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SCOTLAND’S INTERNATIONALLY-feted Visible Fictions Theatre Company are en route to Galway for the Baboró Festival to bring their ebullient staging of the epic adventures of Jason and the Argonauts.
New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner Maureen Dowd pays a visit on Tuesday June 26.
RITA ANN HIGGINS, one of Galway’s greatest and most outspoken poets, will read at the May Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library, on Thursday May 26 at 6.30pm.
Galway’s House Hotel as been named as one of the best places to sleep by The New York Times newspaper, in a recent travel column by journalist Matt Gross.
BRIAN FRIEL’S classic play Translations comes to the Galway Arts Festival next week in an innovative site-specific staging from Ouroboros Theatre Company at Oranmore Castle.
Widely regarded as Brian Friel’s theatrical masterpiece Translations has compelled audiences the world over to consider the fundamental nature of language, its connection to culture and its relationship to power.
NO OTHER composer has been so often quoted, written about, adopted for political and revolutionary causes (ranging from Marxism to fascism) and painted, but who was the real Beethoven? Who was the man behind the romantic image of the tortured artist with the unruly hair, unhinged personality, and furrowed brow?
THIS SUNDAY at 6pm in Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street, a host of renowned Galway musicians, including the great folk singer-songwriter Sean Tyrrell, are getting together to play a fundraising concert.
Noted economist Dr Alan Ahearne will deliver the third Paddy Ryan memorial lecture, held to honour the memory of the late businessman, on Monday week, January 18 in Áras Moyola, NUI Galway.