Search Results for 'the Galway International Arts Festival'

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‘We can call ourselves artists, thanks to Galway’

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THEY WERE formed in the turbulent years following the collapse of the Ceausescu regime in Romania, and in Ireland they survived the recession, and later, the lockdowns enforced by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Live theatre returns to Ballina with decadent Eden

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Decadent Theatre Company is leading the way toward the resumption of live theatre and ambitious touring with a 20-venue national tour of Eugene O’Brien’s award-winning drama, Eden.

Launch of part-time courses in Galway Community College

Galway Community College of Further Education offers more than 40 part-time evening programmes. These courses cover many disciplines and currently cater for approximately 500 learners annually. There is a wide range of relevant accredited and general interest programmes available every September and January.

‘I’m thrilled to finally be back on stage in front of a live audience’

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In March 2020, Zara Devlin had been busy rehearsing for her starring role in the musical Sing Street in which she was due to make her Broadway debut. But Covid put the lights out on America's theatre capital, and instead Zara went home to Co. Tyrone. This is Zara’s story in her own words.

Beckett as Gaeilge ar Inis Óirr

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HAPPY DAYS, Samuel Beckett’s 1961 play, cited as one of the 40 best plays of all time by The Independent, is coming to Inis Óirr in a version as Gaeilge.

See you in September at the Town Hall

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IN PERSON shows, online events, festivals, and concerts - after a long absence, it is all happening once again at the Town Hall Theatre.

Decadent and the return of indoor theatre in Galway

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DECADENT THEATRE Company will lead the resumption of indoor live theatre in the city with its production of Kevin Barry’s There Are Little Kingdoms as part of the Galway International Arts Festival.

‘Working with another's voice gives you a new set of tools to play with’

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SOMETHING CATHARTIC, something collective, happened when Mick Flannery played the first live gigs in Galway in more than a year, a spontaneous response to seeing such a thing happening again.

Black and Tans spotted in Connemara in run up to GIAF show

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Members of the public travelling west of An Spideál had quite a shock recently when a 1920s era Saracen truck, with a full complement of Black and Tans, was spotted speeding along the R336 at various times of the day.

'Getting to Know...' - Stephanie Dufresne, dancer, actor, theatre-maker

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