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DRAG QUEENS, Drag Kings, pole dancing, burlesque, and lashings of sauce and sexiness - The Dirty Circus is back and ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a bang!
Galway Community College's QQI Level 5 acting and theatre performance course has been established for more than 15 years now. It offers school leavers and adults looking to return to education a solid foundation in the performing arts and more.
Recently opened in the heart of Athlone, Apache Café, offers a wealth of dining options certain to satisfy the appetite of all customers.
FOR THE first time since March there is a big new Hollywood blockbuster in the cinemas. Christopher Nolan's Tenet is charged with saving the global cinema industry and, after quite a successful opening weekend, might actually do it.
The Town Hall Theatre has announced the successful applicants in its inaugural Patron Donation Awards for artists, companies and producers based in Galway.
A spectacular new musical/drama, ‘Who Dares to Dream’ written by Irish country music singer, Michael English and playwright, Tommy Marren, will grace the stage of the Dean Crowe Theatre on Friday, April 17.
A stellar line-up of artists will take to the Royal Theatre stage on Friday February 28 in the forthcoming Mayo Music Extravaganza Concert, including three internationally renowned vocal soloists – Baritone David Durham; Mezzo Soprano Anne Marie Gibbons and Hugh Francis.
For the past three years, São Paulo's Davi Hora has been artist in residence with Galway Community Circus. In this interview, he tells of how he made the move from the samba and sunshine of Brazil to cloudy and rainy Galway, and his no-less remarkable shift from studying philosophy to the world of circus.
HOW TO Square A Circle, the new show from Aisling Ní Cheallaigh and Ronan Brady fusing circus skills, acrobatics, and physical theatre, comes to Galway this month.
Heavy restrictions on, and in some cases outright banning of, busking in Galway city centre, sends a message that is "damaging to our city, damaging to our reputation, and damaging to Brand Galway".