SHROUD dramatises the panic, paranoia, obfuscations, madness, cruelty, delusions and lies behind the Catholic Church's handling of those clergy who abuse children.
Michael English makes a welcome return to Galway this October as part of his national concert tour!
We are delighted to announce that one of Ireland’s top comedians, Tom O’Mahony will star in a brand new production of the hysterical smash hit comedy about life, loves and relationships
A fusion of theatre, music and dance, Woman Undone is a reimagining of singer Mary Coughlan’s extraordinary life and her difficult childhood.
This fast-paced, energetic production paying tribute to the legendary music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
A rare opportunity to witness members of a genuinely legendary band of the Celtic Rock era. Founding members of Horslips, Johnny Fean, Barry Devlin and Jim Lockhart are joined by Ray Fean
That’s good advice on the pitch but an even better metaphor for life especially when you don’t take advice well. How hard can it be for a man to say “point taken!
Ireland’s longest running theatre ensemble, Blue Raincoat Theatre Company, return to Galway to perform Shackleton, a story of endurance on the Antarctic’s icy Weddell Sea.
With his magnificent band, Jimmy will entertain you superbly and looks forward to meeting friends old and new.
In this new dark comedy by Killian Glynn, homeless and disillusioned, Iris is far from the goddess she was named for.
One of Ireland’s most successful musicians, Finghin Collins needs little introduction to Galway audiences, having performed regularly for Music for Galway since he was a child.
They’re back! Conal Gallen and his son Rory have teamed up once again to create a rib splittingly, fast paced and outrageous comedy that will have you laughing out loud.
An intimate gig with Mary Black and her all-star band playing favourite songs from her immense catalogue spanning over 30 years
Tom Crean, the intrepid Antarctic explorer and one of Ireland’s unsung heroes, is brought to life in this dramatic and humorous solo performance by Aidan Dooley.
The play opens in Anatevka, Russia in 1905, and Tevye the poor dairyman that has been married for twenty-five years to Golde ...
This most famous of ballets combines romantic themes, classical technique and ethereal imagery, with Tchaikovsky’s majestic score, to ensure this masterpiece’s immortality.
With an inimitable style showcasing hilarious comedy, hard hitting drama and brilliant musical numbers, the production features an excellent and unexpected variety of Broadway theatre.
Acclaimed Irish artist Wallis Bird is back.
Kilfenora Céilí Band celebrate their welcome return to the Town Hall Theatre on Sun 24 November next with the release of their 10th Studio Album Both Sides Now.
Parental Guidance is a new stand-up comedy show from Irishman Peadar de Burca, who returned to Ireland after 8 years in Poland. He brought his wife and three girls with him and they moved in with his mother.
Following a sold out run earlier this year, Brú Theatre’s Selvage is back for one night only in the Town Hall Theatre.
Very few in the music business can boast of having chart entries in every decade since the sixties. Even fewer can match the range of Phil’s output...
This artist delivers stories and music with epic performances that keep his audiences coming back year after year for more.
Maud Gonne is sharing the story of her life. For the sake of ‘balance’, W.B. Yeats has also taken to the stage to tell the story of her life.
Trio Rodin, one of the most outstanding Spanish young ensembles of its generation, was founded in 2011 in Utrecht, with the aim of creating a common project out of three different personalities.
A musical timeline of swing classics from the 1920s to the modern day. Featuring the music of Louis Armstrong, Fred Astaire, Bobby Darrin, The Rat Pack, Michael Buble, Paolo Nutini and more...
This year again, there will be over 40 stands featuring local crafts people and artisan food producers.
An hilarious insight into one man’s struggle of being afflicted with ArseBoxin’. A term used in his native Offaly describing the ability to procrastinate and half complete a task.
Little John Nee performs this new show of musical storytelling with The Tea Dance Triode (Jeremy Howard and Fionn Robinson). It all takes place on a Friday in May, a referendum day; a local woman is opening a Tea Emporium...