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The work of Galway based artist Briane Bourke, an elected member of Aosdana and one of Ireland’s most accomplished and well regarded artists are found in the most important collections in Ireland and overseas and now have pride of place in the reception lobby of the Galway owned Brooks Hotel at Drury Street in Dublin 2.
ONE OF the highlights of last year’s Galway International Arts Festival was Druid’s production of Sonya Kelly’s scintillating comedy, Furniture. A big hit with critics and audiences, it makes a welcome return to the Town Hall Theatre next month as part of a national tour.
FROM COMEDY sketches about life in the GAA, to more serious issues about mental health, if you are a regular user of Facebook, you are likely to have come across the work of Rory O'Connor.
SHEEP HAVE a bad reputation as the ultimate conformists. If one of them does something, they all have to do it. Woolly is different though. She dares to be adventurous, and after she gets shorn, she's determined to find out what happened to her wool.
A HANDFUL of tickets still remain for Jason Byrne's new show, You Can Come In But Don't Start Anything, which he is bringing to the Black Box Theatre this Saturday, March 9.
AS TECHNOLOGY progresses, at what point will the distinctions between machines and humans become blurred? Can poetry still be a voice or rage and reason against oppression and discrimination? And Irish literature, what lies behind its recent renaissance?
John Connors, star of Love/Hate, brings his acclaimed one-man show, Ireland’s Call, to the Town Hall Theatre next week. His debut as a playwright, it has been called "cathartically honest’" by The Irish Times, which also praised Connor’s "charismatic" performance.
A CELEBRATED, but exacting professor of metaphysical poetry, Vivian Bearing has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. It seems her life is nearing its final chapter.
PADRAIG STEVENS and Leo Moran, two of Galway's greatest and most popular singer-songwriters, will play new songs, old favourites, and sing-alongs, as well as tell some stories at their gigs in Galway city and Tuam.
RICHARD THOMPSON, a key former member of Fairport Convention; one of Britain's greatest and most covered songwriters; and who worked with Nick Drake on Bryter Layter, is coming back to Galway in August.