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A Westmeath resident and his brother, who left a man brain-damaged after jumping on his head and kicking it after drink had been accidentally spilled during St Patrick’s Day celebrations, have been jailed.
The students of Ballinrobe Community School are busily preparing for their annual school musical. This year the Transition Year students ably assisted by the second year choir are staging that timeless musical The Sound of Music. The story of Maria and the Von Trapp family is told through songs such as “My Favourite Things”, “Do – Re – Mi” and “Edelweiss”, just to mention a few.
This month enjoy a collection of works from the Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Ballycastle or a movie from one of Andrei Tarkovsky’s acclaimed works at the Ballina Arts Centre.
Beacon – works from the Ballinglen Arts Foundation at Ballina Arts Centre
NO OTHER composer has been so often quoted, written about, adopted for political and revolutionary causes (ranging from Marxism to fascism) and painted, but who was the real Beethoven? Who was the man behind the romantic image of the tortured artist with the unruly hair, unhinged personality, and furrowed brow?
GALWAY’S SECOND annual theatre festival takes place from October 20 to 25 and details of this year’s programme were announced at its press launch recently in Massimo’s Bar.
Tom Cullivan, one of Ireland’s finest classical composers, and a long-term resident of Furbo, recently premièred his piano piece ‘Fáilte Uí Cheallaigh’ for Prince Albert II of Monaco.