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Blue Teapot Theatre Company present CROSSING THE LINE FESTIVAL a pan–European festival of outstanding work made by Irish and European artists with intellectual disabilities. Over 100 established and emerging artists from Ireland, Sweden, France, UK, Poland and Netherlands will visit Galway for the Festival which takes place over 4 days, across multiple venues. The festival puts artists with intellectual disabilities centre-stage in a programme of theatre, street shows, dance, masterclasses and knowledge events. A Galway 2020 commission, this is a first of its kind Festival for a European Capital of Culture.

The heart will be the Hub in Father Burke Park. As well as hosting daily events, it’s an accessible place to meet with artists and enjoy the experience of Crossing The Line, a festival for everyone.

How To Book Tickets


The full theatre programme is available and online tickets are now on sale http://crossingtheline.blueteapot.ie/ and https://tht.ie/


Phone 091 569 777. Monday – Saturday 10am – 7.30pm Visa, Mastercard and Visa Debit are accepted.


Pop into the box office at the Town Hall Theatre at Courthouse Square, Galway

Opening hours are Monday – Saturday, 10am – 7.30pm


A group of 4 or more qualify for discount.

For groups sizes of 4-9 you can purchase tickets online.

For group sizes of 10 or more please call the Town Hall Theatre on +353 (0)91 569 777.

Concessions apply to:

Under 18 year olds, students, carers, senior citizens and the unwaged. Proof of eligibility and ID required.


About Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture

Galway is European Capital of Culture in 2020. As one of the largest cultural events in the world the programme comprises over 1,900 events across 154 projects with local national, European and international artists and cultural organisations. From Galway and Ireland’s own such as Druid Theatre Company and Galway International Arts Festival, to well-known international guests such as Margaret Atwood (Canada), Kari Kola (Finland) and Tobias Hutzler (Germany), Galway 2020 promises to deliver a year of thrilling, life-enhancing experiences through culture and the arts. The ambitious programme takes place across the villages, towns, islands and the city of Galway and offers theatre, music and sport, to poetry, film, visual art and much more. In recognition of Ireland’s historic traditions, is based around the four fire seasons of Ireland’s ancient Celtic calendar; Imbolc, Bealtaine, Lughnasa and Samhain.