This weekend in Galway is jam packed with activity! Lying on the couch and settling into a movie marathon is simply out of the question. It is time to pull on your glad rags and spruce yourself up for a weekend of fun! To find out our top 5 picks for where to be, just keep on reading! We’ll see you there…
Slippery When Wet are the ultimate Bon Jovi tribute band, playing all the hits including, Livin on a Prayer, It’s My Life, Always and Wanted Dead or Alive. They are masters of illusion, shedding blood, sweat and tears to fulfil the soulful music of Bon Jovi. They will be taking to the stage of Monroes Live Venue this Friday (19th) from 11 pm.
Tickets are €15 and are available here.
Aerial Yoga Workshop with Let’s Flyoga
On Saturday 20th, Let’s Flyoga will be hosting an aerial yoga workshop from 11.30 to 13.00. Throughout the class, both beginners and improvers will float, play, swing and discover unlimited possibilities of aerial yoga. Starting with a gentle, floating meditation followed by a heat building warm-up, with inversions, backbends, twists and some restorative poses at the end.
Tickets are €35 and are available here.
The Undertones will be playing the Spiegeltent, Eyre Square on Friday 19th with support from Oh Boland.
Making music together since 1976, these five friends from Derry have undoubtedly withstood the test of time. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the release of their most influential and famous song, ’Teenage Kicks’ so it is sure to be a performance for the books!
Tickets cost €35 and are available here
Sky Road TV & Film Festival, Clifden
On Saturday the 20th the Sky Road TV & Film Festival
will take place at the Station House Theatre
, in Clifden. The festival aims to shine a spotlight on the best of Irish Film, Television and New Media. From feature films to animated shorts, this festival’s main goal is to engage with filmmakers by providing a platform for discussion regarding media, trends and finance options available.
Tickets for each event can be purchased here
Architecture At The Edge is a voluntary organisation who invite the people of Galway to explore and understand the value of a well-designed built environment through a series of talks, workshops, tours, film and exhibitions taking place on the 20th and 21st throughout Galway. From an architectural yoga session on the NUI Galway campus to a pop-up ping-pong event along the streets of the city, this initiative is an opportunity for discovery.
Events are free of charge but numbers are limited. Reserve your space & find a full programme here
As always, if you head to any of these places be sure to let us know! For a chance to be featured on our social media, tag us in your snaps or hashtag #GALWAYnow.
Enjoy your weekend!