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Sunday 9th November 2014 • 11am: It’s Sunday Funday at the Galway Atlantaquaria, Salthill, as part of Science Week 2014 with special discounted admission prices today. The highlight of the day will be the interactive Bjorn the Polar Bear, who will share the story of the fascinating world of the Arctic; story-telling with RTE’s Dale Treadwell, Magic Science Shows, cartoon drawing classes with Captain ‘Black John’, interactive exhibitions and lots more!

CRAICing Theatre!!! Avril HORAN

One Act Drama Festival Returns

• 12pm: Head to Busker Brownes on Cross Street for the best jazz brunch in town with the Galway Bay Jazz Band. • 1pm: The Bubbly Baby Market takes place at the Clybaun Hotel for anyone who wants to buy or sell baby and toddler items. Santa will be there too!

• 7pm: Enjoy live jazz entertainment every Sunday at the Black Cat restaurant, Salthill. • 7pm: Join Bruce Grobbelaar, the goalkeeper, at Monroes Live. As a player, Grobbelaar represented Zimbabwe at international level and a number of clubs, most prominently Liverpool, during a professional career spanning more than 20 years.He is remembered for his gymnastic-like athletic ability, unflappable confidence and eccentric and flamboyant style of play. • 8pm: The Galway Film Society presents IIo IIo at the Town Hall Theatre, winner of the prestigious Camera d’Or prize for best first film at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. • 10pm: Phoebe Hunt and Dominick Leslie bring their original music from jazz to country, from swing to bluegrass at the backstage bar at Monroe’s Live.

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rama lovers will be spoilt for choice when the annual Dunmore One Act Drama Festival kicks off in An Taibhdhearc from Thursday, November 6th to Saturday, November 8th. The organisers have moved the festival into the city for 2014 to access a much wider theatre audience and to give competing groups the chance to perform on the world famous Taibhdhearc stage. A total of ten groups from all over

the country will each perform a different One Act play, with four plays on the opening night and three on subsequent nights. The competition is fierce as groups look to impress drama adjudicator Paula Dempsey and win one of the coveted places at this years All Ireland One Act Drama finals in Ballyshannon. Each play must not exceed 55 minutes in duration, with the focus very much on quality acting, small casts and minimal use of props. Tickets for the festival are on sale from the Taibhdhearc Box Office.

CRAICing 10 Years with Twirley Chassie

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• 2pm: The Q Club Variety Group presents Bring It On at the Town Hall Theatre. 90 minutes of singing, dancing and comedy sketches.

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