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This summer, Pálás Galway will revisit some of your favourite coming-of-age films. Whether you'd like to revisit your youth bathed in gorgeous cinematic nostalgia or bring your young ones to experience something that helped you on your journey to adulthood, there's a varied programme of classic films from child-friendly matinees to a late-night strand for adults only. As part of the season, there will be a Harry Potter Marathon featuring all eight films back to back, with a very magical Hogwarts themed menu to keep you going throughout the night. Fancy dress is encouraged!
I WAS 11 when the first Harry Potter book came out, the same age Harry is in the story. I read those books - and only those books - repeatedly for a good 10 years (If I’m being honest 20 years).
NUI Galway’s Harry Potter Society will hold a three-day convention dedicated to Harry Potter fans. PotterFest Galway, Ireland’s only Harry Potter convention, will take place from 13-15 March in Áras na Mac Léinn at NUI Galway.
Quidditch, the magical game from Harry Potter, is coming to the city. Galway Quidditch Club will hold an open day at NUI Galway at 12pm on Saturday, 6 December, with events consisting of a training Quidditch session aimed at beginners followed by practise matches later in the afternoon.
Harry Potter fans are in for a treat as the Olivier Award nominated show, Potted Potter - The Unauthorized Harry Experience, is playing at the Town Hall Theatre in Galway until May 4.
WHETHER YOU are an avid fan of Harry Potter or simply of inspired comic lunacy, the smash hit show Potted Potter, which is coming to the Town Hall Theatre, is guaranteed to provide a wonderful and uproarious night out.
HARRY POTTER fans - affectionately known as ‘Pott Heads’ - across County Galway will be flocking to the Town Hall Theatre for Potted Potter - The Unauthorised Harry Experience.
NUI Galway will hosts Ireland’s only Harry Potter Convention when PotterFest Galway takes place from January 31 to February 2 in the university’s Bailey Allen Hall.
HARRY POTTER, Rainer Maria Rilke, and the international language that is body language will be discussed in a series of public lectures taking place in the Town Hall Theatre.
IT HAS been a wait of 10 years but, boy, has it been worth it as the concluding chapter of the Harry Potter saga packs a punch, with amazing graphics, and plenty of action, as well as dramatic intensity at the right moments, all leading to a breathtaking show-down between Voldemort’s minions and a defiant Hogwarts.