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A new survey has been launched and is seeking to examine the experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT+) migrants in Ireland. Led by Dr Chris Noone from NUI Galway, this is the first national consultation of LGBT+ migrants in Ireland and aims to better understand and support this community.
FOUR OF Galway's most exciting bands - Dott, Oh Boland, Field Trip and Cranky Face - will gather in the Galway Arts Centre for a 'bring your own beer' Christas gig.
Imagine being able to call a place in which you were not born, and to which you have no real connections, not just “home”, but that, “It said everything to me, and still every day here feels like a holiday”?
TEN INDIVIDUALS, all with an idea for a feature film, will stand before a panel of industry judges and an audience and in 90 seconds convice them why theIR idea is good enough to become a reality.
JOHN C REILLY, the American actor best known for his roles in Guardians of the Galaxy, Anchorman 2, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Wreck It Ralph, and Chicago, for which he received an Oscar nomination, is coming to the Galway Film Fleadh.
BILL BAILEY, one of the greatest of modern British comedians, has announced he is coming to Galway on Wednesday September 30, when he performs his new show Limboland, in The Black Box Theatre.
KILL THE Messenger is the remarkable story of how a reporter from the tiny San Jose Mercury News managed to scoop The Washington Post and the New York Times to one the CIA’s biggest controversies of the 1990s.
DYLAN MORAN, one of Ireland’s leading comedians, and the star of Black Books, Shaun of the Dead, and Calvary, brings his new stand up show Off The Hook, to the 2015 Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.
ANDERS LANDSTRÖM, a producer and executive producer of the extraordinary Swedish crime drama series The Bridge is to speak at the Galway Film Centre’s annual film and TV seminar.
THE GALWAY Film Fleadh kicks off today and, with it, the careers of some of Ireland’s most eager young filmmakers.