Search Results for 'the Baboró International Arts Festival'
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DAVID BOWIE did it. Dudley Moore did it, Sir John Gielgud did it. They have all been narrators for the magical Peter and The Wolf, Prokofiev's story designed to introduce children to classical music and the instruments of the orchestra.
FLYING COWS, spiralling elves, a boy made of cheese, a singing monkey, spicy feet, and the most spectacular inflatable space imaginable - it’s all at the children’s arts festival, Baboró.
PICTIÚR - AN exhibition of contemporary Irish children’s book illustrations, as part of the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, is running at the Galway Arts Centre.
PATRICK LONERGAN has been appointed as NUI Galway’s first professor of drama and theatre studies. His focus will be to develop new courses, build research resources, and partner with theatre companies.
WILKIE BRANSON of Champloo Dance Company will give a workshop in St Nicholas’ Parochial Hall this Sunday aimed at children and teenagers.
Saturday Night Live and theatre shows for children might seem to be at the opposite ends of the performance spectrum - can you picture what Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi might have come up with in front of youngsters? - yet they spring from the same performance philosophies and ideas developed in Illinois in the 1920s.
Kenny’s Bookshop will host the Big Family Book Quiz at 2pm on Saturday as part of World Book Night.
TWO FRIENDS go on a fantastic journey, through an unknown space, which starts to fill with images and sounds. This is Kri Kra Kro.
AN ELECTRIFYING performance of exhilarating dance and percussion awaits Galway children when the acclaimed show Echoa comes to town.
The Girls’ Night Out! fundraising fashion show for all ages in aid of the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children and Scoil Iognáid takes place at the Westwood Hotel on Thursday September 30 at 8pm.