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The year 2016 was a record year for Irish tourism and the Government's investment in reaching out to our Diaspora appears to be paying off.
At Hodson Bay Hotel it is the little touches that allow the team to create the perfect moments for your wedding day to mark the beginning of your life together. As your family and friends raise a glass to you, the dedicated wedding team will ensure no stone is left unturned to provide you with the perfect celebration.
OKLAHOMA WAS recently voted the manliest state in the USA, prompting radio talk show host Joe Cristiano to investigate if the manliest men, in the manliest state in the Union, were willing to discuss their mothers live on air.
A wedding is an extremely special day to remember, and the team at Hotel Clybaun, Knocknacarra, are available to help couples plan an event which will evoke fond memories.
Property: Ivy Cottage, St Joseph’s Road, Portumna, Co Galway
It is that time of year again when The Ardilaun Hotel are busy preparing for another busy wedding event which promises to be bigger and better than ever, where all bride and grooms-to-be and their families can come along free of charge on Sunday November 8 from 2pm to 6pm to see Galway’s favourite wedding venue for themselves. The Ardilaun offers an oasis of calm in private, secluded surroundings for your Special Day, with wedding proposal packages for everyone.
Shearwater Hotel is a beautiful four star modern hotel located on the river Suck in Ballinasloe, County Galway.
MYTH, FAIRYTALES, and folkloric characters who continue to capture the imagination, are the subject of a new exhibition by County Galway artist Kathy Ross, which is currently on show in The Secret Garden, William Street West.
WHEN BRETT Bailey’s theatre installation show Exhibit B was controversially pulled from its scheduled run at London’s Barbican it was because protesters had argued that Bailey’s critique of 19th century ‘human zoos’ and racism was in itself racist, through his use of black actors silently enduring the audience gaze in a series of tableaux vivants.
UNTIL THE outbreak of the WWI, there was a phenomenon known as The Human Zoo, where African tribespeople were put on public display as exhibits and curiosities - under the guise of “ethnological enlightenment” - for the titillation of European and American audiences.