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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?
HUNTER S Thompson, Johnny Cash, George Bernard Shaw, and half of Angelina Jolie’s head all appear in the new exhibition by former graffiti artist Luke McMullan.
Macnas is already preparing for its Halloween parade and will launch details of the event on Thursday June 19 in the Galway City Museum’s Kitchen café.
THE ROLLING Stones sang about ‘Ruby Tuesday’; Primal Scream had ‘Gentle Tuesday’, but Galway has Wayword Tuesdays, a new book by the Tuesday Knights.
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.
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.
A 13-year-old girl dreams of being an inventor. She’s not satisfied with the way the world is and she wants to do something about it, so she looks to her hero Leonardo Da Vinci for inspiration.
A giant boy will be running through the streets of Galway, with a butterfly net in his hand, trying to catch a minotaur, a wolf, and other giant and wonderful beasts.
The internationally acclaimed Galway arts company Macnas is included as a question in the latest Leaving Cert honours art paper.
THE GALWAY Arts Festival unveiled its 2009 programme last week and, as ever, it’s chock-a-block with top-drawer attractions from both home and abroad. Theatre and dance - as ever,- feature strongly in the line-up and last Friday, over an afternoon coffee, festival director Paul Fahy met up to talk through some of this year’s highlights.