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COMEDY AND theatre created on the spot and off the top of the head of the performer's head will be the stuff of Winging' It, a new monthly improv comedy and theatre night at The Loft @ Seven, hosted by The Sky Babies.
Just over 22,500 attended the 18th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children over the course of the nine-day festival which ended last Sunday. True to form, this year’s festival really did have something for everyone with parents, children, toddlers and babies enjoying beautifully imaginative and inspiring shows from as far away as Australia and the USA, as well as a wonderful Irish showcase.
THE RIGHT of children to enjoy art and culture is the focal point of a new exhibition, Citizens Of The World, Now, which opened in the KBC Bank Hub, Eyre Square, this week.
THE WAY Back Home, a theatrical adaptation of the hugely successful book by the multi award-winning Oliver Jeffers, is set to be one of the highlights of this year’s Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.
THE PROGRAMME of the 17th Baboró International Arts Festival for children and families, which takes place from October 14 to 20, was unveiled at a reception on Monday morning at Il Vicolo café on Augustine Street.
THE BABORÓ International Arts Festival for Children was launched at a reception in the House Hotel on Monday afternoon. The festival runs from October 15 to 21 and features myriad magical and exciting shows and events from home and abroad.
THE FIRST recipient of the new Baboró International Arts Festival for Children Above and Beyond Award is Kilcoona National School near Headford.
Saturday Night Live and theatre shows for children might seem to be at the opposite ends of the performance spectrum - can you picture what Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi might have come up with in front of youngsters? - yet they spring from the same performance philosophies and ideas developed in Illinois in the 1920s.
DETAILS OF this year’s Baboró International Arts Festival for Children were revealed at a reception in Galway’s Harbour Hotel on Monday evening.
GALWAY’S VIBRANT children’s arts festival Baboró has unveiled its line-up for this year’s programme and, as ever there’s a wealth of colourful, magical, and enthralling shows on offer that are sure to captivate audiences both young and old.