Children's Panel Says "Welcome to Baboró!"
In this video, the Children’s Panel explains what to expect at Galway’s annual festival for children and families. This year's Baboró festival will take place 13 - 22 October, and we look forward to welcoming families and schools to theatres, galleries, libraries, and other venues across the city and county.
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The programme launch and box office opening will take place in early September. The schools box office will open Monday 21 August.
Concept & Storyboarding: Aarav, Aimee, Aoibhín, Frankie, Fionnuala, Harvey, Jasper, Lucas, Maisy, Oscar, Sadhbh, Sumaiya, Tara and Thoran
Starring: Aarav, Aimee, Aoibhín, Frankie, Fionnuala, Harvey, Jasper, Lucas, Maisy, Oscar, Sadhbh, Sumaiya, Tara and Thoran
Filmed and Edited by: Alice Mc Dowell and Felix Ferguson
Directed by: Maisie Lee
Venue: An Taibhdhearc. Many thanks to Becky Ní Éallaithe and Jay Burke for your help!
About the Children's Panel
This video was created by the 2022 - 2023 Children's Panel as a way to welcome other children to Baboró. Learn more about this year's panel here.
The Children’s Panel plays an important role in shaping our work to make all children feel welcome and represented at Baboró. The panel is made up of children from across Galway city and county in 4th/5th class.
From September until June, the panel meets each month for creative workshops with Baboró Artist in Residence Maisie Lee and Outreach Projects Manager Bry Hussey. Each member of the Children’s Panel brings their vibrant curiosity, interests and talents to each meeting. These monthly meetings ensure their input is a regular part of Baboró’s planning and decision-making.
The Baboró Children's Panel is supported the Ombudsman for Children's Office.
Baboró International Arts Festival for Children is Ireland's flagship arts festival dedicated to children and families. Baboró is a registered charity which works year-round to bring meaningful arts experiences to children in our community and to support artists making work for young audiences.