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THE TOWN Hall Theatre Galway is inviting applications for its inaugural Patron Donation Awards from artists, companies, or producers based in Galway city and county.
THE CORONAVIRUS has placed massive restrictions on our work, movement, and socialising, but we can still look forward to the Cúirt literary festival at the end of April, and in the meantime catch up on some reading.
THE FIRST year of the new decade sees a new director at the helm of the Cúirt International Festival of Literature – Sahsa de Buyl. “If you were to look at a theme for this years’s event,” she says, “it would be the great and the good of Irish writing.”
AS PART of his Theatre Artist in Resident year in the Town Hall Theatre, Brú Theatre's James Riordan will curate a host of theatre workshops with European practitioners throughout 2020.
SHAKESPEARE'S ROMEO and Juliet, King Lear, and Hamlet, will each be presented at the Town Hall Theatre, across two days, by the Cyclone Rep theatre-in-education company.
THE WILDERLAND Film Festival is "special because it gives audiences unparalleled insight into some of the world’s most incredible wildlife”. So said Scottish wildlife filmmaker Gordon Buchanan, best known for The Polar Bear Family & Me.
CHRIS KENT has children and therefore feels guilty about his contribution to global over population. He is coming to terms with being called “well trained” for carrying out basic tasks. He also loves his clothes horse.
Eilís Dillon was born on March 7, 1920, in Galway. Her parents were Professor Tom Dillon and Geraldine Plunkett, who was a sister of Joseph Mary Plunkett. They were very republican and were forced to move a number of times. They lived for a time in Daingean House and later in Barna for a few years. Eilís went to Barna National School where she became fluent at Irish, later to the Presentation, and later still to the Ursuline Convent in Sligo. She worked for a while in the hotel business.
SLEEPING BEAUTY, one of the finest and most loved of all ballets, will be performed in Galway this weekend by The Royal Moscow Ballet, and feature soloists from the world renowned Bolshoi Ballet.