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With one week down and one week to go the city continues to thrive on one of the most successful runs the Galway Arts Festival has ever seen. And things are only set to get better yet.
FRIENDSHIPS AND the sea dominate the songs of Lisa Hannigan. Her musical ambitions were brought to life by her mother, Freddie Mercury, and Maria Callas. She has emerged from the Damien Rice era strong and excited by the future. She could also prove a heroine to those who cherish the physical album.
So, another brilliant RoolaBoola done and dusted! And as that very dust settles and life at the Linenhall Arts Centre returns to business as usual and what we somewhat ironically refer to as “normality”, we’d just like to offer a big vote of thanks to all our sponsors and volunteers for their support: our sponsors: Mayo Leisure Point, Castlebar Credit Union, Lough Lannagh Village, McDonald’s Castlebar, TJ Gaughan Construction Company Ltd, Elephant Bean Bags, Baxter Healthcare; our funders The Arts Council, Mayo County Council, Castlebar Town Council, Fáilte Ireland, Ireland’s West; The assistance of An Garda Síochana, Civil Defence, HSE Rural Training Centre Castlebar, Bata Fada, Mayo Artsquad, the Tweed Centre Castlebar, Fahey’s Hardware, Woodies DIY, TF Royal Theatre and Event Centre, St Patrick’s Boys’ School, Bettina Peterseil and drummers, our Transition Year volunteers, Access>CINEMA, Children’s Books Ireland, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norwegian Association for Performing Arts, all those who donated books to the Stories Room, all the volunteers for Lough Lannagh Lights, and all who made this another brilliant RoolaBoola experience! And, last but not least, to everyone both young and old who came along and supported all the events so enthusiastically. Thank you all!
Preston Reed show next week
The Galway Arts Festival enjoyed its most successful year with this weeks festival breaking box office records and attendance figures significantly up from last year.
GRAMMY AWARD winning artist Tom Chapin has been described as “the pied piper of children’s music”. His recordings aimed at four to 11-year-olds and their families have brought him worldwide acclaim.
THERE IS a Chinese proverb which states: “A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song.”
The Midnight Court at the Linenhall
The Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre are delighted to present a performance by music legends The Chieftains on Friday October 24.
THE CORK singer-songwriter Mick Flannery has been causing a stir among fans for many years. Yet unlike many upcoming media-savvy artists he is not entirely comfortable with music press interviews and told State in September that he’s a “grumpy aul bastard”!