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Sell-out performances and standing ovations close successful Galway Arts Festival

Standing ovations for Cillian Murphy in Misterman and Propeller’s Shakespearean productions, and numerous sold-out shows mark this year’s Galway Arts Festival as among the most successful in the event’s 34 year history.

Galway Arts Festival’s ‘alluring array of artistic attractions’

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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.

Galway Arts Festival and NUIG announce new partnership

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Galway Arts Festival and NUI Galway announced details of a new partnership, whereby the university will support the festival through development of the Festival Volunteer Programme and Selected, a new artist development strand.

Galway Arts Festival box office opens

Galway Arts Festival box office opened to the public yesterday, Thursday June 16 at Galway Tourist Office, Forster Street, Galway.

Out and about in Mayo

Summer music in Bofeenaun

Galway Arts Festival Box Office opens today

The Galway Arts Festival Box Office opens today and is located at the Galway Tourist Office, Forster Street.

Talented local acts set to play Galway Arts Festival big top

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Galway Arts Festival will showcase a wealth of local talent this year with several young and emerging bands, all with strong Galway links, supporting major headline acts Blondie, De La Soul, Bell X1, and AfroCubism at the Festival Big Top.

Galway Arts Festival marks twenty-one years of Festival Friends scheme

The Galway Arts Festival is celebrating 21 years of its Friends of the Festival scheme, which is an important source of revenue for the two week event.

Arts festival 2010 gave welcome €20 million boost to local economy

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Galway business received a €20 million boost from this year’s Arts Festival, organisers revealed this week as the curtain fell on what was a successful event which saw record crowds visit the city during the two weeks.

‘Galway is where it’s at’ says Minister Hanafin

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Galway’s arts community was out in force on Monday evening at the Radisson Hotel to celebrate the launch of the 33rd Galway Arts Festival, which will be weaving its distinctive spell over the city and surrounding regions from now until July 25.

 

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