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THE 2014 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase takes place at the Galway Arts Centre’s Nuns’ Island Theatre on Friday February 7 at 8pm.
TRANSITIONS OF many kinds - be they in relationship status, becoming a mother, eras and generations, to the dizzying speed of digital and technological developments - are at the heart of a new poetry collection by Emily Cullen.
New drama at the Linenhall
Over 500 students were involved in the process of composing, designing and publishing their own books and were recognised for their endeavours at a presentation in the Mayo Education Centre in April.
JAPANESE POET Hisa Kagawa will be the featured reader at the 2010 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase at Sheridan’s Wine Bar, near St Nicholas’, on Friday February 12 at 8pm.
ENGLISH BLUES rock, Gaelic poetry, and Italian food will all be part and parcel of the Clarinbridge Arts Festival which begins tomorrow and runs until Sunday October 12 - and many events are free!
A man who obstructed council staff and gardai as they attempted to remove his illegally parked caravan was fined €1,000 when he appeared at Galway District Court this week.
This year Culture Night will take place on Friday September 25 and Ballina Arts Centre is presenting a programme of events and activities aimed at all ages, with hopefully something for all tastes. The programme includes Shortscreen Cinema, where a number of short films will be shown from 5pm to 6pm and 8pm to 10.30pm. Viewers can drop in and out of the cinema. Many of the films to be screened were made through the Filmbase Shorts scheme. Waiting Room, made by a number of local teenagers during a workshop at Ballina Arts Centre in 2007, will also be screened.
THE CLARINBRIDGE Arts Festival takes place from Friday October 2 to Sunday 11 with a host of music concerts, exhibitions, readings, and events to enjoy.
It’s that time of year again when libraries, bookshops, schools, community and arts centres are gearing up to celebrate the Children’s Book Festival. Now in its 19th consecutive year, the national Children's Book Festival has established itself as the biggest and best celebration of children’s books and reading in Ireland.