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WHEN GALWAYWOMAN Charlie O'Sullivan goes for a fun holiday in Italy, finding love is the last thing on her mind, but on her first night in Milan, she meets Roberto.
IN APRIL 1916 Ballaghaderreen-born Frank Shouldice lined out for the Dublin football team in the final of the GAA's Croke Cup. Two weeks later he was fighting for Ireland's freedom.
Sea Gastronomy: Fish and Shellfish of the North Atlantic by Michael O’Meara, published by Artisan House Connemara, has been shortlisted for two accolades in the world’s most prestigious culinary writing awards, the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2016.
OVER THE past decade the Shell To Sea protest campaign against the Corrib Gas project in North Mayo has not only made headlines in Ireland but around the world. In that time numerous artists - musicians, authors and poets - have lent their support to the campaign with an array of songs and writings that tell the stories of the issues and personalities involved with great eloquence and power.
STARTING IN the early seventies and continuing for about 20 years, there was a continuous migration into Galway of extraordinary “blow ins” whose genius and drive transfigured the cultural life of the city.
EILEEN O'MARA Walsh will launch her memoir The Third Daughter: A Retrospective, published by The Lilliput Press, in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, Middle Street, on Thursday October 22 at 6.30pm.
Uachtarán na hÉireann Michael D Higgins and French Ambassador Jean-Pierre Thébault will be the guests of honour next week when the city opens three days of celebration to mark the fortieth anniversary of its twinning arrangement with Lorient in Brittany.
It’s Monday afternoon in Nun’s Island theatre and Decadent director Andrew Flynn is rehearsing a scene from Vernon God Little with actors Jarlath Tivnan, Eilish McCarthy, and Peter Shine.
Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop presents ‘A Politicised Evening of Poetry’ with prominent Welsh poet Mike Jenkins, and Kevin Higgins.