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Hailing from ‘The Rebel County’, Chris Kent gave up the day job as an electrician to pursue his calling in comedy. He emerged onto the Irish comedy scene in 2009 after winning the Bulmers Nuttin’ But Funny competition.
Public toilets at Rinville Park, Oranmore, must be opened at weekends to facilitate the large number of visitors during this time, according to Independent county councillor. Jim Cuddy.
Have you ever wanted to dance but not known where to start? Are you tired of going to weddings or country music events and not being able to dance? Well worry no more because County Galway native Niall Doorhy is back with a four-week jive course in Loughnane and Quinn Memorial Hall, Labane, on Sunday January 21.
Every bride who starts planning her wedding, dreams of a very special and unique day. The greatest dream for any couple is that all of their guests are happy and that they enjoy themselves as much as possible. Check out these five details that will make your wedding unique.
Bergen Belsen Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental was in Galway this week for a special screening in The Eye Cinema of “Condemned to Remember”, a documentary inspired by his experiences as a child during the war.
The Dacia Duster Commercial 4x4 has retained its grip on the Best 4x4 Van category at the What Van? Awards 2018, winning the honour for the third consecutive year at a presentation ceremony in London.
Roscommon Arts Centre will launch its 2018 theatre season with the hilarious Looking Deadly on January 19 at 8pm.
U.M.A.N - an acronym for U. Must. Act. Now - and the stage name of Irish soul singer and songwriter Brian Flanagan, play the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
The Galway International Arts Festival and Druid Theatre Company are strong contenders at this year's Irish Times Theatre Awards, with both being nominated in a variety of categories.