Galway:Tribes alive! Theatrical Medieval Walking Tour

TRIBES ALIVE!

Theatrical Medieval Walking Tour of Galway’s Latin Quarter

Fancy an exciting living history journey through the heart of medieval Galway which offers authentic, fun and interactive insights into the city’s rich cultural heritage and people? Then don’t miss Tribes Alive!, an enchanting new 70 minute dramatic walk through the winding medieval streets of Galway’s Latin Quarter

Presented in an engaging and humorous way, this tour will take participants on an enchanting journey back in time. Written by Paraic Breathnach, directed by Rod Goodall and featuring local actors, the tour will visit nine of the city’s most historic landmarks including Spanish Arch, Blake’s Tower, Kirwan’s Lane, St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church and The Hall of the Red Earl.

With two performances per day and private tours available by arrangement, this unique tour based on historical fact and humorous observation brings to life great Galway stories, larger than life Galway characters and historical Galway events.

Tour departs from outside Galway City Museum twice daily, 2.30pm and 5.30pm, Monday to Friday, from Wednesday 22 August until 21 September. Tickets are €10 (Accompanied U-14 free). Advance booking, though not essential, is advisable. Book now through the Discover Ireland Centre, Forster St, Galway; Discover Ireland Centres nationwide; or book online at www.myticketsireland.ie or phone 086 3025529.

The Tribes Alive Theatrical Walking Tour is a Destination Development 2012 initiative of Failte Ireland, supported by Galway’s Latin Quarter.

For more information visit www.thelatinquarter.ie

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Posted on August 16, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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