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Peppa Pig talks to the Galway Advertiser

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PEPPA PIG is going on a day out with George, Mummy Pig, and Daddy Pig and it is going to be her best day ever! Get ready for a road-trip involving castles, caves, dragons, dinosaurs, ice-creams, and muddy puddles.

One man's journey along the Camino de Santiago

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SVEN IS blind and deaf, but undaunted. He is determined to walk the Camino de Santiago, the 804km pilgrimage/hike through France and northern Spain - a journey chronicled in the film, The World At Arm’s Length.

Druid to stage world premiere of The Beacon

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A MYSTERIOUS accident. A dead husband. People are talking. Secrets are resurfacing from the depths. Is the past ever truly dead? Not in The Beacon which receives it's world premiere in Galway.

A film about Big Tom's statue

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A FILM about the creation of the statue to the late, legendary, Irish country singer, Big Tom, will be screened at the Galway Film Fleadh, and it is a documentary with Galway connections.

Johnny Duhan - last chance to see?

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JOHNNY DUHAN, one of Ireland's most respected songwriters, particularly for his song, 'The Voyage', plays the Town Hall Theatre this month as part of what could well be his final tour.

New drama on life of Una Taaffe all but sold out

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UNA TAAFFE was one of Galway's great characters and personalities, and her life will be explored in Are You There Una?, one of the most anticipated shows of the 2019 Galway Theatre Festival.

Your favourite movies, but an hour long and full of jokes

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IMAGINE YOUR favourite film, boiled down to an hour, and stuffed full of jokes and wholly unrehearsed takes. This is what Dreamgun do, and they are about to do it in the Town Hall Theatre.

'The medium of the stage is language and I have a lot to say'

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John Connors, star of Love/Hate, brings his acclaimed one-man show, Ireland’s Call, to the Town Hall Theatre next week. His debut as a playwright, it has been called "cathartically honest’" by The Irish Times, which also praised Connor’s "charismatic" performance.

The 39 Steps - murder, espionage, and saucy romance

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IT IS a classic British crime thriller novel by John Buchan; made twice into a film by Alfred Hitchcock; and later adapted for theatre by Patrick Barlow. It is The 39 Steps.

Apoptosis - life, and its complicated choices

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WHAT DO you want in life? Money, success, possessions, love? Are these vital to our wellbeing, or are they social constructs we have been persuaded into thinking are the ultimate goals of existence?

 

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