GALWAY has so many stories to tell
Having found your favourite spots to see on your next visit to Galway, it’s time to put the wheels in motion. Share your discoveries with your friends and family, get booking and prepare for an incredibly memorable trip.
September is often thought of as the month when the kids go back to school, the students go back to college and life returns back to normal after a hectic summer. We often forget that Earth, Wind & Fire made the month of September cool way back in the ‘70s, and that there’s always plenty of antics to get up to throughout the month. Whether it’s arts festivals, oyster festivals or walking festivals, there’s plenty to choose from…
Ah August, a sure sign that summer’s almost dusht! Time really flies by when you’re having the ultimate craic, and suddenly the holidays are coming to an end and Autumn is on the horizon once again. Don’t you worry just yet, there’s plenty on shindigs in the pipeline to keep your spirits high. There’s never a dull moment here in Gaillimh…
Galway International Arts Festival just launched their full programme of theatre, spectacle, art and music!
Galway International Arts Festival today announced details of its 2018 Festival Programme. The Festival, which takes place from 16-29 July, features an exciting Irish and international programme of theatre, opera, dance, circus, music, spectacle, visual art, and First Thought Talks featuring interviews and discussions on the theme of home.
Cúirt International Festival of Literature has announced details of a diverse and eclectic programme, curated by its new Director, Dr. Emily Cullen.
You thought summer was festival season in Galway. Truth is, Galway just never slows down! Here are all the festivals happening in October 2018.