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Galway theatre in 2013 review

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SO THE curtain comes down on another 12 months of theatre-going and there was no shortage of exciting shows to hold and captivate audiences’ imaginations throughout 2013.

The National to play Galway in 2014

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THE NATIONAL, the outstanding Brooklyn based rock band, are coming to Galway to play the Galway Arts Festival Big Top in the Fisheries Field in July.

Fearless comedy from Blue Teapot

Blue Teapot Theatre Company’s romantic comedy Sanctuary is a candid exploration of some of the issues which affect the lives of people with intellectual disability. The play, which features a cast of actors with intellectual disabilities, is currently enjoying a run at the Blue Teapot Theatre in Muster Avenue as part of the Galway Arts Festival.

Hudson Taylor - folk-pop band of brothers

HUDSON TAYLOR, who play the Róisín Dubh as part of the Galway Arts Festival, are a folk-pop duo of brothers Harry and Alfie.

Julie Feeney - a little Bird told me

OSCAR WILDE’S bittersweet story of love, loyalty, charity, and selflessness, The Happy Prince, has served as an inspiration to many musicians over the decades.

Tale of a Tiger from Malawito Galway

WHILE THE Galway Arts Festival may be taking most of the headlines these days, the Galway Fringe Festival is also doing itself proud with a programme bursting at the seams with music, exhibitions, theatre, and much more besides.

‘Brave, vulnerable, human and funny’ - Blue Teapot’s Sanctuary

FIRST SEEN at last year’s Galway Theatre Festival, where it made a big impression on audiences, Blue Teapot Theatre Company’s play Sanctuary makes a welcome and well-deserved return in the Galway Arts Festival.

Drama workshops for teens

KEEP YOUR eyes open around town during the Galway Arts Festival for unexpected entertainment with pop-up theatre performances on the street.

Eight NUIG students for arts festival’s Selected programme

Eight NUI Galway students from the university’s theatre and drama postgraduate courses will join Irish theatre makers, producers, and visual artists, as part of a partnership with the Galway Arts Festival.

The Adventures of Shay Mouse

THERE ARE some big shows to look forward to in the Galway Arts Festival and in terms of cast-size alone Galway Youth Theatre and Galway Community Theatre’s The Adventures of Shay Mouse is right up there.

 

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