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Countdown begins for Galway Arts Festival

The 2024 Galway International Arts Festival will include seven world premiers, a new visual arts commission, the most extensive music line-up to date, and new theatre co-produced with partners Landmark Productions and Once Off Productions.

Jazz greats tribute for charity

The Galway City Jazz Orchestra will assemble for one night only at the Galmont Hotel on Sunday, May 26, in aid of Cancer Care West.

A festival of outdoor painting in Kinvara, Thoor Ballylee, and the Burren next month

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Is your home missing an original painting of a local scene? Wait no longer! Art enthusiasts will be gathering on Kinvara Quay on Sunday, June 2 at 6pm for an unique opportunity to buy amazing hot-off-the-easel original paintings.

Arts Festival launch heralds Galway’s summer

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The Galway International Arts Festival launched the annual programme for its 48th summer extravaganza in Bohermore’s Dean Hotel this week.

All Ireland Drama Festival Fringe celebrates the works of poet John Ennis

A special event was hosted in Athlone Library as part of the All-Ireland Drama Festival Fringe to mark the 80th year of poet John Ennis.

Ensure you get creative in the Luan Gallery on National Drawing Day

People from Athlone and throughout County Westmeath are invited to grab a pencil and paper and join with Luan Gallery and the National Gallery of Ireland on National Drawing Day, Saturday, May 18.

Mary Whelan Fox Elocution Speech and Drama School students shine on national stage

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In a showcase of talent, students from the Mary Whelan Fox Elocution, Speech and Drama School claimed numerous accolades at the prestigious Speech and Drama Teachers of Ireland Feis in Dublin.

Athlone continues to bask in glory of hosting annual All-Ireland Drama Festival


Award-winning author Kevin Barry to launch new novel in Kennys Bookshop

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Bestselling and award-winning Irish author Kevin Barry will be at Kennys Bookshop in Liosbán on Thursday, May 30 for an event to celebrate the launch of his new novel, 'The Heart in Winter'.

Unveiled portrait of PJ Lenihan a welcome addition to the Dean Crowe Theatre

As the All Ireland Drama Festival reaches its conclusion, local councillor Aengus O’Rourke has paid due tribute to artist Ruth Ryan whose recent portrait of PJ Lenihan now adorns the wall of the Dean Crowe Theatre.


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