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Branar Téatar do Pháistí will present Maloney’s Dream/Brionglóid Maloney, a theatre show for children, as part of its 1916 commemoration programme at the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar.
SET DURING Easter Week 1916, Maloney’s Dream, the exciting new show for children from Galway-based theatre company Branar Téatar Do Pháistí, receives its world premiere at the Town Hall Theatre, with performances from Wednesday April 6 to Saturday 9.
Walkers and joggers/runners of all ages and abilities are being urged to step it out for multiple sclerosis on Easter Monday at Salthill Promenade.
A Garden of Remembrance is being created in Shantalla to honour the men and women of the 1916 Rising. Phase one of the project will be officially opened on Easter Monday, March 28, at 4pm.
Good news for Coole Park lovers is that the Coole Park Visitor Centre is now open again after the winter floods — opening hours are 10am to 5pm daily. Last entry to Visitor Centre is at 4.45pm. and the park gates close at 6pm.
This Easter Monday at 10am the Nephin Beggars Hill Walking group and the Wild Nephin Mountains Group will be taking a trip back in time to May 1921 to the aftermath of the Kilmeanna ambush where Michael Kilroy's West Mayo flying column retreated to the safety of the Nephin mountains after an attack on a large force of British soldiers.
A ‘chocolate themed afternoon tea’ and the 1916 Rising will both make their way into this year’s Galway Food Festival with two special events taking place at the Ardilaun Hotel.
ONE OF the most striking personalities in the 1916 Rising was Constance Markievicz, the Anglo-Irish aristocrat who became a militant nationalist and was among the rebels who fought in the vicinity of St Stephen’s Green.
I have written before about a terrifying night in Galway when the Black and Tans went berserk following an incident at Galway railway station on September 8 1920. A drunken Tan, Edward Krumm, confronted the crowd of passengers as they emerged from the train. He produced a pistol and began to fire into the air, causing widespread panic. Séan Mulvoy jumped on his back but Krumm managed to shoot him as they fell to the ground. In turn a man stepped from the crowd and shot Krumm dead.