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CATHERINE BROGAN, the performance poet, educator, and social activist is coming to Galway as part of her Wee Irish Tour, and will be in Charlie Byrne's Bookshop on Thursday May 28 at 8pm.
AN EARLY highlight of the Town Hall’s spring season comes around next week with Bryan Burroughs’ hugely acclaimed solo show Beowulf: The Blockbuster.
“I JUST like anything fun and colourful. My favourite jumper right now is a huge woollen one which says ‘Time Fun’ on it. Not ‘Fun Time’ or ‘Time for Fun’, just ‘Time Fun’.”
West of Ireland artist Olwen Fouéré, star of the play riverrun, has been awarded The Herald Archangel Award, one of the most prestigious awards of the Edinburgh Festivals.
A THEATRE show produced by, and which premiered at the Galway International Arts Festival, has been impressing audiences at Edinburgh, where it also scooped an award.
SCOTTISH STAND-UP Alan Anderson seems sure to be one of the most popular acts at this year’s Bulmer’s Galway Comedy Festival with his show, Whiskey Fir Dafties, which includes free samples of fine single malts for lucky audience members.
EVER NOTICED how men who are comedians will just be called comedians, but women who are comics will almost always be referred to as ‘female comedians’, as if their gender requires them to be labelled as a separate and distinct category?
In recent years Galway Arts Festival audiences have been wowed by the circus skills and acrobatic brilliance of Australia’s Circa company but this year Melbourne’s Thissideup Acrobatics are set to emulate their compatriots with their much-acclaimed Controlled Falling Project.
The 17th annual Cat Laughs Comedy festival is set to bring more laughs to the June Bank Holiday weekend in Kilkenny from June Thursday 2 to Monday 6. With 44 acts in 66 shows across 13 venues, this year’s festival has something for everyone.
COMEDIAN TIM FitzHigham will perform his hit Edinburgh Fringe show Gentleman Adventurer in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI, Galway on Tuesday at 9.30pm.