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The Meyrick has long had a special place in the hearts of the people of Galway. Known as the Railway Hotel when it opened in 1852, and later as the Great Southern Hotel, this stately showpiece looms large over Eyre Square. In 2006 it was renamed the Hotel Meyrick in order to maintain a link to its historical background, as Eyre Square was once named Meyrick Square. The hotel then underwent a refurbishment programme intended to reinstate the grandeur and elegance of its 19th century heyday, marble flooring, high ceilings, chandeliers and rich fabrics all contribute to re-creating the grandeur of old.
Soak up the atmosphere of summer in Galway at the Gaslight Bar & Brasserie at Hotel Meyrick. One of Galway’s most sought after venues open seven days a week, the Gaslight is situated in the heart of the city with sweeping views over Eyre Square.
Theatrical Niche Ltd, a theatre company based in Kent, are touring the UK and Ireland this summer with their production of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll’s House.
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.
As we spring into 2018 in Galway, the days are slowly getting longer and there has never been a better time to plan your next company night out. The popular Gaslight Bar & Brasserie is the perfect venue for group events and entertaining visiting friends, clients, or colleagues.
This autumn and winter warm up your nights with a wide range of parties and options at the Gaslight Bar & Brasserie. One of Galway’s most sought after dining and party venues open seven days a week, the Gaslight has an unrivalled location, situated in Hotel Meyrick in the heart of the city, with sweeping views over Eyre Square.
Soak up the atmosphere of summer this Galway at the Gaslight Bar and Brasserie at Hotel Meyrick.
A new season sees the introduction of summer menus at the city centre Gaslight Bar and Brasserie.
"IRISH-LANGUAGE psych-rock noise from outer space" is how Donegal band Tuath describe themselves, and Galway will see and hear why when they play the next FEAST gig at the Róisín Dubh.
"WE WANT our records to be punchy, lean, and blazing. Straight in, no kissing." So declare Dublin grunge-pop/garage rock band Otherkin who The Independent call "a big mass of energy...who write hugely infectious tracks".