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Building on the success of the inaugural Creative Arts Performance Points scheme in 2014, NUI Galway is to again reward a limited number of students with exceptional achievements in selected disciplines in the creative arts with CAO ‘Performance Points’ for entry into undergraduate courses in the University. This is the only Creative Arts Scholarship Scheme of its kind offered by a university in Ireland.
FOLLOWING THE success of its artist mentoring programme, Volition, JOLT will present a new series of workshops and talks, aimed at the Galway arts community.
GALWAY THEATREGOERS are in for a treat next week with a new staging of Patricia Burke Brogan’s Eclipsed from Mephisto Theatre Company.
NUALA KELLY is a nine-year-old living with her mother, brother, and grandfather in conflict torn Northern Ireland in 1979.
THE LAST time I interviewed playwright Tara McKevitt was in 2010 when Mephisto Theatre Company was about to stage her debut play Grenades.
For a dazzling evening of top new Irish theatre, look no further than Tara McKevitt’s hugely acclaimed play Grenades at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday March 14 at 8pm.
THE DREAMING House, Thomas Kilroy’s play based on the life of George Moore, has only been performed once - more than 20 years ago.
NUALA KELLY loves Thin Lizzy and The Undertones, but she loves her older brother Oran even more. In fact she idolises him.
CONTROVERSY, COMEDY, mayhem, music, storytelling, puppetry, saga, and satire will be unleashed on the city when the third Galway Theatre Festival opens next Monday.
AMONG THE plays featured in the upcoming Galway Theatre Festival is Tara McKevitt’s Grenades, winner of this year’s RTÉ PJ O’Connor Award, which is being staged by Mephisto Theatre Company.