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Relive your youth and help Gort charity

Fancy reliving your youth and helping raise funds for a good cause at the same time? If so, Gort Cancer Support Group’s fundraiser at Sullivan’s Hotel, Gort on Friday February 13 at 10pm may appeal.

Zhivago offers ready made sets for St Valentine’s Day

The staff of Zhivago Shop St have been busy preparing for February 14 with exciting new gifts and cards to entice every romantic soul.

I'm letting you know in plenty of time this time!

Red Lizard Productions are holding a fundraising table quiz in Con's on Thursday, February 19 at 8pm.

Watchmen treats at the Eye Cinema

REGARDED AS the greatest graphic novel of all time, Alan Moore’s Watchmen will finally reach the big screen this Friday.

Literary dolmens

SLOWLY BUT surely the men and women e writings made Ireland one of the greater global cultural centres from the 1960s to the 1990s are gradually passing on.

Marina Carr’s Woman and Scarecrow at the Town Hall

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“Why didn’t I have more sex when I could have?”

Poetry My Arse

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POETRY MY Arse, an eclectic mix of poetry and satirical song, designed to touch on raw nerves, slaughter sacred cows, and make you laugh, is coming to Galway.

Experience the joy of Animaland at Zhivago

Zhivago Shop Street are pleased to introduce Animaland to Galway and to the west. With 650 locations worldwide, Zhivago felt it was high time the people of Galway had the opportunity to experience the magic of creating a collectable animal, a friend for life.

Women and Scarecrow in Castlebar

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Prime Cut’s vibrant production of Marina Carr’s powerful and darkly comic Woman and Scarecrow will take in the Linenhall Arts Centre on Monday March 23 as part of a whirlwind national tour that has been taking critics by storm. Linenhall director Marie Farrell says: “We are delighted to host such a prestigious production of this wonderful play. It will be a great opportunity for people to see the very best of Irish theatre here in Castlebar.”

Ailbhe proves to be the wily Coyote in factor win

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And there was one. The lights went down, the name was called out and in the early hours of last Friday morning, after 3,000 people had sung their way through the heats; after thousands of people had made their way through the doors of Coyotes on Forster Street, after so many hopes and aspirations were raised and dashed, one dream was realised and it belonged to Ailbhe Hession, who ended the night clutching a big fun-sized €10,000 cheque.

 

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