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Over the Edge October reading bringing the best of non-fiction

The October Over the Edge open reading and open mic night will take place over Zoom next week so people can get their arts...

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...

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...

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...

Over the Edge welcomes readers from the world over for open-mic poetry

Over the Edge is continuing strong this month, giving poetry lovers in Galway a much needed cultural outlet, and using the online format to...

Have your day in court on Culture Night with Philip Fogarty’s Three Dream Echo

Have your day in court on Culture Night as Philip Fogarty, in association with Galway Court Service, is staging an exciting interactive piece in...

Town Hall and Black Box theatres reopening this weekend

The Town Hall and Black Box theatres in Galway City are reopening for live events from this weekend after a prolonged period of closure...

Embrace the arts with NUIG’s Virtual Summer Festival

NUI Galway's student societies are partnering with local artists and creators for a new Virtual Summer Festival this week to show that the arts...

Over the Edge returns with August Open Reading for poetry lovers

The first ‘Over The Edge: Open Reading’ after the summer break will take place on Zoom on Thursday, August 27 for poetry lovers to...

Macnas to bring the legend of Gilgamesh to Galway

Masters of storytelling and spectacle Macnas will bring a dramatic new interpretation of the world’s oldest story, the legend of Gilgamesh, to Galway this...

Galway 2020 unveils new programme of events

Galway 2020 has unveiled its revised programme for the Capital of Culture project starting this Autumn after being forced to cancel events from March...

Support local creators and Shop Galway in 25% off sale

It has never been more important to support local creators; artists, designers and more who are struggling to make a living, which is why...

Galway Arts Festival unveils special Autumn programme

Galway International Arts Festival has released the programme of events for this year's revised Autumn edition.GIAF 2020 was supposed to take place in July,...

Explore the possibilities of Circus this summer!

Galway city's renowned non-profit Galway Community Circus is getting back to business, hosting summer camps this August.Following the re-opening of the country, this vibrant...

Shop Galway to support local artists, designers and craftspeople

Galway Daily is proud to launch Shop Galway as a new e-commerce platform for people to purchase Galway centric clothes, accessories, and art that...

Zoom launch for new issue of poetry magazine Skylight 47

Over The Edge presents issue 13 of Skylight 47 “possibly Ireland's most interesting poetry publication”, launching on Zoom this month.The issue includes a wide...

Funding approved for reimagined Galway 2020 programme

The government has approved funding for a reimagined Galway 2020 programme as the European Capital of Culture project will now run to early 2021.Minister...

Australian Head of Mission to Ireland praises Galway’s cultural strengths

The Head of Mission for Australia praised Galway as a "lesson to the world" in balancing protecting and promoting the arts alongside encouraging business...

How to Fall in love in a Pandemic – a Tinder romance accelerates in lockdown

Two filmmakers have their Tinder romance taken to the extreme very quickly when the COVID-19 crisis forces them to move in together after two...

Three Galway artists get a boost from Remote Control development programme

Three Galway based artists have been chosen for the Remote Control programme to help them develop innovative art projects and find new ways to...
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