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  • Events

    Baboró Schools Box Office is Now Open

    The Baboró 2022 Schools Box Office is now open. Schools are invited to complete the booking request form for their preferred events at this year's festival.

  • Events

    Save the Date Reminder for Schools: Baboró 2022

    Save the Date! Baboró Festival 2022, which will take place Friday 14 October - Sunday 23 October in Galway city. An exciting programme of Irish and international performances, workshops and exhibitions for children of all ages.

  • Opportunities

    Open Call: Baboró Children’s Panel 2022

    Baboró is looking for children who will be starting 4th class in September 2022 to join their Children’s Panel to ensure their voices are included in their planning and decision making.

  • Guest Blogger

    Branar theatre performance - cosmic corridor with 2 people in pink looking through

    Blog 1 – Marc Mac Lochlainn, Executive Artistic Director of…

    In the first blog in the new series from Marc Mac Lochlainn, we learn about how Branar will be celebrating its 21st anniversary creating arts experiences for young citizens aged 0- 12 years.

  • Events

    Baboró International Arts Festival for Children Digital Delegate pass

    Baboró’s School Programme: Digital Delegate Pass

    Baboró are delighted to launch their Digital Delegate Pass for this year's festival 4 - 17 Oct, 2021.

  • Events

    Baboró Arts Festival for Children - two kids on a beach flying flags

    Announcing the 25th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children

    For their 25th Arts Festival for Children, Baboró will be celebrating the rights of the child, inspired by the UN Convention on the Rights of The Child. The arts festival will have strands of events and performances dedicated to giving children a platform for their voice to be heard, a space for expression and, of course, a festival experience to be enjoyed with family and friends.

  • Events

    Young musicians at launch of Gort River Sound Walk. Credit: Nadin Reichel

    Gort River Geolocated Sound Walk Created by Young Musicians

    Visit the Gort River Sound Walk created by young musicians at Coole Music & Arts. Sound walk available until July 26th July. Free e-book of original compositions inspired by musician Turlough Carolan created by young musicians downloadable from Coole Music and Arts website.

  • Opportunities

    Photo credit: Ros Kavanagh

    Online Arts Education Resource: TULCA Education Programme

    TULCA's online arts education resource caters for primary and secondary school students and uses a mixture of creative activities and videos to explore contemporary visual art.