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A feast of family fun involving theatre, puppetry, dance, music, exhibitions, film, literature, talks, and workshops await Galway when the 22nd Baboró International Arts Festival for Children returns from October 15 to 21.
“IT'S BEEN about 20 years since I last played Galway,” Tim Vine begins our interview, and that is before I have even got the chance to ask him a question. “I was just looking through my diaries; I’ve got every diary I kept ever since I started doing comedy so it will be listed here somewhere, I just can’t find it right now.”
'My name is Bernie Veronica Connolly and I am a dance and fitness instructor. I grew up in County Galway in a place called Ros A Mhil in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht.
MY WORLD, an exhibition of photographs and paintings by the acclaimed Irish based, Belgian photographer, Nutan, opens today [August 23] at 7.30pm in The Courthouse Gallery, Kinvara.
My name is Leanne Coyle, I'm 22 years old. I'm a photographer and before Christmas, decided I wanted to start a project that would be of meaning. I've spent so long taking pictures that carried little or no meaning, I decided it was time to change that.
The multi award-winning Lough Rea Hotel & Spa is one of the most highly recommended and well know wedding venues in Galway.
Mayo County Council's arts service is gearing up to launch the 2018 Upstart programme of arts and activities.
Roscommon Arts Centre is delighted to present 'In, Around & Aftereffects' by Ciaran Og Arnold, Martin Cregg and Mark Duffy, which opens on Friday, April 6, at 6pm as part of PhotoIreland Festival 2018.
This photograph of ‘The Green Grass’, also known as ‘The Big Grass’, in The Claddagh was taken on July 29, 1914. It was taken from roughly where the Claddagh Hall is today. There was a wide expanse of grass off to the left towards where South Park is today. In the early days parts of it were tidal, the tide would come in here in the form of a series of streams. In Peadar O’Dowd’s wonderful book Down By The Claddagh, there is an image of this area with a very large stream in the foreground. These streams were gradually filled in, thus creating the kind of surface we see in the photograph. There were occasional sandy patches visible on the grass.
A SERIES of striking photographic portraits, featuring craftspeople from Kinvara, and its surrounding region, at work, is about to go on exhibition in the south Galway village.