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AWARD-WINNING movies from Morocco, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, South Africa, and Rwanda will be shown in the Nuns Island Arts Theatre for the fifth Galway African Film Festival.
To Mark Africa Day, Galway will host a series of musical and cultural events this Saturday at Club Áras na nGael, Dominick Street, that will provide 11 hours of entertainment for both Galwegians and the city’s African community.
Galway is set to come alive to the sounds, rhythms, sights, and tastes of Africa on Friday May 27 and Saturday 28 as the city marks Africa Day 2011.
IT’S STRANGE but many people actually think of and refer to Africa as if it were one country, not a continent of many and diverse nations.
Africa Day falls Tuesday May 25 and to celebrate African people and culture, there will be an exciting programme of sports, music, film, and educational events taking place in Galway city.
The Spirit of Africa Day Schools Soccer Cup will take place at Mervue United AFC pitch on Friday May 21 from 10am until 2pm.
NIWEL TSUMBU, one of Africa’s leading guitarists, is bringing his band Motema to Galway to play a free show in the Volvo Ocean Race stage and to mark the celebration of Africa Day in the city.
When we think of the continent of Africa we think of countries ravaged by AIDS, corrupt governments, civil wars, famines, and poverty. This is only one side of the story. There is also vibrant cultures, music, and people determined to succeed in the business world.
Looking for a fun family day out this weekend, then look no further than the Cillin Hilll, where Africa Day will take place on Sunday, May 24.