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A BEARDED man with wild, unkempt hair, pulling a cart behind him, was spotted on the streets of Galway this week, the same man whose face adorns a mural that appeared on the corner of Bridge Street and Dominick Street.
TWO OPERAS - Der Fliegende Holländer, starring Bryn Terfel, and Fidelio, starring Jonas Kaufmann - will be broadcast live from New York and London, to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.
In the edition of the Galway Weekly Advertiser March 25 1843 extensive coverage is given to the funeral of George Frederick De Carteret, a young ensign in her Majesty’s 30th Regiment, who drowned when he fell into the docks on his way back to the Shambles barracks three days before. He served on the revenue cutter The Raven. After a ‘party of pleasure’ he was walking along the docks, ‘the night being pitchy dark and tempestuous’ he was blown over ‘the brink’ and drowned before his fellow officers could reach him.*
AGRIPPINA LIVE from New York, The Cherry Orchard live from the Black Box Theatre, and an exhibition of Lucien Freud will all be seen on the big screens at the Pálás Cinema.
BETRAYED BY her unfaithful husband; threatened with exile by the King; hunted by her father for killing her brother; wanted in Iolcus for conspiracy to murder - this is Medea.
KNEEHIGH THEATRE Company's Dead Dog In A Suitcase was one of the hottest tickets at this year's Galway International Arts Festival. Adapted by Carl Grose and composer Charles Hazlewood, it was a raucous adaptation of John Gay’s 18th century classic, The Beggar’s Opera.
BAGATELLE, THE Irish band who created one of the most famous songs in the nation's rock catalogue, 'Summer In Dublin', play the Lough Rea Hotel and Spa on Thursday July 4.
IT MIGHT not sound like it, but Dead Dog In A Suitcase is actually the title of a love song. It does though, sound like a play about a contract killer. It is both, in fact, as Galway will see this summer.
DIE WALKÜRE, Wagner's epic opera, inspired by Norse mythology, and containing what is arguably his most famous piece, 'The Ride Of The Valkyries', will be broadcast to The Eye Cinema this weekend.
John Connors, star of Love/Hate, brings his acclaimed one-man show, Ireland’s Call, to the Town Hall Theatre next week. His debut as a playwright, it has been called "cathartically honest’" by The Irish Times, which also praised Connor’s "charismatic" performance.