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The Forster Court Hotel may only have opened the Friday before race week, but with its recent refurbishments and perfect location just steps from Eyre Square and minutes from Shop Street, has meant it has already been home to a number of very well-known faces.
Despite strong opposition from both city and county councillors, there are widespread fears the Minister for Local Government Eoghan Murphy will proceed with the controversial proposal to merge the Galway city and county councils.
Supermac’s has announced this week that it is the new sponsors of The Marty Squad on RTÉ Radio 1. The show which returned to RTÉ Radio 1 on Sunday June 11 will air 6-7pm each Sunday.The Marty Squad, presented by Marty Morrissey and Brenda O’ Donoghue, takes a look at the weekend’s GAA action with guests and analysis. The show will travel across the country with outside broadcasts planned throughout the summer.
Christina Dillon from Me2UFitness is teaming up with Shirley Tutty, a wellness, beauty, and transformational coach, and nature therapist, to deliver a dynamic evening on June 13 in the SCCUL Enterprise Centre in Ballybane from 7pm to 9pm.
AMELIA CURRAN, the Juno Award winning singer, songwriter, activist, and mental health advocate, makes a return visit to Galway, to play Monroe's Backstage Bar on Saturday June 24 at 7pm.
Fresh from the success of his award-winning show, Selfie, Pat Shortt returns with a brand new show called How’s Tings? In a night of music and mayhem, Ireland’s most popular comedian explores all sorts of tings.
ST PETERSBURG, Russia, 1861. A young man commits a violent murder in cold blood. He considers himself a Napoleon, acting for a higher purpose. Confronted with the seriousness of his crime, only the prostitute Sonja, offers redemption.
Age Action, Ireland’s leading advocacy organisation for older people, has urged people in Galway to make submissions to the Citizens’ Assembly, which will now consider t he challenges and opportunities of an ageing population.
SEAN NÓS singer Lasairfhíona Ní Chonaola, "a pure breath of everything that is beautiful about Ireland", according to the BBC Folk & Acoustic Reviews, is to sing at the Cúirt International Festival of Literature.