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As the battle heats up among the various Irish cities to become the European Capital of Culture 2020, Galway has become the first to launch an inspiring bid video in a rallying call to its citizens.
A public engagement campaign is under way as Galway bids to win the European Capital of Culture 2020 designation and the fifth Speak Out information event will take place on the Aran Islands.
Two more Speak Outs have been arranged as part of a public engagement campaign in Galway’s bid to win the European Capital of Culture 2020 designation. Following the success of the first two city Speak Outs a third event will take place in the county at the Clifden Station House Hotel on Thursday 26th March 2at 7pm.
A public engagement campaign is underway as Galway bids to win the European Capital of Culture 2020 designation. Following the success of the first ‘Speak Out’ held recently, a second event will take place in Galway Arts Centre, Lower Dominick Street tonight Thursday March 19. These ‘Speak Out’ events are part of a comprehensive public engagement programme taking place throughout Galway city and county over the coming months.
Now's your chance to make a difference. To get your point across. Just like a drunk sidling up to a boss at the Christmas party and saying 'hic d'ya know what's wrong with dis fakkin' company', this is the time for you to make your mark. We all have opinions on what's wrong and right about Galway. To be fair, most is right, but now your opinions are needed on what can make Galway even more unique in its attempt to become Capital of Culture.