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YOUNG PLAY-goers in Galway are in for a treat when Branar Téatar and Denmark’s Theatre Refleksion bring their captivating version of Oliver Jeffers’ The Way Back Home to the Black Box Theatre this Saturday and Sunday at 1pm and 3pm.
A BOY discovers a single-propeller aeroplane in his closet, which amazingly allows him fly into space, where he meets an alien who needs a friend and some help.
Castlebar’s dedicated childrens arts festival, RoolaBoola, takes place this October bank holiday weekend and there is a jam packed programme of fun events planned to keep all of the family entertained.
This year’s Baboró International Arts Festival for Children celebrates its18th birthday and runs from October 11 – 19. For the next few weeks we will hear from Baboró enthusiasts about why they are proud to be Baboró ambassadors. This week, Aoibheann McNamara…
FLYING COWS, spiralling elves, a boy made of cheese, a singing monkey, spicy feet, and the most spectacular inflatable space imaginable - it’s all at the children’s arts festival, Baboró.
THE WAY Back Home, a theatrical adaptation of the hugely successful book by the multi award-winning Oliver Jeffers, is set to be one of the highlights of this year’s Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.
PICTIÚR - AN exhibition of contemporary Irish children’s book illustrations, as part of the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, is running at the Galway Arts Centre.
The countdown has begun for excited young audiences as final preparations are underway before Baboró International Arts Festival for Children opens its doors to thousands of schoolchildren and families next Monday October 14 running until Sunday October 20.
THE PROGRAMME of the 17th Baboró International Arts Festival for children and families, which takes place from October 14 to 20, was unveiled at a reception on Monday morning at Il Vicolo café on Augustine Street.