Returning after a week off is Fractal. We’re back for another show after this one, then two weeks off and then into the true spirit of Summer time (if Ireland allows it). Tune in to the playback to enjoy another collection of hand-picked tunes from Asia. We’re also discussing some Overwatch, gaming scores, and a lot of films!
Interviews with festival director and theatre makers at Galway Theatre Festival program launch in Biteclub, March 26th 2018.
Starting with Máiréad Ní Chróinín, GTF Festival director, speaking about ten years of GTF.
Michelle Cahill talking about her piece ‘Thirteen Steps to the Attic’ at 3:09.
Kieron Smith recently launched a new company, WestWorks Theatre, 4:31.
Anne McCabe ag labhairt faoi forbairt an féile, 6:26
Jérémie Cyr-Cooke tells us about his GTF piece, ‘The Messiness of Human Relationships’, 7:47.
Debbie Wright and Orlagh De Bhaldraithe discuss the devising of their socially inspired GTF piece ‘Remnants’, 9:48.
The weekly Fractal on Flirt FM is now available online! This week Fractal was lucky enough to be live the same day as the Galway Theatre Festival program launch so we have some interviews from that (full collection also uploaded separately). We also have our usual collection of music, gaming news and films.
The weekly Fractal on Flirt FM is now available online! We are celebrating International Women’s Day, which is Thursday 8th of March, by playing all female musicians today – as we do most weeks anyway.
This week Fractal hosts James and Blue are joined by Eoghan Doyle! They discuss watching the ‘Kuruko no Basket’ film over the weekend, Overwatch, and the upcoming Han Solo film.
This week’s interview is with Sarah O’Toole, an actor, director and lecturer in Galway. Sarah curated the first Theatre Café of the year on behalf of Galway Theatre Festival, in Just Art It, Dominick Street.
Fractal is back in the full swing of all things Galway which means: EVENTS EVENTS AND MORE EVENTS! We’re talking about a heap of stuff this week including plays coming up in NUIG (BOI and O’DC), films, the opening of Pálás arthouse cinema – and tonnes more.