Galway Arts Festival to celebrate 30th birthday

Giant dinosaurs, huge insects and around 150,000 people will be roaming the streets of Galway from July 16 to 29.

7th July, 2007

Giant dinosaurs, huge insects and around 150,000 people will be roaming the streets of Galway from July 16 to 29.

The Galway Arts Festival is celebrating its 30th birthday, and artistic director Paul Fahy has organised plenty of outdoor events, which he hopes will bring a sense of celebration to the public.

‘‘It cost just shy of €2.5 million to produce and promote the festival this year,” said Fahy. Funding comes primarily from three sources – grant aid,...

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