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HOMER’S ODYSSEY has proved an unending source of inspiration to countless artists down the ages since it was first composed, sometime around the 8th century BC.
POLITICAL MOTHER, an extraordinary dance show which has wowed audiences in Britain and earned rave reviews from the critics will be performed in Galway in July.
Ireland’s leading arts event, the Galway Arts Festival, is set to provide an internationally acclaimed line-up of music, dance, theatre, comedy, street events and art from July 12 to 25.
The summer is upon us if one follows the Irish calendar, or, according to meteorologists, June is the starting point for the three summer months. No matter which is correct, Galway has come to expect a steady stream of tourists wanting to experience Galway’s unique atmosphere and cultural highs.
Galway audiences will be hopping on the ‘National Express’ or taking a ride on ‘My Lovely Horse’, in order to enjoy a game of cricket and a dance at the indie disco, in the company of The Divine Comedy in Galway this summer.
Synth pop legends and heroes of 1980s electro The Human League and Heaven 17, and leading singer-songwriters Josh Ritter, Cathy Davey, and Damien Dempsey, will all play the Galway Arts Festival Big Top in July.
The new Cuban Ambassador to Ireland, her excellency Teresita Trujillo, will be in Galway this week in an effort to explore and create links between Cuba and Ireland.
Druid will celebrate its 35th birthday this year and the internationally acclaimed Galway theatre company is set to mark the occasion in some considerable style with premiere productions and major international tours.
IRISH TRAD band Lunasa have rightly been described as a ‘supergroup’ and considering it’s members include Trevor Hutchinson (ex Waterboys), Sean Smyth (Donal Lunny’s Coolfin) and Cillian Vallely (Whirligig, Paddy O’Brien’s Chulrua), it’s a verdict hard to argue with.
THEIR NAME was inspired by an eccentric preacher from Kansas, they play music brought by the Scots and the Irish to the Southern US states, but their view of the world is shaped by the pioneer spirit of the true melting pot of North America - Canada.