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Ultan Conlon - ‘Songwriting is the way I express myself’

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His music has been played on RTÉ, Today FM, the BBC, and regional stations throughout Ireland. His albums have been acclaimed by music critics and bloggers. The video for his most recent single features Barry Ward, an emerging name in Irish film.

Galway meets art - today

GALWAY MEETS Art, a new venture designed to introduce people to the visual arts and as a way for artists to engage with the public, will be launched this evening at 6pm.

Dancehall days - Jimmy’s Hall and sinful dancing

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KEN LOACH, the acclaimed British film-maker and director of The Wind The Shakes The Barley, returns to Ireland for his latest film - Jimmy’s Hall.

Galway-set Songs For Amy hits the big screen

THIS WEEKEND sees the big-screen release of Sonny and Skye production’s romantic comedy, Songs For Amy, much of which was filmed in and around Galway city and county.

Large number of Mayo boxers take part in cadet championships

Eight clubs in Mayo entered 17 boxers into the National Senior Cadet championships for 14-year-old and 15-year-old boxers. The competition was held in the National Stadium over three days last weekend. The IABA will be using these championships as part of their selection process for the European Junior Championships in Russia this summer.

The Plough and The Stars

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IF YOU are in or near Limerick and are interested in theatre generally or Sean O’Casey in particular, then a new staging of The Plough and The Stars should be worth seeing.

Galway to feature in new film Seven Songs For Amy

GALWAY WILL be one of the main locations for shooting the film, Seven Songs For Amy, which will be directed by BAFTA nominee Konrad Begg, and feature Patrick Bergin and Galway’s Aindrias de Staic.

Probation report ordered on man who spat at gardaí and said he'd give them Aids

A 19-year-old Cong man who had a serious cocaine and alcohol problem was warned this week at Claremorris District Court that only a very good probation report would stop a judge imposing a prison sentence on him.

Flann O’Brien’s Slattery’s Sago Saga comes to Town Hall

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ONE OF the highlights of the Town Hall Theatre’s current season takes place next week with Performance Corporation’s uproarious staging of Flann O’Brien’s unfinished comic novel Slattery’s Sago Saga, adapted by Arthur Riordain.

 

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