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GALWAY AUDIENCES will have the opportunity to help create their own play at this year’s Galway Theatre Festival.
‘EXOTIC DANCING’, ‘East European immigrant’; put these two phrases together and straightaway you have the raw materials for a story of sexual exploitation set amid shady nightclubs and sleazy impresarios. Or perhaps not.
GALWAY’S FIRST Oscar Wilde Festival, celebrating the work of one of Ireland’s greatest writers, takes place this Saturday and Sunday.
This year marks the birth of a new festival on Galway’s already bustling calendar; the Oscar Wilde Festival. The two day event is both a celebration of the famed writer’s life and works as well as a reminder of Wilde’s strong links to this city and the west of Ireland.
Galway will for the first time host a festival dedicated to Oscar Wilde. The festival, taking place in September, will celebrate the life and work of the writer and highlight his strong links with the west of Ireland.
comedian, performer, and singer-songwriter will be upstairs at the Róisín Dubh on Thursday August 22 at 9pm.
ADRIFT IN a cosmopolitan, technological world, a quartet of strangers seek to connect, but find themselves caught in a web of sexual desire and betrayal.
SOME YEARS ago, Martin Sharry moved from Ballymun to Inis Óirr on the Aran Islands to live with his uncle and grandfather also named Martin Sharry.
GALWAY’S FREGOLI Theatre Company makes its first appearance of the new year at the Town Hall Theatre Studio next week with the world premiere of Maria Tivnan’s one-act play, Let Me Be.
THE SUPER8SHOTS Film Festival, a celebration of the 8mm film medium, style, and process, returns this weekend.