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IRISH WRITERS Paul Perry, Anne Irwin, Rachael Hegarty, James O’Toole, and Australian poet Ross Donlon will read at the next Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering.
WHAT IS your favourite poem? Would you like to hear other people’s favourites too? Would you like to discover new poets? If the answer is Yes to any of these, then read on.
THE WAYS in which artists, both Irish and foreign, have depicted the country’s Atlantic seaboard and people will be the subject of a public talk.
WALTER MACKEN, one of Galway’s most famous writers, was born 100 years ago this May, and An Taibhdhearc and Galway’s West End community will hold commemorative events.
Yes campaigners in the marriage equality referendum will speak on why they are voting Yes, as well as taking questions from the public, at an event being held this evening.
WRITERS FROM Galway, Dublin, Cork, and Belfast will read at The Over The Edge March Writers’ Gathering in the The Kitchen, Galway City Museum, Friday March 13 at 8pm.
THE MUSIC of Schumann, Saint Saens, and Britten will be heard in the Galway City Museum this Saturday from 11am in the last of the 3 Saturdays: 3 Kinds of Music concert series.
THE SUBMARINE exhibit at the Galway City Museum will be the setting for a performance of The Beatles’ famous ode to a yellow underwater craft, this Saturday at 11am.
FEBRUARY’S REMAINING Saturdays will, through a new series of concerts, hear the variety of instruments and musical styles that make up the broad world of classical music.