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WIDOWS, THE latest film from British director Steve McQueen, is the last thing I expected from him. In fact when I heard his next project was based on a 1980s TV show, I was slightly concerned.
Hotbuckle Theatre Company return to Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday, October 9 at 8pm, bringing their inventiveness, humour and unique magic to Charlotte Brontë’s compelling tale Jane Eyre.
The newly crowned Rose of Tralee, Kirsten Mate Maher, collected her new Kia Ceed, which she has full use of during her year as the Rose of Tralee.
Now that the Autumn Equinox has passed and it’s absolutely, officially, positively autumn, it’s time to take stock of this summer, or this growing season in the garden, and decide what worked for you and what didn’t. If nothing at all worked and it’s time for a redesign, you know where to find me. (Hint – look at the top of the page). If it was mostly a good year though, and you’re happy with things in general, now’s a good time to plan a few tweaks.
Soak up the atmosphere of Galway at the Gaslight Bar & Brasserie. One of the city's most sought after party venues open seven days a week, the Gaslight is situated in the Hotel Meyrick with sweeping views over Eyre Square.
None of them were even born when the accident took place in Chernobyl 32 years ago this April.
Minister of State for the Office of Public Works (OPW), Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran visited Scotland last week and took in a range of briefings concerning flood risk management, the protection of historic sites and the encouragement of young people into developing a love for heritage.
The hunt for elusive tickets for Sunday’s mouthwatering All-Ireland senior final has intensified in the last few days as fans clamour to be at what many expect to be the most attractively paired hurling final in years.
Longford-Westmeath TD and Minister of State for the Office of Public Works, Kevin “Boxer” Moran, has backed calls for increases in the State pension in the forthcoming October budget.
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.