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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.
Students and staff at the GMIT School of Engineering will host a series of laboratory demonstrations and workshops for secondary and primary school pupils from Monday as part of Engineers Week.
THE GALWAY International Arts Festival was officially launched at the Galmont Hotel on Tuesday evening amid a wave of great music and good vibes. This is the festival’s 41st year and, if that makes it middle-aged, it still exudes enviable levels of energy and imagination.
The King's Head pub in the heart of Galway’s Latin Quarter is steeped in more than 800 years of history. This landmark pub, which has been owned and run by the Grealish family since 1989, has created its own history with the arts in Galway - earning a wonderful reputation for live music, lunchtime comedy, and the outrageous.
FROM ITS earliest days, Galway International Arts Festival has wowed audiences by transforming city streets into sites of magic and bringing the visual verve of circus to indoor venues. This year’s festival again delivers a feast of spectacle and who better to give the lowdown on the hoedown than GIAF artistic director, Paul Fahy.
LASAIR, THE first public exhibition by third year students from the GMIT's BA in contemporary art programme, will be officially launched next week by the Galway international Arts Festival's artistic director, Paul Fahy.
The stars came out for the US premiere of the Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival co-production Ballyturk this week, as the show wowed New York critics.
Medtronic regained the Galway interfirms senior hurling title with just a single point to spare, 0-20 to 3-10, over a gallant Supermac's/Boston amalgamation team in the Connacht Centre of Excellence on Saturday.
FOLLOWING THE enormous success of The Second Violinist last year, Galway International Arts Festival has announced it will hold the world premiere of Irish National Opera’s new production of Orfeo ed Euridice as part of the 2018 festival.
The 40th Galway International Arts Festival came to a close last Sunday evening following what has been the biggest festival to date, which enjoyed record-breaking box office and attendance figures.