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The artists and architects have been chosen for this year's Architecture at the Edge programme, The Boundaries Commission which is to be held from October 2 to 4 throughout Galway city and county.
The artists and architects have been chosen for this year’s Architecture at the Edge programme, The Boundaries Commission which is to be held from October 2 to 4 throughout Galway city and county.
Just as you thought the last chance of a proper festival had gone for this year, along comes The Big Think - a festival of talks and ideas - to fill you with inspiration, insight, hope and joy. Galway Summer Garden provides the perfect festival vibe for this Indian summer of enlightenment and laughs. The central outdoor stage is encircled by a panopticon of beautifully-appointed bell tents (each with its own dedicated loo!), from which you can ‘contactlessly’ order your food and drinks delivered to the door.
TANYALEE DAVIS, “the little lady with the big voice” (Chortle.co.uk), and Totally Wired, "Ireland’s oldest and least successful boy band", bring the laughter to the Róisín Dubh next week.
SIVE, THE singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, called "one of the most inspiring and exciting artists of our time", by Female First UK, plays the next Eclectics night.
AFTER FIVE hotly contested heats, the grand final of Show Me The Funny at The King's Head takes place on Monday February 24, with 11 of the freshest new comedic talents vying to win the top prize.
SHE HAS been called "the new Kate Bush" by The Examiner; she supported Gavin James at the 3 Arena in Dublin; while Universal, the world’s largest record label, shortlisted her as an artist to watch for 2020.
THE PENULTIMATE heat of Show Me The Funny, Ireland's longest running and most wide reaching comedy competition, takes place this Monday [February 10] at The King's Head.
MAIJA SOFIA, the only Galway born artist to be nominated for RTÉ Choice Music Prize Irish Album, will play a 'homecoming' gig at Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh on Thursday February 20.
THE YEAR has barely begin and already Donald Trump and Iran's activities are bringing World War III closer, Australia burns, climate change rolls on...we really need good reasons to laugh right now.