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Day by Day Programme
_ _ THURSDAY 6th 6.00 pm Official Opening of the 2nd Western Artists exhibition by Dr. Noel Browne in the old Corporation offices at 4 7 / 4 9 Dominick St. 150 works from Donegal to Dingle. 9.00 pm In concert. Fascinating Aida. Great Southern Hotel. "A unique mixture of the wry, the romantic and the rude". 11.00 pm Festival Club with Hennigan's Blooze Band in the Warwick Hotel. Bar ext. FRIDAY 7th 8.30 pm In concert, De Danann with Dolores Keane. Leisureland. Songs from the new album, 'Ballroom'. 11.00 pm Festival Ball with Chris Meehan and his Red Neck Friends. Special guests. Great Southern Hotel. Bar ext. 11.00 pm Bar ext. Festival Club in the Warwick Hotel.

8.30 pm From London. The People S h o w present 'Whistle Stop', a hit comedy. Great Southern Hotel. "A joyous evening" -- (THE

8.30 pm Poetry reading with Derek Mahon. Special guest: Michael Gorman. The Arts Centre, Nun's Island. 11.00 ext. pm Festival Club. Warwick Hotel Bar

SATURDAY 8th 12 noon The Lily Puppet S h o w with Jay Murphy, Brian Bourke and Paraic O'Carra. The Parochial School, Woodquay. 2.00 pm Festival Parade starts from Prospect Hill featuring the eighty foot Carnival Dragon, performers from Macnas, Horse & Bamboo, the famous Galway 3-in-a-Row 'Heads', stiltwalkers, fireblowers, drummers and festival clowns. The parade passes down Shop St. followed by a Mardi-Gras in Middle St. with Jazz bands and street performers. 4.00 pm The Lily Puppet S h o w . 2nd show. The Parochial School, Woodquay. 8.30 pm In Leisureland. concert, Christy Moore,

TUESDAY 11th 11.30 am Childrens show. Nelly in the Telly. Taibhdhearc, Middle St. 1.10 pm Lunchtime classical concert. Ben Dwyer (Guitar). St. Nicholas Collegiate Church. 8.00 pm From Lancashire, England, Horse & Bamboo present 'An Roth'. Claddagh Hall. Mime. Masks and Music. 8.00 pm From Canada, Theatre Repere presents 'The Dragons Trilogy'. Dominican Hall. Claddagh. "A Masterpiece" (THE TIMES) 8.30 pm The People S h o w present 'Whistle Stop'. Great Southern Hotel. "There's a real art to this kind of mayhem." (TIME OUT) 11.00 ext. pm Festival Club, Warwick Hotel. Bar

9.00 pm Traditional concert. Sean Maguire with Brid Crannitch (piano). Guests: Sharon Shannon and Eoghan O'Neill. Warwick Hotel. 11.00 pm Festival Club with The Liverpool Ceili Band. Seapoint, Salthill. Bar ext. S U N D A Y 9th 12.30 pm Traditional session with Tommy Peoples (fiddle), Dermot Byrnes (accordian), and Garry O'Brian (bouzcuki). Atlanta Hotel, Dominick St. 8.30 pm Music for Galway presents, in concert J a m e s Galway & The Irish Chamber O r c h e s t r a . C o n d u c t o r , Andre Prieur. Leisureland. 8.30 pm In concert, Mary Black and her acoustic band. Great Southern Hotel. 10.00 pm Festival Club. Warwick Hotel. Bar ext. MONDAY 10th 11.30 am Childrens show. Galway Theatre Workshop presents 'Nelly in the Telly'. Taibhdhearc, Middle St. 1.10 pm Lunchtime classical concert in St. Nicholas's Collegiate Church. O o n a g h Keogh, (violin). Havelock Nelson (piano).

Sponsored by: Quays Bar

LEISURELAND F R I D A Y 7TH A U G U S T 8.30 P . M . From London

WEDNESDAY 12th 11.30 am Childrens Show. Nelly in the Telly. Taibhdhearc, Middle St. 1.10 pm Lunchtime classical concert. Gerard McChrystal, (Clarinet & Saxophone). Per Neilsen, (Piano). St. Nicholas Collegiate Church. 8.00 pm Horse and B a m b o o present 'An Roth'. Claddagh Hall. Puppets, live music and masks. 8.00 pm Druid Theatre present Sophocles Oedipus'. Translation -- W.B. Yeats. Druid Theatre, Chapel Lane. 8.30 pm The People Show present 'Whistle Stop'. Great Southern Hotel. 'An inventive lunatic parody of train m o v i e s . " (THE

For a good laugh, try the People Show (above) and their hit comedy, Whistle Stop which plays at the Great Southern Hotel for 5 nights from Monday August 10th to Friday August 14th. Whistle Stop is a parody of all the crazy situations you find in American B-Movies and the People Show entertain with lots of music and slapstick.

9.00 pm Oiche Chonamara. Oiche tradisiunta le Mhuintir Chonamara. Beidh an scoth de amhranaithe, ceolteoiri. daimhseoiri agus agallamh beirte i lathair. Warwick Hotel. 11.00 pm Festival Club with The Stunning. Warwick Hotel. Bar ext.

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