At last a storm-free weekend! Here are our top 5 weekend plans recommendations!

 

1. Farmer Michael and Kathleen LIVE

You may know the duo from their ruthlessly sarcastic Facebook videos. Well this weekend, Stevo Timothy (aka Farmer Michael) and Sinéad (aka Kathleen) are coming to Galway for a special night of comedy at the Town Hall Theatre. A night of laughter and outrageousness to be expected!

 

Date: Friday, 6 March
Time: 8 p.m
Venue: Town Hall Theatre
Price: €22,50
Get your tickets here!

 

2. Fleabag, International Women’s Day Live Screening

This Sunday we celebrate International Women’s Day and on this very important occasion, Pálás cinema is screening a very strong female character of theatre and television –Fleabag‘s dry-witted Fleabag (portayed by outstanding actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge). Enjoy her live theatre performance in an exclusive big-screen experience.

 

 

Date: Sunday, 8 March
Time: 4:30 p.m – 6 p.m
Venue: Pálás Cinema, Galway 
Tickets here!

 

3. Dave Elliot: Comedy about fatherhood

As a veteran father of 1 year, Dave Elliott is battle hardened… “DAD” is a one man tale of parenthood, adversity and arguably triumph from “one of the stand out acts on the Northern Irish comedy scene.” – Belfast Telegraph
Date: Friday, 6 March
Time: 8 p.m
Venue: Roísín Dubh
Price: €10
Get tickets here!

 

4. Fashion and Beauty bootcamp

To mark International Women’s Day, which falls on Sunday 8th March, The Skeff Late Bar & Kitchen will host a Fashion and Beauty Bootcamp fundraiser. Enjoy an interactive style ‘bootcamp’ with demonstrations by Orla Hurney Makeup, Orlagh Winters and Gorgeous Locks. You will learn how to transform your makeup from a dewy day look to a smokin’ night look, how to achieve perfect bouncy curls and what capsule items you should invest in this Spring/Summer to transform your wardrobe.

 

 

Date: Sunday, 8 March

Time: 2 p.m – 4p.m
Venue: The Skeff Bar, Galway
Price: €22,20

 

5. Laura Vechhi Forde retrospective exhibition

The exhibition is part of Kenny’s Bookshop & Art Gallery’s 80th Anniversary celebrations and the Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture calendar of events. The official opening will take place in The Kenny Gallery.
 
Date: Friday, 6 March – 2 April 2020
Venue: The Kenny Gallery, Liosban Business Park
Time: 9 a.m

 

Have a great weekend!

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