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IN PERSON shows, online events, festivals, and concerts - after a long absence, it is all happening once again at the Town Hall Theatre.
DECADENT THEATRE Company will lead the resumption of indoor live theatre in the city with its production of Kevin Barry’s There Are Little Kingdoms as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.
AT EVERY arts event in the city he would be there, the jolly man with the glasses and the long hair, a smile and good company, enthusiastic for what he, and we, were about to see that night, be it theatre, music, literature, visual arts - and he usually had an important role in supporting it.
DESPITE ALL the obstacles the Covid-19 pandemic has put in the way, the 2021 Galway International Arts Festival has emerged triumphant, with an impressive, and exciting array of events for the autumn.
“THERE ONCE was a man in the middle of his life and he lived in the middle of a small town. He had a grand wee business for himself...moving people's lives from one place to another. He was a removals man.”
IN AUGUST, Brú School will host a two-week physical theatre summer school for adult theatre makers, led by Phillipa Hambly from Arthaus Berlin and Brú’s James Riordan.
RISING GALWAY indie band NewDad, Hardy Bucks star and comedian Owen Colgan, and photographer Ruth Medjber are among those who will be taking part in an exciting new festival - Leasta, created for young people, by young people.
THE CONFINEMENTS of the lockdowns and the severe limits on travel have restricted us all to our own localities, and for many that means passing by the same places, the same objects, and the same sights.
THE DEADLINE is fast approaching for applications to the Town Hall Theatre's Theatre Development Programme which offers support and mentorship to emerging artists.
When the Town Hall Theatre – the epicentre of Galway's cultural activity - later this month installs its own in-house live streaming equipment, it will mark yet another important milestone on the long and winding road travelled since the Covid-19 shutdown of March 2020.