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Macnas performers Daniel Guinnane, Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes at Quay Street this week announcing details of the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of Galway on Sunday October 27 with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, it will set off at 5.30pm from the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Macnas performers Jo Jo Hynes, Daniel Guinnane and Yvette Pique at Quay Street this week to announce details of the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of Galway on Sunday October 27 with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets. Macnas performers Jo Jo Hynes, Daniel Guinnane and Yvette Pique in the Latin Quarter this week to announce details of the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of Galway on Sunday October 27 with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from Macnas’ home on the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets. Macnas performers Jo Jo Hynes, Daniel Guinnane and Yvette Pique n the Latin Quarter on Tuesday to announce the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of the city on Sunday 27th October with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from Macnas’ home on the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.
Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director with Macnas, and performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane at Quay Street this week announcing details of the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of Galway on Sunday October 27 with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, it will set off at 5.30pm from the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas, with performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane in Quay Street this week to announce details of the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of Galway on Sunday October 27 with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas, with performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane in the Latin Quarter on Tuesday to announce the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of the city on Sunday 27th October with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from Macnas’ home on the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Macnas Artistic Director Noeline Kavanagh joins with performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane in the Latin Quarter to announce details of the Macnas Halloween Parade ‘Danse Macabre’ which takes place on Sunday October 27.<br />
Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas, with performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane in Quay Street this week to announce details of the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of Galway on Sunday October 27 with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas, with performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane in Quay Street this week to announce details of the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of Galway on Sunday October 27 with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas, with performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane in the Latin Quarter on Tuesday to announce the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of the city on Sunday 27th October with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from Macnas’ home on the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas, with performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane in the Latin Quarter on Tuesday to announce the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of the city on Sunday 27th October with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from Macnas’ home on the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.
Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas, with performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane in the Latin Quarter on Tuesday to announce the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of the city on Sunday 27th October with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from Macnas’ home on the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director with Macnas, and performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane at Quay Street this week announcing details of the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of Galway on Sunday October 27 with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, it will set off at 5.30pm from the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Noeline Kavanagh, Artistic Director of Macnas, with performers Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane in Quay Street this week to announce details of the Macnas Halloween Parade. Macnas will bring their epic storytelling to the streets of Galway on Sunday October 27 with their acclaimed parade. Titled ‘Danse Macabre’, the parade will set off at 5.30pm from the NUI Galway campus weaving it's way through the heart of Galway city unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter and party onto the streets.  Yvette Pique, Jo Jo Hynes and Daniel Guinnane performing at Quay Street this week to announce the Macnas Halloween Parade ‘Danse Macabre’ which takes place on Sunday October 27.
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