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GALWAY AUDIENCES can anticipate a fabulous evening of dance as Youth Ballet West presents its new work, Ballet Egyptien & Teenage Kicks, at the Town Hall Theatre on Saturday December 13 and Sunday 14 at 8pm.
An initiative to combat suicide, alcohol addiction, and depression among young people in Galway launches on Friday October 10.
TWO OF Galway’s foremost dance companies - Corrib Dance Academy and Youth Ballet West -- take to the Town Hall Theatre stage in the coming weeks with exciting end-of-year shows.
A fundraising night for Lily-Mae Morrison and other children suffering from neuroblastoma will be held in Monroe’s Live on Saturday October 5 from 9pm.
Would you like to avail of a whole day of classes, taught by Galway’s top dancers and dance teachers?
The campaign is on to get ‘Tiny Dancer’ the single recorded by a group of musicians and singers to raise funds for Galway girl Lily-Mae Morrison, to the top of the charts for Christmas. The single will be launched at the opening of the Galway Continental Christmas Market tomorrow (Friday) and Lily-Mae, who is suffering from a rare childhood cancer, will turn on the Christmas lights at the event with the help of singers Paddy Casey and Declan O’Rourke, and Anthony Ryan, chairman of the Galway City Business Association.
Elton John’s ‘Tiny Dancer’ has been recorded by a host of leading Irish singers as a charity single to raise funds for a seriously ill Galway girl.
Ireland’s dance community will join forces in Dublin this Sunday for the Day of Dance for Lily Mae, a major fundraising event for a seriously ill Claregalway girl.
Lilly Mae Morrison (4) was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer that affects one in every 100,000 children in Ireland. During the VOlvo Ocean Race finale, Jamie Harrison, a local musician, performed on the streets of Galway to raise funds for the Sunni Mae trust, a charity set up to raise funds for Lilly Mae. After a total of four days busking, Jamie raised €6100 as a result of the generosity of the Galway people.
The Sunni-Mae Trust, a charity to help a local girl fight a rare form of cancer, will be launched on Friday July 6 at 9.30pm in the Town Hall Theatre Bar.