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THE BARBER Of Seville, one of opera’s best known and loved works, will be broadcast live from The Met in New York to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark, this Saturday at 6pm.
THE NEW York Metropolitan Opera’s production of Mozart’s comic masterpiece, The Marriage of Figaro is being broadcast to The Eye Cinema this weekend.
Back in 1997, when the Internet was beginning to change our lives in ways we never could have guessed, the media-savvy John Paul II decided this new invention needed a patron saint. For the honour, he chose Saint Isidore of Seville (560-636), a Doctor of the Church, and the last of those formidable scholars who salvaged what they could of the culture of the dying Roman Empire.
To celebrate the annual Seville Tapas Fair, Cava Spanish restaurant and tapas bar has launched a special pincho menu which will be available each day throughout February. Popular in Spain, pinchos are small Spanish canapés which can be eaten in one or two mouthfuls and are usually eaten in bars or taverns as a small snack while socialising with friends. As part of the celebrations, Cava will also host a free sherry tasting evening each week throughout February on Thursdays between 6pm and 7pm.
ON TUESDAY Cois Cladaigh Choir Galway will embark on a tour of southern Spain performing in Cordoba and Seville. The choir will be celebrating 30 years in existence next year and will perform their usual eclectic mix of Renaissance and contemporary music with a particular emphasis on music of Spanish composers including Albert Alcaraz, Juan del Ancina and Fransisco Guererro.
Following a nationwide recruitment campaign in July to find a number of electric vehicle ambassadors, Renault today announced seven new recruits.
MUSIC FOR Galway is proud to announce that Metropolitan Opera star Rodion Pogossov has agreed to come to Galway to celebrate MFG’s 30th Anniversary Season on Saturday October 16, at the Town Hall Theatre.
Hailed as the most authentic Spanish restaurant in Ireland and having the best tapas in Ireland by top food critics, Cava Spanish Restaurant is offering you the rare chance to learn how to bring some Spanish flavour to your table.
CLASSICAL MUSIC to thrill the ears and readings from poems and novels which will stir the imagination are set to be the order of the day at the Clifden Community Arts Week which begins tomorrow.
GALWAY THEATRE goers are in for a very special treat next weekend when Dublin’s Gate Theatre brings its world-renowned production of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot to the Black Box, for one night only, this Saturday.