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Grizzly Bear to play Galway Arts Festival

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GRIZZLY BEAR, one of the most outstanding indie-rock bands at work today, play the Galway Arts Festival Big Top in the Fisheries Field on Friday July 19.

Arts festival and Galway venues up for IMRO awards

The Róisín Dubh, Monroe’s Live, and the Galway Arts Festival have all made the shortlist for the IMRO Music Festival of the Year Awards 2012.

Jennifer Cunningham’s art classes

ONE OF Galway’s finest young artists, the award winning Jennifer Cunningham, is taking bookings for her new term of art classes which start on Monday January 14.

Looking back on theatre 2012

As the Renmore Panto prepares to see out 2012 in its usual colourful style, for the rest of Galway’s theatre community it’s time to pack away the greasepaint, well-thumbed scripts, and assorted props and costumes, and reflect upon another year of enterprising and imaginative dramatic activity. It has been a year with some indelible highlights, both from locally-based companies and visiting ensembles, and continuing displays of commitment, energy, and imagination from the city’s smaller and emergent troupes which itself merits a standing ovation given the straitened financial circumstances under which they operate.

Building strong business community brands through festivals and events

When businesses come together in their community they create an opportunity to build a strong community brand. This has been done with great success over the past number of years by the businesses in The Latin Quarter and The West End. Both of these areas have succeeded in building up a strong image through their unique online branding, business participation and mini festivals throughout the year.

Trad lunchtimes at Monroe’s Live

IF YOU love Irish trad and fancy hearing some music during your lunch break then head down to Monroe’s for the Galway Arts Festival Trad Lunchtimes.

Kormac band leader of Kormac’s Big Band

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Oliver! at the Town Hall

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MORE THAN 50 years after it premiered on London’s West End, Lionel Bart’s classic musical Oliver! remains as much-loved as ever. Now Galway audiences can look forward to a new staging of the show from Brian and Sean Powers’ Twins Production Company which takes to the Town Hall Theatre stage next week.

Keywest @ Monroe’s Live

KEYWEST ARE coming back to Galway to play Monroe’s Live on Saturday July 28 at 9pm as part of the Galway Arts Festival.

‘How’s it going everybody?’

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HIS FIRST time in Galway was in 1962 as a teen folk singing ‘wannabe’. A decade later he was back as part of Irish trad’s first ‘supergroup’. Ten years later he was a controversial supporter of the Hunger Strikers. And tomorrow he headlines the Galway Arts Festival Big Top.


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