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RISING GALWAY indie band NewDad, Hardy Bucks star and comedian Owen Colgan, and photographer Ruth Medjber are among those who will be taking part in an exciting new festival - Leasta, created for young people, by young people.
Acclaimed musicians Laoise Kelly (harp) and John Hoban (fiddle, mando-cello, song and more) present a performance of traditional music and song online from the Linenhall Arts Centre.
When the Town Hall Theatre – the epicentre of Galway's cultural activity - later this month installs its own in-house live streaming equipment, it will mark yet another important milestone on the long and winding road travelled since the Covid-19 shutdown of March 2020.
In an exciting new initiative by the Linenhall Arts Centre, theatre artist Elaine Mears will join the team as Associate Artist for a period of eight months in 2021.
CONNEMARA, the writings of Máirtín Ó Cadhain, Pádraic Ó Conaire, and Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, the music of the West of Ireland, and the impact of emigration will coalesce in an immersive, virtual reality film, to tour Galway in June.
LISA MANNION, Oisín Parslow, and Emily White - two NUI Galway students and an NUIG graduate - have been chosen for Lasta, the ground-breaking new national arts programme for young people by young people.
The Town Hall Theatre is inviting applications for its 2021 Patron Donation Awards from artists, companies, or producers based in Galway city or county.
‘Wires Crossed’, an innovative Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture project illustrating the importance of head and heart balance, continues to be delivered by Galway Community Circus. While the Covid pandemic has brought significant challenges, the project has reached hundreds of community participants in 13 countries to date. Wires Crossed is being delivered by a network of 15 European youth and social circus schools, led by Galway Community Circus and Ecole De Cirque De Bruxelles. The project promotes physical and mental wellbeing, safe risk-taking and social inclusion through funambulism – tightwire walking using a balancing pole.
The fourth episode of Siamsaíocht Sessúins airs on Athlone Community radio at noon on Saturday, April 24, with the video to premier on the Athlone Family Resource Centre Youtube and Facebook pages at 9pm that night.
HOW THEATRE and performance is made, presented, and experienced has changed dramatically over the past 12 months, and the 2021 Galway Theatre Festival will explore this new relationship with creativity and space.