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Joseph Gaynor, a Galway busker
Busking is the practice of performing in public places, street performances for tips or gratuities, voluntary donations. It may come from the Spanish word buscar – to seek (fame and fortune), or the Latin word buscare – to procure, to gain.
Domhnall Gleeson to star in new Enda Walsh play at Galway International Arts Festival
DOMHNALL GLEESON, best known for his roles in the new Star Wars trilogy, and as the hapless Doofus in Frank of Ireland, will star in Medicine, the new play by Enda Walsh.
Fíbín to take over An Taibhdhearc for three years
For the first time, an independent theatre company is to take over the programming and administration of An Taibhdhearc, the national Irish language theatre.
Over The Edge to launch next issue of Skylight 47
AWARD WINNING poet, Grace Wells, will next week launch the next issue of Skylight 47, “possibly Ireland's most interesting poetry publication”.
Galway Theatre Festival 2021
HOW THEATRE and performance is made, presented, and experienced has changed dramatically over the past 12 months, and the 2021 Galway Theatre Festival will explore this new relationship with creativity and space.
Play seriously and seriously play — dynamic theatre course offers more than just performance skills
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.
Padraig Jack - live from An Taibhdhearc
PADRAIG JACK, described by Hot Press as "one of Ireland’s most exciting emerging folk artists", will play a special live streamed concert from An Taibhdhearc this Sunday, December 13, at 8.30pm.
An Taibhdhearc seeks company/individual to 'take the theatre in hand'
AN TAIBHDHEARC, the national Irish language theatre, is seeking applications from Irish language theatre companies, artistic directors, or producers, to run the theatre.
Enforcement measures must be questioned as city rent continues to rise, says COPE Galway
New figures revealing an almost five per cent rise in rents in Galway city in the last year calls into question how well the Government is enforcing rent pressure zones, according to assistant CEO of COPE Galway, Martin O'Connor.
Fun on the streets with Ballina Fringe Festival
Pandemic-friendly Ballina Fringe Festival is gearing up to bring much needed fun, laughter and colour to the streets of Ballina.