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Hanley calls for a ‘night life’ mayor for the city

A second mayoralty should be created for Galway city - a Night Mayor - whose role would be to “promote the exciting life after dark that already exists in Galway”, as well as “develop new cultural additions”.

Hanley calls for a ‘night life’ mayor for the city

A second mayoralty should be created for Galway city - a Night Mayor - whose role would be to “promote the exciting life after dark that already exists in Galway”, as well as “develop new cultural additions”.

Theatre57 hosts public discussion on cultural infrastructure

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THEATRE57 WILL host a free public discussion on how a village, town, city, or region can support its creative community, and vice versa, as part of this year’s Galway Theatre Festival.

Mayo County Council to share in €350k collaborative arts funding

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Mayo County Council is to receive funding for a cultural diversity programme it is undertaking with two other local authorities around the country.

Picture Palace will be a monument to plámás but must be finished.

When the notion of an arthouse cinema for Galway was first mooted back in the day, it seemed a much more desirable project than it has since become. In a city that just loves its luvvies, it seemed only right that a place with a history of film development and promotion should have a flagship arthouse cinema, a venue that would act as an unofficial shrine for those who love non-mainstream movies.

'There’s never a dull moment'

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ON THE night of Thursday February 1 1996, Galway’s newly refurbished Town Hall Theatre officially opened with the world premiere of Druid’s production of Martin McDonagh's The Beauty Queen of Leenane.

 

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