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THE EVER popular works of Dr Seuss are celebrated in the musical Seussical which runs at the Town Hall next week, in a production directed by Association of Irish Musical Society award winners Brian Power and Seán Power, with AIMS award winner musical direction by Shane Farrell, and choreographers Katie Upton and Declan Gardiner.
SEUSSICAL, THE musical inspired by the extraordinary characters and wonderful stories from the imagination of Dr Seuss, comes to the Town Hall Theatre from August 12 to 16.
The HSE is struggling to recruit a GP for Bangor Erris.
Mayo General Hospital hopes to launch a new ‘befriending’ service on its wards, which will see volunteers visiting patients in an effort to offset the loneliness and worry some people can experience during a hospital stay.
The rising of 1798, the French landing at Kilcummin Bay, and General Humbert’s famous victory over the British at the Races of Castlebar, is to be relived in an extravagant outdoor display of music and dance to mark Mayo Day in Castlebar on May 2.
A call is being made for all existing and former Post and Telegraph employees to get together in a reunion. P&T (Post, Telecom Eireann, Eircom, existing or former staff and their spouses) are holding a reunion function in the Salthill Hotel, Salthill, Galway on April 24 at 7.30 pm.
Almost 10,000 people in Mayo are being prescribed anti-depressants and anxiety pills under the General Medical Services Scheme, a new report has shown.
Current proposals for the N6 Galway City Transport Project have proven divisive but two groups of people will be firmly united in support of the plans - lawyers and consultants.
This photograph of a group of postmen was taken on December 17 1928 outside the General Post Office in Eglinton Street. The sorting office was inside the double gate, as was the long narrow passage that brought one into the back of the post office. The car in the background was a Model T. Notice the cobbled footpath.
FROM 1940 to 1944 France was occupied by Nazi Germany, and this tragic period is the setting for Franco-German film Diplomacy which screens in Galway this weekend.