario at the heart of Death at Intervals, the brilliant novel by Portuguese Nobel laureate José Saramago, a theatre adaptation of which is coming to the Galway International Arts Festival.