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The cameras filming the latest adventures of Jack Taylor will be back on the streets of Galway inside the next month and the makers are offering interested locals parts in the TV series which has been seen right across the globe.
Last Friday morning I was sitting in the newsroom of the Galway Advertiser when I received a phone call from a very distressed lady. The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, had been in town with her elderly mother the previous day. Her mother, who was recently bereaved having lost her husband a month ago, went to the post office to withdraw her Christmas pension payment. The elderly woman lost the money at some stage on Thursday and was understandably extremely upset.
When leading musician and Preda advocate Damien Dempsey proposed the idea of a nationwide song competition for primary and secondary school students not even he realised the passion for music and justice that exists among the youth of Ireland. When he heard the winning song by a young Galway songwriter, he was blown away by the sincerity and emotion of the writing.
The Aidan Heavey Public Library, Athlone is delighted to play host to an exhibition of posters from undergraduate students of Graphic Design at AIT. The students’ brief was to create a campaign to build public awareness of the service provided by Midlands Living Links and to encourage those who may need help to make the call to (086) 1600641.
Written and presented by Jean Farrell, The Six Marys has been performed in theatres all over Ireland since its first appearance in Athlone three years ago. Many people have come to see it a second and even a third time!
AND THEY Flew IV, the annual exhibition by students of Galway artist Denise Hogan, opens in the Renzo Café, Eyre Street, this Saturday at 7.30pm and runs until January 10.
HANS CHRISTIAN Andersen’s classic story, The Snow Queen, gets a daring modern makeover from Galway Actors Workshop in a new production at the Town Hall studio from Wednesday December 9 to Saturday 12 at 8.30pm.
It is fashionable to be Independent at the moment, but given the record of Independents nationally and locally, Insider is not exactly sure why. True, political parties are not that popular right now, and Independents do not have to carry that baggage, but what have they ever actually done? What is their purpose?
Cake designer Tanya Ross of Novel-T Cakes, based in Moate, has been awarded international recognition for two of her creations.
The Prince Bar have a whopper of a music line-up for the month of December! They will be welcoming some top local bands and also a number of great national bands from all corners of Ireland.