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UP-AND-coming Galway ensemble Thereisbear! launched Druid’s emerging artists FUEL residency programme in fine style on Tuesday night at the Mick Lally Theatre with the premiere of No Show, written and directed by Peter Shine.
IT IS all systems go at the Mick Lally Theatre this week as Thereisbear! gear up for No Show, Peter Shine’s zestful showband-themed drama which starts previewing at the theatre from tomorrow and opens on Tuesday November 25.
ON SATURDAY May 17 at the Town Hall Theatre, eight short new theatre pieces will be presented by eight individual artists, as part of the theatre development project, Volition.
JOLT: VOLITION, a new theatre project, centred on creating original work through workshops, festival events, and discussions, is seeking applications.
Caroline McDonagh has been appointed the new director for the St Patrick’s Day parade in Galway city, taking over the role from Craig Flaherty who was the director for the past three years.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre will launch a pilot programme for new work this May called Studio THT.
Galway’s St Patrick’s Day Parade takes place on Wednesday March 17, starting at 12.30pm. However the parade will be the finale of a whole series of events as the St Patrick’s festivities are extended to five days this year.
The St Patrick’s Day celebrations will start early in 2010 as the organisers have created a programme of events in the run up to the big day.
Registration is now open for Galway’s 2009 St Patrick’s Day Parade which will take place on Tuesday March 17.
Galway will hold its 106th St Patrick’s Day Parade on Tuesday and this year’s sea based theme will have sea creatures swarming through the city streets.