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THE OPENING show of this year’s Galway International Arts Festival is the Irish National Opera and GIAF co-production of Least Like The Other, which explores the tragic life of JFK’s eldest sister Rosemary Kennedy.
King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden visited the Marine Institute headquarters in Oranmore tlast weekend as part of a three-day state visit.
It is almost Christmas and there is something magical in the air. And of course the magic runs into early January when our favourite fairy tales come to life in the form of the annual pantomime.
Galway will light up tomorrow night for the festive season when the city gets lit like never before. As the Christmas Market opens in Eyre Square, the city lights will be turned on at various points through the heart of the city, bringing an unique experience.
Galway businesses are joining forces to make Christmas extra special this year.
An iconic Festive Light and Colour Experience is coming to Galway this Christmas. It will be family focused and will include; an official Light-up Ceremony, large Lighting Installations and Projections on iconic buildings. The magnificent Lighting Features will act as beacons and attraction points. They will navigate visitors throughout the city while providing interactive photo opportunities in some of the most photographed city centre landmark locations. These are spectacular Christmas decorations that are all LED lit, making them very energy efficient.
Following the success of ‘The 2 Johnnies’ recent appearance at The Prince, Athlone, comedy returns to the popular venue next month with Farmer Michael and Kathleen taking to the stage on September 28 at the ever popular Church Street venue.
Rock'n'roll, rockabilly, and shakin' like Elvis singing 'Hound Dog' is the order of the day when The Hounddog Ball, a charity event in aid of MADRA, dog rescue and adoption, takes place this month.
WHILE NEXT week sees Druid open its 20th anniversary revival of The Beauty Queen of Leenane, 1996 also saw the premiere of another iconic Irish play which launched a stellar writing career; Enda Walsh’s Disco Pigs.
A Galway woman was crowned queen-bee at the annual Irish Redhead Convention last weekend.