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A night of one acts plays in Loughrea

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A NIGHT of one act plays, by the writers Paul Maher, Barry McKinley, and Stephen Smith, will be performed by the Seumas O’Kelly Players, in the Temperance Hall, Loughrea, next week.

Less than two weeks to Food On The Edge

There are less than two weeks to go to Food On The Edge 2017, Galways’s annual gathering of world-class international chefs, food leaders, and experts, taking place on October 9 and 10.

Gogol Bordello announce Galway concert in December

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GOGOL BORDELLO, who have "defied the boundaries of continents and genres in their quest for spiritual illumination through gypsy punk," according to Consequence of Sound, have announced they will play Galway in December.

Big names for Galway Jazz Festival 2017

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MAJOR JAZZ names such as Arve Henriksen and the Haz'art Trio, among others, play the 2017 Galway Jazz Festival, which runs from Thursday October 5 to Sunday 8.

Niall Connolly - new album, Róisín Dubh show

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NIALL CONNOLLY, “among the most vibrant, poignant, and authentic indie folk artists in New York City", according to folk music magazine No Depression, has released his new album and is touring Ireland this month.

The view from the stands and what drives on the green and red faithful

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Did you ever consider how many miles it would be to fly from Castlebar to Boston? It is very doubtful that sort of random thought came into your head. Do you follow Mayo around the country religiously to every senior game home and away? Well if you’re from Castlebar and take MacHale Park as your starting point for each of those journeys this season, then you will probably have travelled about 120 more miles than it is by air from Castlebar to Boston, by the time you get home from Sunday’s All Ireland final. Crazy as it seems, these are the lengths Mayo fans go to.

The Flying Doc is still fighting fit and backing Mayo

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The Mayo senior football teams of 1950 and 1951 have gone down in both history and folklore among GAA folk the length and breadth of both the county and the country.

Counter culture

The g Counter cafe and deli, based in Wellpark Retail Park, caused quite a lot of excitement when it opened back in 2013 and almost instantly found its groove. The pared back, open plan, neighbourhood style café, reminiscent of New York's trendy Meat Packing District, proved popular right from the start. It was our very own Big Apple dining experience without the airfare, offering an exciting mix of food in a casual and contemporary dining space. Next to the back door of the g Hotel and directly across from the Eye Cinema, it scored extra brownie points with its plentiful free parking.

Celebrate the 2017 festive season with a Christmas party at the iconic Hotel Meyrick, in the heart of Galway city

The g Counter cafe and deli, based in Wellpark Retail Park, caused quite a lot of excitement when it opened back in 2013 and almost instantly found its groove. The pared back, open plan, neighbourhood style café, reminiscent of New York's trendy Meat Packing District, proved popular right from the start. It was our very own Big Apple dining experience without the airfare, offering an exciting mix of food in a casual and contemporary dining space. Next to the back door of the g Hotel and directly across from the Eye Cinema, it scored extra brownie points with its plentiful free parking.

 

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