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THEATRE IS a major part of this year’s Galway Fringe Festival, with more than 30 productions from some of Ireland’s finest theatre practitioners.
SOME YEARS ago, Martin Sharry moved from Ballymun to Inis Óirr on the Aran Islands to live with his uncle and grandfather also named Martin Sharry.
THE FOURTH Galway Theatre Festival returns from Tuesday October 25 to Monday 31 and promises a Bank Holiday weekend of exciting new theatre shows.
IF YOU still feel all loved up from Valentine’s Day, then check out Dreams Of Love, a new theatre show which looks at love, through different, spectacular, and unusual acts.
The results of this year’s Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition have been announced. The overall winner of the Front Garden Competition was Mary Crowe, Ballagh. First prize in the Front Garden - City Council Estate category was awarded to John Connaughton, St. James’ Crescent. The best first time entrant was Eileen Lennon, Renmore. The winners of the Best Window Boxes/Floral Display category were Carolyn Shiels, Oaklands and Bernie Comber, Blakes Lane. Seamus King, St. James’ Crescent won the Best Lawns category.
INSPIRED BY TS Eliot’s The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock, Waterdonkey Theatre’s new show, Love Song, receives its premiere at the Town Hall next week, running from February 10 to 13.
IN RECENT years Galway’s theatre scene has been enlivened by a steady flow of young talent emerging from NUI Galway, its MA programme in theatre studies in particular. Mephisto, Dragonfly, and Fregoli have all managed the transition from campus to city with aplomb and made their mark with notable productions.