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Galway 2020’s title as European Capital of Culture draws to a close on April 30th. It will pass the title to the three cities who will next hold the title with a televised version of the handover airing on TG4 and TG4.ie on Friday 7th of May at 7.30pm. The symbolic handover will see the title pass from Galway and Rijeka in Croatia, to Esch in Luxembourg, Kaunas in Lithuania and Novi Sad in Serbia. 

Blue Teapot Theatre Company and Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture are pleased to present a digital mini-series ‘The Festival that never was, the celebration that is’, as part of the programme for Galway’s European Capital of Culture 2020. 

The Mighty Ocean commissioned by Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture , produced by Galway Music Residency for TG4 as part of Galway 2020’s Capital of Culture Programme will have its World Premiere on Sunday 25 April at 9:30pm.

The Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture programme continues through April 30th with over 50 events planned throughout the month. Highlights include Baboró The Veiled Ones, The Mighty Ocean, TULCA will present a series of events including A visit A Ceremony, A Gift. The Weather Gods and XVIII.

Cultural and art events under the auspices of the European Capital of Culture, which are scheduled to take place in April, a month in which the ECoC programme reaches its finale, were announced some days ago in Rijeka. 

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