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Galway Film Fleadh bringing a wealth of Irish short films to screen

Galway Film Fleadh will serve as the world premiere for seven Irish short films coming from Fís Éireann this year. Fís Éireann has funded these...

Making Space exhibition brings together astronomy and art

Astronomy and art have come together to create some breathtaking pieces of work for the Making Space exhibition at Galway Arts Centre next month. Making...

Young people encouraged to unleash their creativity at Cruinniú na nÓg this weekend

Young people in Galway city are being encouraged to fire up their imaginations and take part in some of the many creative activities on...

First titles announced for 2019 Galway Film Fleadh

Galway Film Fleadh has revealed the first titles coming to their screens this summer at the 31st annual film festival. Closing out this year's film...

The Connacht Hotel – 50 years of incredible family memories

Galway's Connacht Hotel has been a stalwart part of the travel and tourism landscape in Galway for decades, and on its fiftieth anniversary is...

Experience the old city brought to life in the Galway Medieval Experience

Experience the magic of old Galway brought to life this Saturday with a day of festivities at the Galway Medieval Experience. This event from Galway...

Kick off Galway Film Society’s summer season at the Palas with a fake Italian kidnapping

After settling into the Palas over the past year, the Galway Film Society is launching their first ever summer season this weekend. Galway Film Society...

Playwright Tom Murphy’s legacy can contribute to regeneration of Tuam

A series of workshops have been held to commemorate the work of the late Tom Murphy in Dublin this week. The event, titled Conversations on...

The old city printworks could get a facelift as an indoor food market

The old Connacht Tribune printworks could become the latest new addition to Galway's food scene, with plans in the making to convert Ortamount Ltd applied...

Over the Edge open poetry reading at city library

Over the Edge literary festival is hosting an open mic poetry reading at Galway city library this month, with featured readers Mark Roper, Aelmuire Mullaney, & Anne Donnellan. Mark Roper's...

Four Galway science education projects aim to reach 100,000 people

Four Galway based projects have been awarded funding worth over €400,000 to achieve their goal of getting 100,000 people engaged with...

Calling all poets for Galway University Hospitals Poems for Patience 2019

The Galway University Hospitals  Arts Trust is inviting the creative minds of Galway to submit entries for its annual poetry competition. The winning entry will...

Galway hosts final for best young chef in Europe award

The final of the European Young Chef Award 2018 took place last night in Galway as part of Galway, West of Ireland’s designation as...

Otherworldly magic coming to this year’s Macnas Halloween parade

Expect magical, otherworldly sights as this year's Macnas Halloween parade falls 'Out of the Wild Sky'. With its signature giant creations and sculptural images, pyrotechnics, bespoke...

Enjoy an evening of music, film and storytelling for Culture Night at Galway 2020’s Open House

Enjoy an evening of music, film, and storytelling this Culture Night at the first in a series of Open House events being held by...

TG4 launches amazing new season of programmes in Galway

TG4's Autumn schedule is being launched in the Tribeton, Galway today, where a wide variety of programmes have been announced for this coming season...

My Fellow Sponges at the Black Gate Cultural Centre

Popular local band My Fellow Sponges will be playing the Black Gate Cultural Centre this Thursday. Fresh from a successful 10-day tour of Poland, the...

Galway’s Heritage week in full swing

Heritage week is upon us with a full week of activities and events celebrating the art, culture, and history of Ireland. And there's no where...

Filmmakers wanted for Dig Where You Stand 2018 funding

The Galway Film Centre's Dig Where You Stand scheme returns this year with a call for project proposals from young filmmakers in Galway city...

Cruinniú na nÓg takes place this weekend.

Cruinniú na nÓg is a new national day of creativity for children and young people. County Galway will celebrate this inaugural festival over 2 days,...
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