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Returning for a 46th instalment, Clifden Arts Festival is set to embrace those special unplanned moments that Seamus Heaney called “the music of what happens”.
One of Ireland’s premier chamber music festivals, Westport Festival of Chamber Music has announced an exciting and dynamic programme to celebrate its 10th anniversary this year.
An Taibhdhearc presents Grindr, Saghdar agus Cher, as part of the Galway International Arts Festival
Taking place in An Taibhdhearc from July 25 to July 29, Grindr, Saghdar agus Cher is a captivating show written and performed by Aerach Aiteach Gaelach members; Ciara Ní É, Eoin McEvoy and Sam Ó Fearraigh. The show revolves around the three LGBT cast members as they give three different perspectives on one fateful night. A nice lead up to Galway Pride Parade next month!
Galway artist Ruby Wallis will host a major new exhibition, involving photography, collage, video installations, print, and sound work, as part of the 2023 Galway International Arts Festival.
An exhibition of over thirty new paintings by artist Luke McMullan, ‘Monarch’, will launch at The Kenny Gallery in Liosbán this Friday, July 14.
Leading Galway artist Ruby Wallis will host a major new exhibition involving photography, collage, video installations, print, and sound work, as part of the 2023 Galway International Arts Festival.
The Yeats Thoor Ballylee International Poetry Prize has been launched at the iconic south Galway tower house to mark the centenary of WB Yeats’ Nobel Prize for Literature.
Donal Mac Amhlaigh was born on Cappagh Road in Barna on December 10, 1926. His father James was a native of Kinvara who fought with the East Clare Brigade of the IRA in the War of Independence and who later joined the Irish Army. His mother was an Irish speaker, Mary Condon from Cappagh. They had three sons and a daughter in family. Pádraic Ó Conaire was a regular visitor to their house.
During the first 20 years of the 19th century Maria Edgeworth was the most successful and celebrated living novelist. With her friends Sir Culling Smith and his lady wife they had travelled from Edgeworthstown, Co Longford, to Galway, and from there they planned a leisurely holiday in Connemara.
The castle home of WB Yeats was the location for the launch of a major new poetry competition to mark the 100th anniversary of the awarding of the Nobel Prize for Literature to the renowned Irish poet.