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Rhetoric and reporting as the season draws on

“There’s a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in” - Leonard Cohen.

Athlone Guide leader thanked for 50 years service to Guiding

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A Glasson Guide leader was thanked for 50 years service to Guiding during Irish Girl Guides’ recent west and central Midlands regional conference.

Horgan called up to Ireland squad

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Galway city native Daryl Horgan has been called up to the Ireland squad for the World Cup qualifier against Austria in Vienna in November 13.

Lots to see and do at Baboró this weekend

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The 20th Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, Ireland’s flagship festival for children and families, has been under way all week and there is still plenty to catch this weekend. Festival organisers are encouraging families to make a day of it and to enjoy the full Baboró experience which includes shows, workshops, and free exhibitions.

Ten things you didn’t know about the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Comedians

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The Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway kicks off on Tuesday the 25th of October and runs until Monday the 31st. Get to know the perfomers a little bit better with these:

Andrew Maxwell is heading to Westport

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This autumn Andrew Maxwell is back in Ireland with a new show and Irish Tour “Yo Contraire”, having performed it to sell out crowds at festivals in Edinburgh and Australia.

Baboró children's festival line-up unveiled

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AUTUMN IS upon us once more, season of mist and mellow fruitfulness...and Baboró. Details of this year’s festival were unveiled at a packed reception in Il Vicolo on Monday evening and October will see Baboró embark on a fantastical journey of flying suitcases, dancing feet, vanishing queens, wild adventures, curious giants and toe-tapping tunes.

Vikings v the Irish in epic Russian drama

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GONDLA, AN epic tale of strife, poetry and revenge, between an Irish prince and the native Icelandic nobles, and set in ninth century Iceland, comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Friday August 19 and Saturday 20 at 8pm.

Play, lady, play – the Galway Early Music festival is all about women

The Galway Early Music Festival, May 12-15 puts women to the fore in an imaginative programme for 2016, highlighting women as musicians, composers, patrons of medieval, renaissance and baroque music.

Until April @ The Loft

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UNTIL APRIL - the indie/electro collaboration between vocalist David Owens drummer Alan Walsh - play The Loft at Seven, Bridge Street, on Saturday, in one of their final Irish shows ahead of their European tour.

 

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