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Paul Brady singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and one of Ireland’s most enduringly popular artists, is appearing at The Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone on June 12.
In the election count of 1991, three new bright councillors were elected onto Galway County Council. They beamed with pride as they marched into their first council meeting at the old Council chamber in the former County Buildings.
A psychopathic rapist who was born in Mayo and who escaped from a life sentence and raped again six months later has been jailed for life at the Central Criminal Court.
Newly appointed OMC President for the Western European Zone (fifteen countries), Maeve O’Healy-Harte has been involved with OMC, the world’s biggest hair and beauty organisation with over 60 member countries, since 1999. In 2008 she was awarded a Gold OMC medal of appreciation from them in Chicago, USA.
THE GREAT folk and trad singer Mary McPartlan will play The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Wednesday September 9 at 9pm.
The National Archives of Ireland (NAI) took family historians by surprise this week by completing the online release of the 1911 census one month earlier than anticipated. As a result, census returns for 32 counties, including the long-awaited County Westmeath records, are now available to view free of charge at www.census.nationalarchives.ie.
FRANKIE GAVIN will lead The New De Dannan in what is sure to prove a wonderful night of superb Irish trad, in the Town Hall Theatre Galway on Monday October 5.
Theatre lovers in the Claregalway Carnmore area are set for a treat next week when Compántas Lir holds its much anticipated Autumn Theatre.