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DECADENT THEATRE Company will lead the resumption of indoor live theatre in the city with its production of Kevin Barry’s There Are Little Kingdoms as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.
WHO WE Love, a film about coming of age and coming out, and two friends navigating the troubled waters of school life and Dublin's LGBT+ scene, receives its world premiere at the 33rd Galway Film Fleadh.
A 'sound walk', featuring music, stories, and poems from some 100 children in Galway and Clare, has been launched and will be available until the end of the month.
Busking is the practice of performing in public places, street performances for tips or gratuities, voluntary donations. It may come from the Spanish word buscar – to seek (fame and fortune), or the Latin word buscare – to procure, to gain.
The Linenhall Arts Centre is thrilled to be hosting a special, digital performance of ‘Music Network presents Patrick Rafter and Fiachra Garvey’ via their on demand platform on Wednesday, June 30 at 7pm.
ROBOCOBRA QUARTET, hailed as “pioneers” by the BBC and who have been compared to a cross between Fugazi and Charles Mingus by Drowned in Sound, are coming to Galway.
MUSIC BY the Galway based composer, Jane O’Leary, will be performed at the Theatre Royal Plymouth, and by Ireland’s National Symphony Orchestra.
GALWAY CAN immerse itself in the music of Slovenia when the ConTempo Quartet perform music from that country with an online concert tomorrow, Friday May 21 at 1pm.
Galway and Rijeka in Croatia will pass the title of European Capital of Culture to Esch in Luxembourg, Kaunas in Lithuania and Novi Sad in Serbia, with a ceremony to be broadcast on TG4.
Join Super8 Shots Festival today, Thursday, 29th April at 7PM for a once off screening of unseen footage gathered from Galway's past and Kaunas, Lithuania's present. Super 8 Shots Festival’s 'Wonder Years' screening will give you a glimpse into rare never seen before 8mm and 16mm digitally remastered amateur footage from Galway and Ireland dating back to the 1950s, 60s and 70s, with an original soundtrack composed by Galway based composer Mr Weasel.