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Curtain up as Athlone Little Theatre season commences

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Athlone Little Theatre opens its season of drama with the classic American tale of love, bitterness and abandonment, The Glass Menagerie.

Dress your windows for summer at Dunne & Nugent

With summer comes the arrival of the bright mornings and evenings, which is lovely, unless of course you are trying to sleep!

Dress your windows for summer at Dunne & Nugent

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With summer comes the arrival of the bright mornings and evenings, which is lovely, unless of course you are trying to sleep!

Dress your windows for the summer with Dunne & Nugent

With summer comes the arrival of the bright mornings and evenings, which is lovely, unless of course you are trying to sleep!

Dunne & Nugent Blinds & Curtains: ‘Let us beautify your home’

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Dunne & Nugent Blinds & Curtains is offering customers up to 25 per cent off top quality blinds, and with new season fabrics in stock, now is the ideal time to pay the store a visit.

Theatre 2016 — from stage to stage

And so the curtain falls on another lively year of Galwaytheatre in which both home-based and visiting companies provided much to savour and, as is the way of things, some misses as well as hits.

Dunne & Nugent Blinds and Curtains: ‘Let us beautify your home’

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Dunne & Nugent Blinds and Curtains is offering massive savings on selected stock instore.

Dunne & Nugent Blinds and Curtains: ‘Let us beautify your home’

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Dunne & Nugent Blinds and Curtains is offering massive savings on selected stock instore.

Dunne & Nugent Blinds and Curtains: ‘Let us beautify your home’

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Dunne & Nugent Blinds and Curtains holds the proud title of being one of the biggest interior curtains and blinds showrooms in Ireland.

Another championship year comes to an end

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The curtain came down on the 2015 football season in quite possibly the worst weather conditions I remember for our showpiece game. I felt sorry for the players, the supporters, the umpires; even the referee was offered a sigh of sympathy. Some of the most sought after seats in Croke Park were all of a sudden not as appealing as they would normally be as they were exposed to the elements, with some supporters not returning after half time. Many people are of the opinion that conditions do not affect the top players and they can adapt to whatever is thrown at them, I beg to differ. Some of the finest exponents of the GAA game were left to look like they were quite literally playing on ice, sliding all over the place, and that the ball was covered in oil. Keeping your feet was almost impossible when you went full throttle, and handling the ball when it was fired at you was as difficult as peeling an orange in your pocket while wearing a pair of boxing gloves. Bernard Brogan, one of the most skilled players on view was the prime example; he spilled up to six balls in the first half alone that he normally would have gobbled up. Let no one tell me players do not mind playing in such conditions.

 

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