Search Results for 'Venice'
56 results found.
THE LARGEST temporary gallery in Ireland - the ABSOLUT Festival Gallery at the Galway Shopping Centre, Headford Road - is open for the Galway Arts Festival.
The 2013 Galway Arts Festival began at the Radisson Blu Hotel on Monday, with special guest Tim O’Connor, chair of The Gathering, declaring the festival officially open to the large crowd of assembled revellers.
COMEDIAN AND author Robert Newman hits town this Saturday at the Róisín Dubh, as part of the Cúirt festival, for two shows - one a reading from his new novel, the other his latest stand -up show.
THE FOURTH NUI Galway Theatre Week, a celebration of theatre, playwriting, and student creativity, returns from Monday February 18 to Friday 22.
Music-lovers in the Midlands can enjoy the Viennese Strauss Gala experience without having to go any further than the Mullingar Arts Centre this January 20.
Dara O’ Briain is the biggest Irish comic to have emerged in recent years and he will take to the stage at The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Friday September 21. Already a huge star in Ireland where he produces and presents the hit TV comedy review show The Panel, Dara has now moved from being a sold-out festival favourite in Edinburgh to selling out theatres across the UK and mainstream television success including hosting popular TV shows such as Mock the Week.
NUI GALWAY’S Huston School of Film and Digital Media will host the Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy summer school from July 6 to 13.
EDWARD HALL’S Propeller Theatre Company has provided Galway Arts Festival audiences with some truly exhilarating play-going experiences in the last few years and their visit this year promises more of the same with the double bill of Henry V and The Winter’s Tale.
It must be more than 30 years ago since I first discovered one of the great portals opening on to the past, located right here in Galway, just behind Lynch’s Castle on Upper Abbeygate Street. Old Galwegians of a ‘bookish’ nature will know to what I refer: the overflow storage space of Kenny’s Bookshop.
NEXT WEEK in the Town Hall studio, Galway’s Croi8 Productions present a radical new adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.