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Macnas to headline Lithuanian capital’s culture night

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Macnas will take to the streets of the Lithuanian capital Vilnius tomorrow night where it will stage its street theatre show Whose Kingdom Is This Anyways?

Remembering Mike Diskin

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The legacy of Mike Diskin will be honoured at a major commemorative concert in the Town Hall Theatre this month, as well as the launch of an artist’s bursary for new and innovative arts projects in the city.

Meeting Mr Foley, with Theatre Lovett

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THEATRE LOVETT, one of Ireland’s most exciting companies for young and old alike, invite you into a world of radio waves, sorrowful partings, and hilarious slapstick comedy in Mr Foley, The Radio Operator which comes to the Town Hall Studio on Saturday February 1 for two afternoon performances.

Macnas’ The Boy Explorer is Aran-bound

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The Boy Explorer is a 15ft high, eight-year-old, boy who is on a quest to walk across Ireland asking children for brilliant ideas on how to make Ireland a better place to live.

Noeline Kavanagh; looking to ‘entice, excite and ignite’ with the Macnas parade

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AS THE Galway Arts Festival fast approaches, it is all systems go at Macnas as the company gears up for this year’s parade, entitled This Thunderous Heart, which will take to the city streets on Sunday July 22.

Galway Arts Festival’s ‘alluring array of artistic attractions’

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Balmy sunshine, as it so often does, greeted the launch of Galway Arts Festival on Monday evening and a large crowd of artists and arts aficionados thronged the Radisson Hotel for the event.

Teapots on tour this September

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Due to an overwhelmingly successful run of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in June, Blue Teapot is going on tour.

Macnas features in Leaving Cert exam

The internationally acclaimed Galway arts company Macnas is included as a question in the latest Leaving Cert honours art paper.

Choral concert at the Linenhall

There’s a musical treat in store when Mayo Girls Choir and the Ladybirds vocal ensemble present Old and New at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, May 6 at 8pm. United by a love of singing, Ladybirds vocal ensemble evolved out of The Bells of Mayo into a highly entertaining vocal ensemble. In the short time they have been together they have wooed audiences with snappy arrangements of songs from the swing era of the 30s to musical treasures of the 21st century. The Mayo Girls Choir was founded in 1994. Since then the choir has been awarded prizes in the Derry Feis Ceoil, Michael Van Dessel Festival, Pan Celtic Festival, Lyric FM Choirs for Christmas competition and in 2008 and 2009 they received the top prize for youth choirs in the Dublin Feis Ceoil. The Mayo Girls Choir and the Ladybirds vocal ensemble perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre on Thursday May 6 at 8pm.

Songs from a cage

Images of prisoners at Guantánamo Bay in orange boiler suits, chained, and in cages has, over these last number of years, shocked the world and raised serious questions about the ‘war on terror’.


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