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Galway Science and Technology Festival will present its 2020 annual Family Day Exhibition as a virtual event this year. It will be broadcast from GalwayScience.ie at 11am on Sunday November 22 and will be hosted by Clara Murray and John Sharpson of RTE Jnrs After School Hub. This fun, engaging and much-anticipated production will have many of the attractions of the annual exhibition, usually held at NUI Galway.
The New Year has arrived and many of us have set goals and targets for 2020 which may include getting fit, going on a diet, or taking up a new pastime.
For the past three years, São Paulo's Davi Hora has been artist in residence with Galway Community Circus. In this interview, he tells of how he made the move from the samba and sunshine of Brazil to cloudy and rainy Galway, and his no-less remarkable shift from studying philosophy to the world of circus.
THE TALE Of The Ancient Lights, an award-winning one-man show fusing circus, dance, magic, echnology, and Asian art, is coming to the Galway Theatre Festival.
The inaugural Captain’s Day event took place at GLTC on Sunday August 17 with Age Action named as the nominated charity for the day.
Libraries around the county have a full programme of events line-up to mark this year’s Seachtain na Gaeilge (Irish week) in the first two weeks of March.
Jugglers, dancers, comedians, poets and players are being called to share their talents at an open mic night in The Creel, Westport, on Thursday (February 27) at 8pm.
THE FAMOUS Chinese philosophical symbol Yin Yang describes how seemingly opposite forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world.
Recognised as the world’s greatest acrobatic circus, the action-packed Chinese State Circus show ‘Yin Yang’ is the embodiment of a traditional art form which can trace its history back over 2000 years. This stunning production lives and breathes with the enthusiasm of its acrobatic artistes, whose whole lives centre around their skills. The result is the purest, honest, most abiding and exhilarating people circus that is a true privilege to see. From the very beginning, it’s non-stop entertainment, consisting of very impressive human abilities, tricks and skills. And it will be at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Monday, April 15 for a show starting at 8pm.
Mayo is no stranger to playing host to some of the best events from the world of culture and arts and this spring will be no different as the fantastic production of the incomparable Chinese State Circus will be wowing audiences in Castlebar. China’s greatest circus will take to the stage at The Royal on Monday, April 15 with their premiere show ‘Yin Yang’ as part of their 12 date theatre tour across Ireland.