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Record-breaking attendances of 200,000 attended the 38th Galway International Arts Festival's 375 performances, talks, and exhibitions across 26 venues in the city, making this year's festival "the most successful ever" according to the organisers.
Award-winning Romanian pianist Eliza Puchianu is to perform a programme of sonatas by Beethoven and Chopin in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) on Wednesday next, April 2, as part of a new series of concerts called ‘Magical Moments’ launched by the Institute.
WERE IT not for her father, Francesca Martinez may never have had the courage to become a stand-up comedian and perhaps more importantly, a prominent voice in Britain arguing for a change in the way people think about ‘disability’ and what society deems ‘normal’.
DAVID MCSAVAGE, the man behind RTÉ’s Savage Eye and one of Ireland’s leading comedians, is coming to the Róisín Dubh on Friday April 5 at 8.30pm.
REGINALD D HUNTER, a man in “the top rank of stand-up comedians working today,” according to The Times, plays three dates in Galway over the Easter Weekend.
OVER THE past few years County Galway band The Deans have moved from being a blues rock trio to one whose sound embraces folk, jazz, psychedelia, and roots.
Selected, a new programme from the Galway Arts Festival and NUI Galway, will allow a number of students to see how a festivalworks and get hands-on experience with performers and organisers.
EOIN HANCOCK is lucky to have a girlfriend like Cindy. No matter how angry she gets with him, she sticks around, but he’s quite unlucky to have friends like Bottle, Raymo, and Gonz - the kind of ‘friends’ you would not wish on your worst enemy.
This remarkable play has sold out theatres in New York, London, Dublin and Paris, The Edinburgh Festival, and is just back from a major tour of Australia, winning the hearts of audiences and the admiration of critics.
DAVID MCSAVAGE, “the most divisive comedian in the country,” according to the Evening Herald, will play NUI, Galway as part of Students’ Union College Week.