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Far beneath the big oak tree, another world awaits - it’s the Wunderground and a new night has just begun...
GMIT’s School of Design & Creative Arts will host a series of public talks each Tuesday during March on the subject of “Creativity” marking the commencement of the institute’s Golden Jubilee celebrations ahead of becoming Atlantic Technological University (on 1 April). The talks will take place in Room 104 at 5.30pm at GMIT Centre for Creative Arts & Media on Wellpark Road, covering topics from Community Outreach, Design Process & Practice to Performance and the Visual Arts, delivered by GMIT lecturers.
AS THE Covid pandemic begins to wane, as restrictions ease, and people can gather for arts and cultural events once more, how appropriate it is that Cúirt 2022 should be themed around meetings and interactions.
A SEQUEL to the remake of Murder On The Orient Express, a mild hit in 2017, Kenneth Branagh is back directing and starring as Hercule Poirot for what I can only assume is the nice pay day which allowed him to make a more personal project like Belfast.
THIS YEAR marks the centenary of the publication of James Joyce’s groundbreaking work of modernist fiction, Ulysses, but while that book, and its author, are profoundly rooted in Dublin, Joyce himself had Galway connections.
IN APRIL, Galway will host a landmark project showcasing and celebrating 80 writers and illustrators from ethnic minority backgrounds in Ireland.
Mayo County Council Writer in Residence, Elizabeth Reapy, recently invited fellow writers from Mayo and writers with strong links to Mayo to discuss their creative process.
TWO LOCAL writers - Denise Commins and Ódhrán Reidy - and an American writer - Sue Pace - will read at the Final Over The Edge of 2021.