We’re back! The Town Hall and Black Box Theatres are once again open for live performances. We are delighted - and we look forward to seeing you all sometime soon! The programme will initially feature a limited number of events each week and events will typically be of 60-70 minute duration without interval. We have put in place a range of measures to ensure a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience for all including reduced capacity, socially distanced seating arrangements and the wearing of face coverings. Tickets for all events must be purchased in advance. For the safety of customers and staff, the box office will not initially open to the public and the bar will not open. For queries, email email@example.com or phone 091 569777 Mon-Fri, 10am-12 noon & 2pm-4pm. If you do not have a credit card, don’t worry – we will accommodate you. Read more
Jun 25 2020
Why Galway creatives support the NCFA recovery plan for the arts
THE ARTS are the lifeblood of Galway city, they are vital to our reputation; they attract tourists and new residents; they are an essential part of many businesses in the city centre; and the arts are a key contributor to the Galway economy, bringing in millions each year.
Without the arts, Galway is diminished - socially, economically, and in terms of the joy they bring individuals and communities.“Galway wouldn’t be galway it is if it weren’t for the arts,” says theatre maker and singer Orlagh De Bhaldraithe, “and it’s artists, engineers, riggers, lightening designers, makers, producers of all the incredible art that happens in Galway on a year round basis. The arts should be one of the central components around which we rebuild.”
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