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CIRCUS STACHAMOOSE is a puppet show for families which runs each Sunday in the Galway City Museum until Christmas.
Audiences are in for a rare treat with the Puppet State Company’s adaptation of The Man Who Planted Trees which comes to Castlebar’s Linenhall Arts Centre on Friday October 22 and Saturday October 23 for the RoolaBoola Children’s Arts Festival. An engaging blend of comedy, puppetry, and inspiring storytelling, this beautiful show has become a regular feature in the fringe programme of UK and Scottish festivals, selling out and winning awards for the last two years.
PUPPETRY, live action, and memory are used to tell the story of two lives in Seeing And Dreaming, part of the upcoming Galway Theatre Festival.
The 14th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children starts on Monday and continues until Sunday with an array of dance, percussion, theatre, clowning, puppetry, music, literature, and visual art shows for all the family to enjoy.
ERIC CARLE’S The Very Hungry Caterpillar is one of the world’s best-loved children’s stories, having sold some 30 million copies internationally since it was first published in 1969.
Starting this Sunday at 1pm in Cafe 8 in the Galway City Museum, Your Man’s Puppets will stage two puppet shows for all the family.
The Lambert Puppet Theatre presents Sleeping Beauty with Bosco at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Sunday October 5 at 3pm. The Lambert Puppet Theatre’s production of the classic children’s tale of Sleeping Beauty will appeal to everyone. Children of all ages will be delighted to know that Bosco will make a starring appearance in the show.
THE DOG and String Puppet Show will present The Wishing Tree, a magical puppet show in the Ballybane Library next week.