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Culture Night, Ireland's annual night of free arts, entertainments, and cultural events, to encourage the public to embrace, enjoy, and develop more interest in music, theatre, literature, dance, and the visual arts, returns tomorrow, Friday September 18.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre and the Black Box Theatre will reopen for live performances from this Saturday [September 5], for a limited number of events each week between now and Christmas.
FROM THE brilliance of Bach's Cello Suites to the haunting backing the cello provided to Nirvana's legendary Unplugged in NY concert for MTV, the cello has been one of the most versatile and admired instruments in music.
ASYLUM SEEKERS and Irish people will join forces for a dance show, coming to Galway, which has been inspired by the lives of refugees and people in direct provision.
FOUR FILMS which have been entered for the Best Foreign Film at the 2020 Oscars will be among the award winning, critically acclaimed, box-office hits from across Europe, North Africa, and Caucasia, which will be screened in Galway this month.
HE WOULD never have cut it as Henry John Deutschendorf jr, but as John Denver, he charmed the world with now undisputed classics like 'Take Me Home, Country Roads', 'Annie's Song', 'Rocky Mountain High', and 'Thank God I'm a Country Boy'.
"WE ARE stardust, we are golden," sang Joni Mitchell on her iconic song ‘Woodstock’ and a similar idea informs Starseed by Killian Glynn, which receives its premiere from Eva’s Echo Theatre Company at the Town Hall Theatre studio next week.
SIR ERNEST Shackleton, the Irish born explorer who led three expeditions to the Antarctic, is the subject of an award winning show from Blue Raincoat Theatre Company, coming to Galway next month.
KATIE BRAY, the English mezzo soprano who won the Dame Joan Sutherland Audience Prize at the 2019 Cardiff Singer of the World competition, is coming to Galway to perform the title role in Antonio Vivaldi's Griselda.
SHANE CLIFFORD is "the best comedian in Ireland, hands down," according to the Rubber Bandits' Blindboy Boatclub, and Galway can see why when he brings his new show to the Town Hall Theatre.