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Arts Festival means magic for Galway's summer

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It is that time of year already: school is out, life guards are on duty, the city is filled with dusty D-reg jeeps collecting Irish College escapees, and the Galway International Arts Festival begins in earnest next week when the whole town seems enchanted.

Countdown begins for Galway Arts Festival

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Countdown begins for Galway Arts Festival

The 2024 Galway International Arts Festival will include seven world premiers, a new visual arts commission, the most extensive music line-up to date, and new theatre co-produced with partners Landmark Productions and Once Off Productions.

Arts Festival launch heralds Galway’s summer

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The Galway International Arts Festival launched the annual programme for its 48th summer extravaganza in Bohermore’s Dean Hotel this week.

Druid Theatre to stage major new production of Beckett’s Endgame at Galway International Arts Festival

Druid Theatre yesterday announced a major new production of Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece Endgame. Directed by Garry Hynes, Endgame follows the Galway company’s acclaimed production of Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.

Druid Theatre to stage major new production of Beckett’s Endgame at Galway International Arts Festival

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Druid Theatre yesterday announced a major new production of Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece Endgame. Directed by Garry Hynes, Endgame follows the Galway company’s acclaimed production of Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.

Galway International Arts Festival breaks attendance records of over 400,000

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On Sunday night, the curtain fell on Galway International Arts Festival 2023 (GIAF), bringing to a close 14 days and nights of extraordinary arts experiences. The programme, which ranged from Druids to Dragons and Artists to Acrobats, drew record attendances of over 400,000 for the first time.

The need to future proof our culture

So here we are, at the turn of the Galway year. They used to say that if there were intercounty players at the Galway Races, that they must be out of the championship, their boots hung up for another year.

Tents and events as the city throws itself headfirst into festival fever

As a kid, I used to love when the circus came to town. Early one morning, there would be the ping-ping ping of the tent pegs being driven into the ground in The Green, just behind my home house in Ballinrobe. We would go to school excited with the thought that by the time we ran home at lunchtime across the town for a quickly-consumed dinner (dinner in the middle of the day people, you see), the town park would have been transformed into something colourful and magical and so very different from the nothingness that was normally there.

Galway International Arts Festival presents an exciting and eclectic programme of theatre

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Galway International Arts Festival is renowned for presenting and producing great theatre, and this year, it presents its biggest theatre/dance programme ever.

 

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