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Looking for a hilarious night out with a difference? Roscommon Arts Centre has got just the thing! Join Jason O’Callaghan on Saturday September 19 as he brings the mystical art of hypnosis to the stage in this breathtaking and hilarious show which will amaze and delight audiences.
Three Fitzpatrick sisters from Cloonfad on the Mayo-Roscommon border were celebrating this week after all three of them gave birth to babies on the same day in Mayo General Hospital in Castlebar. The three sisters gave birth to one boy and two girls in a 14 hour period, with Mairead giving birth to Thomás Og at 3.25am, Jolene giving birth to the only girl, baby Sorcha, at 11am, and Bernie giving birth to baby Phelim at 8.30pm. Meanwhile a fourth sister Christina was also due to give birth this week.
Galway perfumer, Cloon Keen Atelier, have been named ‘Best Specialist Shop’ in the annual Irish Times ‘Best Shop Awards’ for their shop on 21a High Street.
Bank of Ireland is calling on all local start-ups to enter the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards 2015 — as the closing date for entries has been extended to Thursday, September 17 This is the second year that the Bank is sponsoring the awards which are open to start-up companies across Ireland.
"SHE'S SINGING at me! She's always singing at me!" the beleaguered and long suffering divorcee Emmet would utter in panic stricken moments whenever Hyacinth Bucket ("it's pronounced 'Bouquet!") crossed his path in the classic sit-com Keeping Up Appearances.
STEPHEN SONDHEIM, one of the greatest songwriters and lyricists of modern times, responsible for 'Send in the Clowns', 'I Feel Pretty' and the Oscar-winning 'Sooner or Later', as well as musicals such as West Side Story and Sweeney Todd, is 85 this year.
DON'T YOU Know Who I Am? the acclaimed rock‘n’roll short film, written and produced by award-winning Galway author Olaf Tyaransen, will be screened at Electric Picnic this Saturday.
SÉAMUS BEGLEY, one of the finest, and most popular of Irish trad musicians, will mark the release of his new album, The Bold KerryMan, with a concert in Monroe’s Live on Tuesday September 22, where he will be joined by guitarist Tim Edey.
Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation is asking you to have a get together next month for this year’s annual coffee morning. Mark Thursday September 17 into your diary to host a coffee morning/day/night with your friends, family, work colleagues or neighbours. If you cannot organise a get together on September 17 then do not worry, you can have it whenever it suits.
Baby Tom Fay from Renmore has been officially announced as Ireland's cutest baby. The Galway Advertiser was contacted by Tom's mother Bronagh earlier this week to inform the paper that her beautiful little boy had been shortlisted to the last 12 in the Irish Sun competition to find Ireland's cutest baby. He was then shortlisted to the final three, and Bronagh was informed last night that a flurry of votes for Tom meant he had been deemed the winner!