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GLAM ROCK legends the New York Dolls and a major dance show by the brilliant Michael Clark, inspired by the Glam era of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Lou Reed, are just two of the many exciting shows, concerts, events, readings, and exhibitions lined up for this year’s Galway Arts Festival, which runs from July 13 to 26.
THE GALWAY Arts Festival unveiled its 2009 programme last week and, as ever, it’s chock-a-block with top-drawer attractions from both home and abroad. Theatre and dance - as ever,- feature strongly in the line-up and last Friday, over an afternoon coffee, festival director Paul Fahy met up to talk through some of this year’s highlights.
TWO OF the three characters whose stories are told in Judith Thompson’s powerful Iraq War drama Palace Of The End will already be familiar to Western audiences.
WEEK ONE of the Galway Arts Festival delivered some memorable productions from both home-based and visiting companies in plays that dealt with such diverse themes as familial neuroses, under-age sex, the Iraq war, murderous teenagers, and a property tycoon who wants to sing like Beniamino Gigli.