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TWO CAN Do, a dynamic dance performance, winner of the Most Innovative Show award at the Limerick Fringe festival, comes to Galway next week as part of an Irish tour.
MOONFISH'S REDEMPTION Falls was one of the most eagerly anticipated shows in this year’s GIAF and its staging of Joseph O’Connor’s novel abounded in musical and visual invention.
‘A hopeful tale of heroin, hooking and happiness’ is the arresting strap-line that goes with Runaway Princess, Mary Goggin’s candid, and multiple award-winning, show about her early years as a drug addict and prostitute and how she overcame them to become a successful actress.
THE GALWAY Fringe Festival may not be the most high profile event happening over the next couple weeks but there are plenty of gems in its lively and varied programme that are well worth checking out.
A FATHER and son must face each other following a family tragedy. After Séan takes his own life, Andy and his estranged father are reunited at the funeral. Can their shred grief lead to reconciliation?
THE AWARD winning author, poet, and playwright, Anne Marie Kennedy, and the much admired Galway folk singer-songwriter Don Stiffe, will join forces for a show at the Galway Fringe Festival.
LIFE IS tough for Karl Marx. He is on his uppers with a family to support, he is ravaged by boils, and writing The Communist Manifesto is proving much harder than anticipated. He has a lot on his plate.
THE 2019 Galway Fringe Festival, which this year celebrates it's ninth anniversary, runs from July 15 to 28, and will host more than 50 events in 15 venues across Galway city.
WHAT DO you want in life? Money, success, possessions, love? Are these vital to our wellbeing, or are they social constructs we have been persuaded into thinking are the ultimate goals of existence?
Another fantastic musical season has ended for the cast and crew of award winning Claremorris Musical Society as they recently closed the curtains on their 13th annual production – “Big, The Musical”.