Fringe festival

4 good shows and exhibitions. For the rest of the programme, dates and times, check the website

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  •  GALWAY ACTORS WORKSHOP The Space @ the Bentley. Eyre Square, July 27 and 28 at 7 pm

For anyone who’d love some bite-size bits of brilliant theatre, the students of Galway Actor’s Workshop are proud to present their Summer showcase of comic, tragic, ridiculous, sublime and always highly entertaining scenes from a diverse view of playwrights ranging from Lorca through Sam Shepard to Brian Friel.

  • STEVE CUTS HIS OWN FRINGE The Townhouse, Quay Lane. July 15, 16, 22, 23 at 9 pm
Steve Bennett invites you into his barber shop to see comedians, musicians and a few surprises too. Steve is a musical comedian who has performed all over Ireland and further afield (currently gearing up for his second Edinburgh Fringe Festival).Bennett will bring you the absolute best or Ireland’s up and coming performers from the Fringe and further afield. An eclectic mix of short cuts and longer sets, this show is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. (Free for anyone who let’s Steve cut their hair during the show).
  • PASSING MOMENTS The Secret Garden,Sea Road. Until July 30
“Passing Moments” is the debut exhibition by artist/jeweller Elise Dana Brown as a photographer. It is a series of images that encapsulates the essence of Galway; taken in stride, they are her tribute to the Spirit of Galway. What is it about Galway, its mystery and charm, comfort and character, colour and radiance?  “Passing Moments” are reflections of the eye-catching, soul-lifting presence  inherent in Galway’s surroundings that enables many who pass through to feel at home and enchanted.

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  • ONE LAST DROP The Cube Theatre, NUIG. July 22-25 at 6:20 pm

Is it possible to shake off your demons and begin again? Could you walk away from the most important thing in your life? Follow the stories of man and woman as they struggle with an addiction we are all familiar with, the addiction to alcohol. Watch as their stories unfold through dance and music and see how quickly life can fall from happiness and belonging to destruction and numbness. From the choreographer of last year’s successful fringe showRewind, Claudia O’Sullivan in collaboration with Kori Kilduff bring a new dance work One Last Drop.  Written and directed by Claudia O’Sullivan & Kori Kilduff.

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