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JACK DEE has announced he is bringing his new stand-up show, Off The Telly, to Galway's Town Hall Theatre in 2020 for two nights, and tickets go on sale tomorrow morning.
The 31st Galway Film Fleadh are pleased to announce Gurinder Chadha will be the subject of this year’s Directors Masterclass, supported by Screen Skills Ireland.
Galway Film Fleadh have announced the subjects of their 2019 Masterclasses in the fields of Screenwriting, Directing and Acting. The annual series of Masterclasses will this year feature actor Will Forte, writer/director Allison Anders and writer/director Gurinder Chadha, imparting their experience to professionals and trainees in their field, as part of the 2019 Galway Film Fleadh (July 9-14, 2019).
GLENN WOOL, the comedian described as "side-splittingly, jaw-hurtingly funny” by Time Out, Sydney and as “one of the best comics in the business," by Chortle.co.uk, who also advised, "go and see him now!”, returns to Galway.
SEANN WALSH, “unquestionably the best observational comic of his generation", according to The Guardian, and "this generation’s Dylan Moran" in the view of Time Out, plays the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh this week.
GEFILTE FISH and Chips, the award winning show by theatre maker, songwriter, producer, and broadcaster Daniel Cainer, opens tomorrow in The Cellar Bar, as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.
AMONG THE many colourful characters rocking up in Galway for the Vodafone Comedy Carnival, few are more colourful than Eddie ‘the Eagle’ Edwards, the unlikely star of 1988’s Winter Olympics in Calgary and Great Britain’s first-ever Olympic ski jumper.
Award-winning outdoor clothing and accessories brand, Regatta Great Outdoors, is thrilled to announce the signing of DJ, model, and TV presenter Vogue Williams to front their autumn/winter 2106 ‘Rediscover Heritage’ campaign.
This autumn Andrew Maxwell is back in Ireland with a new show and Irish Tour “Yo Contraire”, having performed it to sell out crowds at festivals in Edinburgh and Australia.
A charity Christmas single featuring Shane Filan stars a number of teenagers from Galway. 'When I Grow Up' was recorded in the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in October, and is masterminded by same team that created 'Tiny Dancer A Song For Lily-Mae' in 2012. That tune was the second biggest selling charity single in Irish chart history, second only to the 1985 smash hit, Band Aid's 'Do They Know It's Christmas'.