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John Gerrard’s stunning outdoor art installation, Mirror Pavilion, Corn Work, a centrepiece of Galway International Arts Festival’s Autumn Edition and a significant event in the Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture programme, which was due to be unveiled in Connemara this month will not make its appearance until next March.
COVID-19 may have rendered Galway's summer festival season inert, but the city and its festivals are too resilient to be kept down forever, so for the first time in its 43 year history, the arts festival moves to the autumn.
MIRROR PAVILION, by the artist John Gerrard, the centrepiece of Galway International Arts Festival’s Autumn Edition programme, will be unveiled next month.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Galway International Arts Festival today confirmed that the Festival will not go ahead as planned this July. However, the Festival is planning to present a special programme of events this Autumn, subject to guidelines. Full details to be announced soon.
PATRICK/PUSSY Braden, love child of an errant priest and a local girl is the most flamboyant character in the border town of Tyreelin. Bored with life in 1970s Ireland, he heads to London in search of his mother and a glamtastic new life.
SINÉAD O'CONNOR will round off the final weekend of the Galway International Arts Festival when she headlines the Big Top in the Fisheries Field on Sunday July 26 2020.
THE LIVE album is very much a 1970s creature. In a time when your favourite band was unlikely to come to your town, it allowed you the vicarious thrill of 'almost being there' once the needle hit the vinyl.
THE STUNNING, one of Galway's most legendary bands, will play the Heineken Big Top on Sunday July 19 as part of the 2020 Galway International Arts Festival.
Jon Hopkins, the Grammy and Mercury Prize nominated English electronic musician and producer, will play the Galway International Arts Festival Big Top in the Fisheries Field on Saturday July 25 2020.
Food quality, why we eat the way we do, industrial food practices, and consumption habits will be explored by the acclaimed British food writer, Bee Wilson, in a public talk at NUI Galway next week.