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Blue Teapot Theatre Company’s romantic comedy Sanctuary is a candid exploration of some of the issues which affect the lives of people with intellectual disability. The play, which features a cast of actors with intellectual disabilities, is currently enjoying a run at the Blue Teapot Theatre in Muster Avenue as part of the Galway Arts Festival.
A new original TV3 drama, based on a small housing estate in the suburbs of Galway, is to hit our screens on Monday January 7 at 10pm.
“Daddy, daddy,” cried a little girl as the men and women of the 107th Infantry Battalion completed a walk-past at Custume Barracks on Wednesday afternoon.
The new autumn stock has arrived at La Maison Chic, with silk flowers, new furniture, and lighting in gorgeous seasonal colours such as auburn and aubergine.
A well-known weekend treat for the people of Galway will become a festival-long treat for all during the Volvo Ocean Race. The Galway Market, which takes place by St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church every Saturday and Sunday, will operate for the duration of the Volvo Ocean Race and the Galway Arts Festival.
The city’s oldest rugby rivalry is renewed once more on St Patrick’s Day when 36 teams from Galwegians and Corinthians do battle for the annual Glynn Cup.
Wheelchair-bound since an accident in 1981, Newport man Tom Chambers knows no bounds. The sports fanatic has completed numerous marathons, pushed the wheels through countless races and inspired a multitude through his unyielding belief that anything is possible. The big man was always active, playing football with his native Burrishoole in his youth and later lining out across the water in England. When a car accident in 1981 left him disabled, it still could not take away his love of life and ambition to push back the boundaries time and time again.
Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber’s 60th birthday gala at London’s Royal Festival Hall earlier this year was, in his words, a celebration of the “beautiful, temperamental instrument” that dominates his life. Now Julian brings the instrument - the Barjansky Stradivarius cello, dated 1690 - which famously gets its own seat on airplanes - on his Irish tour, Travels With My Cello: An Evening with Julian Lloyd Webber. The tour begins at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Wednesday, November 2, at 8pm.
A testament of human fortitude against all the elements of Antarctica, Tom Crean – Antarctic Explorer is brought to life in this dramatic solo performance at the Watergate in Kilkenny.
2011 has been a milestone for Julian Lloyd Webber, one of the greatest and most admired cellists of our time. This year saw the birth of Julian and wife Jiaxin Cheng’s daughter Jasmine Orienta; the release of the double-CD collection The Art of Julian Lloyd Webber; and Julian’s 60th birthday.