Wednesday 18 January 2017
Classical festival to brighten up January
This year’s Music for Galway’s Midwinter Festival takes child prodigies as its inspiration. Over three days, audiences will get to hear astounding work that was written before the composer reached the tender age of 18. The annual festival, which takes place this weekend from Friday 20 January to Sunday 22 January, will host a range of music by incredibly talented prodigies from down through the ages. They will be performed by an exceptional cast of...read more...
Galway Film Centre hosts gaming seminar
Galway Film Centre is hosting a half-day Gaming Seminar, ‘Selling Invisible Fun’, with renowned Game Designer Brian Upton and Creative Europe MEDIA Desk Galway on Monday 23 January. Brian will give a talk about how to pitch games. Having worked as senior game designer for Sony Playstation, Brian now manages his own consulting business and has also written books on game design including ‘The Aesthetic of Play’, a book about games design and...read more...
Clifden Arts Festival’s 40th programme gets underway
The Clifden Arts Festival is set to celebrate 40 years this September. 2017 will mark a milestone for the festival that boasts a heaving programme of theatre, visual art, dance, children’s entertainment, street theatre, music and literature. To kick start the programme of events they have announced a concert this January with a collaboration that promises to be something very special.Music Network in association with The Clifden Arts Festival...read more...
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