Services

arts week

Questions with no easy answers in Carr’s play

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Andrew Flynn of Galway’s Decadent Theatre who is directing Marina Carr’s The Map of Arg...

Family at heart of Fiona’s memoir about fostering

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Fiona Neary dodged a bullet at the age of 16, having been left at home in charge of dom...

Eyes on Gaza exhibition to help people in dire situation

Arts Week with Judy Murphy “I believe in equal rights and human rights, without violence,” says Phil McKenna, who ...

  • arts week LATEST

Michelle uncovers dark secrets in new novel

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Michelle McDonagh’s eyes light up as she describes childhood trips to Connemara with her parents, who are both now de...

Hard work key to ensuring Cellissimo hits right note

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Finghin Collins is just back from a three-week concert tour of Europe and he’s battling a head cold. But even with bu...

Unique festival a blend of glorious and serious

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Ireland’s new cello festival, Cellissimo, will open on Saturday, May 18, and will run until Sunday, May 26, in the ci...

Novelist Nuala enjoying voyage of self-discovery

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Nuala O’Connor is never happier than when she’s living in the past, at least when it comes to writing fiction. “Hi...

New poetry collection is Elaine’s most personal

Arts Week with Judy Murphy “This is the most personal book I have ever written and the hardest to write,” says poet and novelist Elaine Feeney a...

Patricia’s bus bringing a world of wonder to kids

Arts Week with Judy Murphy The Whole Wide World Bus Tour, packed with children’s authors and illustrators and headed by Laureate na nÓg, Patrici...


SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER

Free Newsletter delivered twice weekly into your Inbox containing all the highlights from Galway from the pages of the Connacht Tribune and Galway City Tribune.

Questions with no easy answers in Carr’s play
Go Up