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He is originally from Youghal, and now resides in France, but it was while living in Galway that Adam White first discovered his poetic voice at The Crane Bar, and he discovered true romance on Inishbofin.
Introduce elegant opulence into your home this spring, with the luxe revival trend from Marks & Spencer.
Luan Gallery has opened its winter 2016 exhibition to great aplomb. Without the Words is a group touring exhibition featuring the works of Illustrators Ireland members and is a celebration of the brightest talents of Irish illustration today.
CREATOR OF some of the most bizarre and terrifying images ever put to canvas, Hieronymus Bosch stands as one of the most singular of all European artists, whose work profoundly influenced surrealism and continues to fascinate today.
King Lear will be broadcast live from the RSC Stratford Upon Avon on October 12 at 7pm.
It is wonderful to see so many Galway woman thriving in the world of fashion, and milliner and jewellery designer Brid O’Driscoll is another steadily making a name for herself in the business. She has been building a widespread client base since 2010, designing hats, headpieces, and neckpieces for mothers-of-the-bride and groom, wedding guests, and race goers among others.
TWENTY YEARS to the day after its premiere, Enda Walsh’s iconic play Disco Pigs arrived at the Town Hall this week in a new production jointly staged by Reading Rep and Nick Thompson Productions from London. The show was helmed by Cathal Cleary, who was formerly based in Galway, and is now making his way successfully as an up and coming director in London.
VIVA, A Spanish-language, Irish made, film, set in Cuba, directed by Paddy Breathnach and written by Mark O'Halloran, is this weekend's screening from the Galway Film Society.
Water Babies' autumn term starts the week of August 24 and the company is now taking bookings for classes. Classes take place in Galway in the Clayton Hotel, Salthill, Claregalway, Athenry, and Enable Ireland in Newcastle.
IN LATE 1975, Led Zeppelin found themselves with just 18 days to record the follow-up to Physical Graffiti. The Rolling Stones were due at Musicland Studios in Munich, meaning Zep, despite their status as 'biggest band in the world', had to record the album and get out - quick.