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No sooner had Ireland’s impressive Euro 2016 campaign come to an end in sweltering Lyon, but I was looking for another bandwagon to hop on. Iceland’s plucky unbeaten run through the group stage had already caught my eye and after their deserved win against England on Monday night it was decided, the Nordic republic would have my full support.
With buckets of live music, a cracking atmosphere, and a plethora of live sport on offer, The Snug Bar is the place to be this coming weekend.
IDENTITY - ONE word but it covers a multitude of aspects within an individual. There is personal identity, political identity, cultural identity, national identity, sexual identity, and, more than ever before, a focus on gender identity that calls into question the idea of gender itself.
Three years after Nissan introduced electric vehicle and battery manufacturing to Europe, the 50,000th European-built Nissan Leaf has rolled off the production line.
Theatre and dance
Cataract is a common cause of visual impairment in the elderly but can also affect a small number of younger individuals.
THE GRUMP, the hilarious Icelandic culture-clash satire, about a stubborn, sour-faced old farmer with a rose-tinted view of the past, will be screened in the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday at 8pm.
Election 2016 saw Galway West do two things it never did before - elect two Independents and, more significantly, elect two women, meaning Independent Catherine Connolly and FG's Hildegarde Naughton, join FF's Máire Geoghegan Quinn, as the only women to ever be returned for the constituency.
A QUARTET of the some of the finest underground metal and dark ambient acts in Ireland - The Bogs Of Aughiska, Soothsayer, Corr Mhóna, and Weed Priest - will gather upstairs in the Róisín Dubh this Saturday from 8pm.
THE BOUNDARIES, borders, and restrictions people impose on themselves and each other is the theme of the Galway Arts Centre's first exhibition of 2016, On the Border between Time and Loss, which opens tomorrow.