Pam Dolan whose new work is being shown in Ballinasloe.

Land, Sea and Memory at Ballinasloe Library

Land, Sea and Memory is the title of an exhibition of new paintings by Galway city-based Artist, Pam Dolan which opened in Ballinasloe Library on Tuesday and will run until Friday, April 26. Mayo-born Pam...

Cracking good picture-book for young readers

The Hidden Egg by written by Clare Griffin and illustrated by Ann Forde, both from Clarinbridge, is a picture book for children aged between two and seven years. Children who try to be good but...

Last Words for Good Friday

Music for Galway will team up with conductor Mark Duley once again this Easter, to present a special hour of music for Good Friday – with the aim of creating a space in which...
Peco...Monroe's Live.

Peco’s party is something of a moveable musical feast!

The Groove Tube with Cian O’Connell Peco might be billed as a singer-songwriter – but his debut album The Middle Ages has all the roundness and bite of an indie-rock band. And, having expanded his...
Aaron Monaghan, who saw Trad when it premiered at the 2004 Galway Arts Festival.

Aaron returns to Druid in new role as he directs hit play Trad

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Aaron Monaghan, who is familiar to Galway theatre audiences for his many superb performances with Druid Company, returns to the Mick Lally Theatre from next Thursday to Saturday, April 25-...
Cuach (Peadar Cox) agus Coigín (Fionnuala Ní Fhlatharta taking centre stage in this raucous production.

An Taibhdhearc’s lewd, bawdy and brilliant Chaucer adaptation hits all the right notes

Review by Bernie Ni Fhlatharta It was lewd, rude, saucy and bawdy but most of all the latest production staged by An Taibhdhearc was brilliant. Jingle Bang Jangle provoked much laughter and spontaneous responses from the...


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