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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...

GMIT and Brothers of Charity award first joint arts bursary

GMIT and the Brothers of Charity Services have awarded their first joint arts bursary to local film maker Jill Beadsworth. Jill, a documentary filmmaker, is...

IT Chapter 2 – Everyone’s least favourite clown is back with more, but ultimately less, of the same

by Aonghus O'Sullivan 2017’s It arrived at just the right moment: when popular culture was suddenly remembering once again just how much Stephen King told...

Busking bylaws stripping Galway of its culture say PBP

Not long after Galway City Council passed new bylaws restricting busking in the city centre People Before Profit are calling on the council to...

Inverin woman appointed Sean-Nós Singer in Residence at NUIG

Caitlín Ní Chualáin from An Teach Mór Thiar, Indreabhán has been named as Sean-Nós Singer-in-Residence for this year at NUIG. The announcement of the incoming...

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...

Buskers warn busking bylaws will drive many from Galway

The Galway Buskers Community has warned that the new busking bylaws voted in this week will force many to leave Galway to make a...

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...

Big crowds expected for Galway 2020 Eyre Square launch

Galway 2020 will be launching the programme of events for the European Capital of Culture year in Eyre Square this month. On Wednesday, September 18...

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...

Never Grow Old proves there’s still life in the old west

by Aonghus O'Sullivan Irish writer-director Ivan Kavanagh’s Connemara shot, California set revisionist Western Never Grow Old may not take the viewer to places they’ve never...
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