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Mayo Arts Service in partnership with Creative Ireland is proud to present 'I am What I am', an exhibition celebrating gender and identity in Ballina Arts Centre
Two arts centres in Mayo have been granted €275,500 between them from the Arts Council, with the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar receiving €225,000 and the Ballina Arts Centre receiving €50,5000.
Mayo County Council Arts Service is delighted to announce the deadline for the following awards: Mayo Arts Service Creative Ireland Cultural Diversity Curatorial Award and the Film Mayo Creative Ireland Award. The deadline for these awards is Monday, November 16.
Pandemic-friendly Ballina Fringe Festival is gearing up to bring much needed fun, laughter and colour to the streets of Ballina.
The elected members of Ballina Municipal District have been told that the council will only be committing 50 per cent of the previously budgeted for General Municipal Allocations, up to the end of July this year, owing to the current financial situation the council finds itself in due to a drop in income due to Covid-19.
The minutes of the February meeting of the Ballina Municipal District were amended at its May meeting, which took place last Friday in the Ballina Arts centre.
The elected members of the Ballina Municipal District praised the work of Gardai in seizing €330,000 worth of drugs in the locality last week, at their monthly meeting which took place last Friday in the Ballina Arts Centre. Cathaoirleach of the district, Cllr Michael Loftus, led the tributes - pointing out that the Mayo Joint Policing Committee had been pressing the Gardai to tackle the scourge of drugs, which was responded to by the setting up of a divisional drugs task force by Chief Supt Tony Healy. However, Cllr Loftus added that one part of the seizure was sinister and frightening, in regard to the detection of ammunition during the search operation that led to the seizure.
After an extensive period of storms and flooding, the changing pattern of Ireland’s weather is become ever more evident and ever more understood as the effects of climate change on our country.
After doubts about the return of Other Voices to Ballina - following its initial staging there in September 2018, it was announced last Friday that the music festival will be returning to the north Mayo town at the end of next month.
Festival-goers to this year’s Ballina Fringe Festival will be treated to another show-stopping performance by Cork actor Pat Kinevane, as he brings his latest tour de force, ‘Before’, to Ballina Arts Centre on Tuesday, October 15 with Fishamble Theatre Company.