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While most people think of dolls as mass-produced Barbie-type artefacts, the creations of Kinvara based dollmaker Helga Pikal are of an entirely different order. Her hand-made, lovingly crafted, dolls present an array of vividly realised characters from world myth and folklore, as well as famous singers and musicians like Keith Richards and Willie Nelson.
Wendy Wu Tours is Ireland's leading award winning China holiday specialist tour operator and a leading specialist tour operator to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand, as well as Japan, India and Sri Lanka, South Africa, and South America.
A documentary, produced in Mayo, will be broadcast on Castlebar Radio station CRCfm on Monday evening, January 29.
The first major modern development in computing was the emergence of the personal computer at the end of the 1970s. Then we saw the creation of the internet at the end of the 1990’ paving the way for the ‘Super Highway’.
Ashwaganda is an ayurvedic herb often referred to as ‘Indian Ginseng’. It is part of the traditional system of healing in India.
Spiced Bearna, which opened in the centre of Barna village last month, is offering delicious authentic Asian dishes bringing together the best culinary traditions from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
Margaretta D’Arcy has donated her papers and those of her late husband and playwright John Arden to NUI Galway. The archive throws new light on two pivotal but under-researched figures of 20th and 21st century Irish and British theatre and also features strongly the activism of both Arden and D’Arcy.
Green Lotus Yoga is once again running its 200 hour foundation teacher training in January 2018 at The Yoga Shala, Gort, Galway. It is also offering a 300-hour advanced training for teachers and a variety of four day CPD trainings in yoga anatomy, yin, inversions, and tantra.
Yes, Dublin won out over Mayo in the women’s GAA final last Sunday, but there were positives to this contest, which makes it different.
POETS FROM Ireland and India ponder questions of home, belonging, identity, exclusion and homogenisation, in a new anthology to be launched in Charlie Byrne's Bookshop.