Friday September 18, 2020

Galway Theatre Festival

5th May, 2019
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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