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Ireland’s first outdoor theatre show as Gaeilge back in Galway next month

Following a sell out run in Connemara, Ireland's first drive-in theatre show as Gaeilge will be back in Galway in November. Philip Doherty's FIACH was...

Galway band releases fantastic new upbeat single

Galway band Collective Whisper has released a stunning new upbeat single which serves as a very welcome antidote to the current global situation.Surprising fans...

Corrandulla band headlining Irish trad music festival in London

A family of trad musicians from Corrandulla will be one of the headline acts at the opening of the 22nd annual Irish traditional dance...

Open air exhibition keeping the arts alive in Galway

Museums and galleries may be closed, but Galway City itself is being turned into an exhibition, with displays of art, poetry, and stories in...

Thousands of creative arts jobs at risk in the West Grealish says

Up to 2,000 jobs in the arts and creative sectors Galway, Mayo, and Roscommon are in danger due to the devastating impact of COVID-19...

Death, deceit, and betrayal tear Ros na Rún apart

Death, deceit, and betrayal bring Ros na Rún to the attention of the Gardaí this week as some characters lives are torn apart, and...

Galway artists highlight older people’s lockdown experiences

A group of Galway artists have created a sequence of short digital pieces that highlight the experiences of older people living in COVID-19 lockdown.‘Bringing...

Ros na Rún returns to our screens for its Silver Jubilee

TG4's Ros na Rún is returning to our screens this week, celebrating its Silver Jubilee with a major milestone of 25 seasons on the...

Submit to the magic of Macnas as the Gilgamesh Experience starts to unfold

Macnas, the masters of storytelling and spectacle, are back as the legend of Gilgamesh starts to unfold via the Gilgamesh Experience on Macnas.com and on the streets...

Banned novel by Liam O’Flaherty republished 87 years on

Inis Mór writer Liam O’Flaherty’s banned novel The Martyr has been republished by Nuascéalta, eighty-seven years since its first and only publication in 1933....

Galway City Council awards €425,000 in arts grants

Galway City Council has awarded €425,000 in grants  to over 60 arts organisations this week.The 2020 Arts Grants (Organisations) approved by the city council...

The 5 Best Documentaries on Netflix in 2020

The spectacular popularity and growth of Netflix has been boosted by many of the fantastic documentaries it has to offer.The American media provider...
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