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Mary Black plays Town Hall this weekend

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MARY BLACK makes a welcome return to Galway and will play the city's Town Hall Theatre this Saturday, May 5, at 8pm, singing the songs of Jimmy McCarthy.

Macbeth to be screened at The Eye

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MACBETH, SHAKESPEARE'S dark and violent drama of political ambition, betrayal, murder, assassination, corruption, and greed, is being staged by Britain's National Theatre, and will be broadcast live to The Eye Cinema.

Film review: Avengers: Infinity War

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FINALLY, IT'S here, has already broken records, and has the chance to be the highest grossing blockbuster of all time, finally surpassing 1997's Titanic. This is a movie that is easy to take for granted, but the scale of the story telling is a lot more impressive than any of the CGI.

Win tickets to Deirdre O’Kane’s latest show

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The new stand-up comedy show from comedian and actress Deirdre O'Kane visits the Radisson Hotel on Friday, April 27.

Clarin College annual colour run to raise funds for JIGSAW

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The annual colour run is returning to Clarin College Athenry, with this year’s event expected to be bigger and better than ever.

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56-year-old Robert Orr knows all about the unpredictability of life. Everything changed for the Glasgow native who has lived in Connemara for the past 14 years when he went blind in 2012 as a result of glaucoma.

Preview screening of new French film at the Pálás

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THE MARVELLOUS Juliette Binoche stars in Let The Sunshine In, the French film that will open the new Galway Film Society season and mark the society's move from the Town Hall Theatre to the Pálás Cinema.

Two bed apartment in an ideal location

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Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 3 Sancta Maria House for sale by private treaty. This lovely two bedroom apartment is located within minutes of Galway city centre.

A home from home with Collerans

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Finding an apartment to call home can be difficult - many were constructed for investment and in large developments where nobody knows their neighbour.

All For The Love of Mammy at Dean Crowe

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Margaret McKenna Mullan is back in The Dean Crowe Theatre for one night only on Thursday, March 22, with her play, All For The Love Of Mammy.

 

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