Friday September 18, 2020

Galway Theatre Festival

5th May, 2019
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The Realness of Miss Representation

Galway celebrates the finest work of its established and emerging independent theatre artists this week at the Galway Theatre Festival, which was established to provide a local counterpoint to the international emphasis of the Galway Arts Festival.

Programme highlights include Niamh Ryan’s fantastical two-hander, Eternal Youth, which brings the heightened language of street poetry to a coming-of-age story of two teenagers (Bank of Ireland Theatre, NUIG, until May 6); This Was Never Going to Be...

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