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Sculpting and Film Fleadh TV courses on offer

Greasán na Meán Skillnet is accepting applications for two upcoming courses - character sculpting and Galway Film Fleadh TV.

Shaken, not stirred — Minister’s delight that man with Galway roots will direct next Bond movie

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Minister for the Diaspora and International Development Ciaran Cannon has expressed his delight that renowned film-director Danny Boyle, who has strong family roots in East Galway, has been chosen to direct the next instalment in the James Bond franchise.

Mary Black plays Town Hall this weekend

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MARY BLACK makes a welcome return to Galway and will play the city's Town Hall Theatre this Saturday, May 5, at 8pm, singing the songs of Jimmy McCarthy.

Galway Rose and Rose of Tralee touched by moving trip

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None of them were even born when the accident took place in Chernobyl 32 years ago this April.

Madness to play Festival Big Top

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MADNESS, THE British ska-pop legends who lit up the British charts in the 1980s with 'Baggy Trousers', 'Houser Of Fun', 'It Must Be Love', and 'Our House', and who remain a much loved institution and concert draw, will play Galway this summer.

Galway film Sanctuary wows London critics

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IT HAS been a particularly happy festive period for everyone connected with Galway’s Blue Teapot Theatre Company and its award-winning film Sanctuary, which has been getting rave reviews in Britain.

Rogers goes clear to win Claregalway's 30th race

Kenneth Rogers of St Johns AC in Clare won the 30th edition of the annual Claregalway 10k Road Race.

Bronagh Gallagher to play Monroe's Live

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AS AN actor she has appeared in The Commitments, Pulp Fiction, Grabbers, Shooting For Socrates, and You, Me, and The Apocalypse. She is also a powerful blue-eyed soul singer, and as The Irish Times said, you, "overlook her musical career at your peril".

The D&I Dramatic Society

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The Dominican and Ignatian Dramatic Society (known as the D&I) was set up by Fr Peadar Feeney SJ in the late 1950s. Most of the members were past pupils of St Ignatius’ College or The Dominican Convent, Taylor’s Hill. They staged a play every year for several years with any profits accruing going to the two school funds.

Attractive apartment in a superb location

Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 4 Cuan na Coille to the market for sale by private treaty. This is an attractive own door apartment with private patio located in a mature, settled, development. Built by Brennan Builders circa mid 1990s, it is located on the corner of Kingston Road and Threadneedle Road.

 

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