Book in person at 16 The Cornstore, St. Augustine Street, Galway
GIAF 2022 runs from 11-24 July
Discover the programme at giaf.ie
The doors of the box office will be flung open for the first time on Monday 20 June as in person booking commences for Galway International Arts Festival 2022.
Booking has been happening online since the programme was announced but from Monday the facility to book in person will be available at the box office, 16 The Cornstore, St Augustine Street, Galway. The box office is open from Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm (from 20 June – 1 July) and from 4- 24 July it will be open Mon – Sat 10am-5pm and on Sun 12pm-5pm.
Galway International Arts Festival 2022 which will run from 11-24 July, welcomes audiences back in person and invites everyone to wander streets, galleries and venues in Galway, celebrating great art together again.
The jam-packed 2022 Festival brings artists from across the globe to Ireland including the return of Chicago’s world-renowned Steppenwolf with Sam Shepard’s True West; from New York a breath–taking spectacle of illusion, choreography, music and storytelling from Geoff Sobelle with HOME; extraordinary theatre and opera awaits from Druid; Landmark Productions and Irish National Opera; the Gate Theatre and Theatre Lovett; a new immersive Room from Enda Walsh and Paul Fahy; 150 people from all walks of life will perform Europe’s largest highwire spectacle LifeLine over the River Corrib as street art and spectacle return to the streets of Galway; live music returns to Fisheries Field as the Heineken® Big Top hosts an extraordinary musical line up; a powerful new exhibition by Ana Maria Pacheco created especially for GIAF; Ireland’s Pavilion from the Venice Biennale of Architecture; a new site-specific installation from John Gerard which will be unveiled on the Galway Docks; the Festival Garden is back in Eyre Square and Galway International Arts Festival’s thought leadership platform, First Thought returns, exploring the big issues and challenges of the day.
Discover it for yourself at giaf.ie and in person in Galway from 11-24 July.
Download the festival programme at giaf.ie