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Galway Theatre Festival 2020 cancelled

Galway Theatre Festival, which was due to take place over a week in May, has been called off due to the...

Coronavirus: “significant contraction” of Galway 2020 programme

The programme of events for Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture will undergo a "significant contraction" in response to the coronavirus...

Local writers couple leading creative writing classes at GTI

Galway Technical Institute and local writers Kevin Higgins and Susan Millar DuMars are running creative writing classes for people of all...

Have your say on the City Council’s Arts Strategy for 2020-2025

This month Galway City Council is beginning work on developing an Arts Strategy for the next five years, and a number...

Tickets now on sale for the Kaiser Chiefs at Galway International Arts Festival

Tickets have gone on sale this morning for one of the UK's biggest bands, the Kaiser Chiefs, who will be playing...

Countdown to Galway 2020 begins with Clifden fire show

The final countdown is underway to the opening of the Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture, with the opening celebrations rumbling...

Galway Film Fleadh now accepting feature film submissions

The countdown is on to the 32nd annual Galway Film Fleadh this summer, with submissions now open for feature movies to run at the...

One last Over the Edge open reading for poetry lovers this year

Lovers of poetry will be able to catch one more Over the Edge Open Reading this year at Galway City Library on December 19. The...

Creative Makers returning to show the best of Galway’s craftspeople

The Creative Makers pop-up shop will be returning to Galway city this holiday season to showcase the work of Galway's finest artisans and craft...

‘Cumar – A Galway Rhapsody’ wins Best Documentary at Irish Film Festival London

The 2019 Best Documentary Award at the Irish Film Festival London was presented to ‘Cumar – A Galway Rhapsody’ a film by NUIG’s Aodh...

Open Mic for local poetry and prose at Over the Edge

The November ‘Over The Edge: Open Reading’ will take place in Galway City Library on the 21st for people to hear and showcase poetry...

Calasanctius College will Rock You with dystopian musical featuring the best of Queen

The students of Calasanctius College in Oranmore promise to rock like Galway has never seen in a musical coming to the stage this month. For...

Calling all young filmmakers for the 25th Junior Film Fleadh

The Galway Junior Film Fleadh is celebrating a milestone 25th birthday this year and there's still time for young filmmakers to submit their movies. The...

Graduating GMIT artists show their talent in Metamorphosis exhibition

Another year has gone by and Galway, city of singers and painters that it is, has produced another generation of artists eager to show...

Local acapella choir kicking off Culture Night at the Pálás

Join the popular local a-capella choir The Blue Notes for a night of soul, rock, pop and R’n’B this Culture Night at the Pálás Cinema. The...

Over the Edge open reading for new and experienced writers

The monthly gathering of local writers, poets, and anyone who fancies a turn at the pen for the Over the Edge Open Reading will...

Baboró children’s arts festival promises to enthrall young minds

With 50 events specifically for children throughout the week across music, theatre, art, dance, and just plain fun, Baboró International Arts Festival for Children...

My Dad’s Blind – All the awkwardness of fathers and daughters on hilarious display

Father daughter relationships are complicated things under perfect circumstances, and Anna Sheuls-McNamee captures the added opportunities for awkwardness who one can see and one...

Galway 2020 spreads the word in the US at the Milwaukee Irish Festival

The celebration of Irish culture and heritage in Galway 2020 is taking on an international dimension this month at the Milwaukee Irish Festival in...

Sabina Higgins launches Saolta Arts at UHG

Sabina Higgins, wife of the President Michael D. Higgins, has this week launched the new Saolta Arts programme at UHG. Saolta Arts is the new...
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