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Hession School of Dance is a leading Irish dance school in Galway established in 1963 by Celine Hession. The school is now under the direction of her daughter, Gemma Carney.
For its eleventh outing, Ballinasloe-based artist collective Group 8 will hold the opening of its annual exhibition, UNBOUND, on Culture Night, Friday, September 17, at 7pm, in Artisan Alley at the Town Hall Theatre, Ballinasloe.
FOR 18 months the arts were in lockdown, but the autumn saw them return, and this weekend there will be events all over the city and county with Culture Night 2021, under the theme of ‘Come Together Again’.
Location, location, location are the three things you are always advised to look for in a property, and there are few locations more sought after and more central than McDonagh Terrace, Woodquay.
The East of the Corrib Cycle-Bus is delighted to announce a community cycle this Sunday, 12th September, as part of Bike Week 2021.
A DAUGHTER goes in search of her missing father, but her journey away from their home in Tír na nÓg results in her being stranded in the Ireland of the Civil War.
The Government announcement on the re-opening of indoor venues allowing increased capacities has resulted in more tickets being available for this year’s Galway International Arts Festival.
According to Claire Power, artistic director with Trading Faces, young performers have suffered greatly in the last 18 months. They need to breathe and create again. Their personal development and self esteem have been severely compromised. Taking part in acting, singing, and dancing workshops will boost confidence, in a fun environment.
GILGAMESH, THE story of the ancient hero-king from the Middle East, and brilliantly reimagined by Macnas, will be screened as a short film in the Town Hall Theatre next week.
In March 2020, Zara Devlin had been busy rehearsing for her starring role in the musical Sing Street in which she was due to make her Broadway debut. But Covid put the lights out on America's theatre capital, and instead Zara went home to Co. Tyrone. This is Zara’s story in her own words.