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Thursday June 8 is set to be the busiest day for Galway auctioneering firm O’Donnellan & Joyce, as it hosts the largest auction ever held in the west of Ireland. Auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan said the team “are busy with final open viewings and enquiries” for their list of more than 80 properties to go under the hammer.
FROM THE sexy to the outrageous, from the traditional to the utterly unclassifiable, the 2017 Galway Burlesque Festival has it all, as burlesque performers from across the world will be strutting their fabulously wonderful stuff in the city next week.
KATIE O'CONNOR, the Kerry born, Galway based singer-songwriter, will launch her new album, Fuel For Dreaming, and play live at Seven, Bridge Street, this weekend.
THE NEW, the old, and the heaviest descend on Galway this weekend for the city's Doom Metal festival, Walpurgis Night VI, with gigs from Graveyard Dirt, Soothsayer, and Genuflection.
A BAND that knows no boundaries between audience and stage, another that just loves guitar riffs, and a third who call themselves "miserable post-hardcore" - play the next FEAST gig.
There were nine food and drink establishments celebrating this week at the Connacht finals of the Irish Restaurant Awards in the Radisson Blu in Sligo. In the overall provincial awards, Café Rua in Castlebar picked up the win in the Best Kids Size Me section. When it came to the Mayo specific awards, Sage in Westport was the winner of 'Best Restaurant', with Johnathan Keane from The Lodge at Ashford winning Best Chef. The Best Gastro Pub award went to Flanagan's Gastro Pub in Claremorris and Bar One in Castlebar was the winner of the Best Casual Dining gong.
Local chef Kevin Stirzaker and his team at Dining Room on Bridge Street, Castlebar, are holding a charity event to benefit the Enable Ireland Safari Club for children with disabilities. Popular publican Mick Byrnes of Byrnes’ pub, will be guest chef for the night under the watchful eye of Kevin and his team. Up to 70 guests will be wined and dined with a specially selected menu over two dinner sittings on Tuesday, at 6.30pm and 9.00pm. Local food and beverage suppliers are also supporting the night.
SCHOOL DAYS have always provided a rich material for stand-up comedians, with the joke usually at the expense of the teacher. However John Caplis has turned the tables to give the teacher’s perspective.
MIRIAM DONOHUE, the Galway born, Dublin based, singer-songwriter will play a hometown gig in Galway this weekend, for the official launch of her critically acclaimed debut album, Paperscapes.
Uniworld has perfected the art of luxury river cruising – the difference is in the detail.