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A high octane theatrical experience

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THE BLACK Box was packed to the seams on Tuesday evening for the premiere of Enda Walsh’s adaptation of Max Porter’s Grief is the Thing With Feathers, staged by Complicité and Wayward Productions in association with Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival.

Donum Dei - savage sonic fury

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GALWAY IS about to be treated to a unique fusion of hardcore infused, melodic thrash metal - one fed on a diet of vintage Black Sabbath, early Metallica, NWOBHM - when Donum Dei hit town.

Jess Klein - Irish tour starts in Galway

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JESS KLEIN has been called "a songwriter with a voice of unblinking tenacity" by The New York Times, while MOJO said she has “one of those voices you want to crawl up close to the speakers to listen to”.

Laugh Out Proud

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STEVEN SHARPE, singer, songwriter, storyteller, and one of the most exciting talents at work in Galway, is on the bill for the next Laugh Out Proud comedy night in NOVA.

New Spanish courses for beginners starting in April at The Spanish Institute

Spanish courses for beginners start the week of April 10. These eight week courses are designed for those who want to spend their summer holiday in Spain or Latin America and would like to gain some basics of the language.

Having last weekend off could be just the tonic for Mayo

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Only time will tell if Storm Emma, or the Beast from the East, were a blessing in disguise or a burden in the plight of the Mayo footballers' quest to stay in division one of the league.

Treat yourself at Maria Magic Hands

Maria Magic Hands is a complementary beauty therapist and advanced massage therapist, now operating in Leisureland.

Black Panther

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FOLLOWING THE amazing and positive reviews Black Panther, Marvel's latest film, has been receiving, I decided to go and see it for myself, and it is a visually astounding film, very intriguing, and surprisingly deep.

After a week looking on, West finally feels the force of the blizzard

Like fading divas on an operatic stage, it has been a strange, although welcome, feeling this week not be the default centre of attention when it comes to adverse weather in this country. For the best part of two decades now, the west has been the owner of the weather monopoly.

Chris Wise And The Hidden Revolution @ Monroe's Live

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THEY HAVE been called "Manchester's finest emerging talents" by TJEvents, and sound "as if they have something mighty brewing. Who knows how big it could be if they manage to let it out", according to Chris Long at BBC Manchester.

 

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