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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.
Whether you’re the adult reading bedtime stories or the child listening attentively, the world of children’s books is a very magical place. Perhaps you’re the writer who’d like to foster a love of reading? If you’re interested in learning more about publishing books for children then why not head along to an information-packed day for writers and illustrators at Baboró on Saturday October 21st in the Mick Lally Theatre. All are welcome– new, emerging and established alike.
Galway is without a doubt a festival city but in October it’s the kids’ turn. If you haven’t already experienced one of the best festival weeks in Galway, then mark October 16 – 22 in your diary and sign up to volunteer with Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.
THE BABORÓ International Arts Festival for Children gets underway in less than two weeks’ time and one of the must-see shows is The Peter Pan Experience by acclaimed Dutch company Het Laagland.
Whether you’re the adult reading bedtime stories or the child listening attentively and conjuring up wonderful images in your mind, the world of children’s books is a very special place.
THERE WAS a lively turn out at Galway City Museum’s The Kitchen Café on Monday evening for the programme launch of the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, which takes place from October 16 to 22.
The 20th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, Ireland’s flagship festival for children and families, has been under way all week and there is still plenty to catch this weekend. Festival organisers are encouraging families to make a day of it and to enjoy the full Baboró experience which includes shows, workshops, and free exhibitions.
THE SHAPE Of Things, Branar Teatar do Pháistí and Starcatchers' new show for those aged from six months to two years has its Irish premiere at the 2016 Babaró International Children's Festival.
PJ Lynch, Ireland's Laureate na nÓg, and an acclaimed book illustrator and artist from Belfast, who has won numerous awards for his work, will launch this year's Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.
THE BABORÓ International Children's Festival is just a couple of weeks away and one of the top attractions will be the Flemish ensemble Kopergietery, one of Europe’s most exciting theatre companies, with its original play, The Queen Has Vanished, a beautiful story that speaks about loss, sadness and hope.