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MAEVE HIGGINS plays Rose, a lonely, yet happy, shy, driving instructor in her thirties. Once a well regarded exorcist and paranormal investigator, she gave it all up after an accident involving her father which cost him his life.
MAEVE MULRENNAN, head of visual art and education at the Galway Arts Centre, will be one of the readers at the Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday August 29 at 6.30pm.
Branar Theatre specialises in children's theatre for the very young where often language is not the most important tool to convey the story. Their work is precisely crafted to tell the story succinctly for the eyes and ears of young children, while introducing them to an amazing, awe-inspiring, work of live theatre. The group will be bringing their show Bláth/The Flower to the Linenhall Arts Centre next Monday, October 26.
MAEVE HIGGINS and Gearoid Farrelly will be taking to the stage of the Róisín Dubh this Saturday for Fun For Freedom, a night of stand-up comedy to raise funds for PREDA.
Entries are flying in for next month’s Freedom Run 5K atGalway Racecourse in aid of the Philippines based children's charity PREDA.
ONE VENUE, the Galway Arts Centre, will host the work of four artists - Aideen Barry, Alan Butler, Maeve Clancy, Oonagh Young, and Sam Keogh - in an exhibition entitled Nine.
Last year more than 300 people ran twice around Galway Racecourse in aid of the Philippines based children's charity PREDA — and organisers are hoping that number will increase when the popular 5k is held this year on Saturday March 1.
IRISH SONGWRITERS and composers will be celebrated at a show, from the Galway Percy French Society, in An Taibhdhearc this month.
THERE WILL be plenty to laugh about at NUI Galway next week when comedians Maeve Higgins and Fred Cooke take to the stage.
MAEVE HIGGINS will perform two lunchtime shows at the Ruby Room in The King’s Head on Saturday April 7 and Sunday 8 .