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Galway’s Indian community will celebrate the 69th Indian Independence Day on Saturday.
Galway’s festival scene is about to go all spiritual with a Hare Krishna festival.Well known all over the world for their shaven heads, bright saffron robes, for giving out free food and their famous mantra, the event is expected to see hundreds attend.
As an innovator since 1898, Renault says it has constantly sought to pioneer new ideas, question conventional thinking, and reinvent the way we use cars.
TOM BAXTER'S "commitment to songwriting could inspire the lovelorn and unjade the jaded’……it’s our good fortune that Baxter abides by his own rules and that’s what helps to make his records a genuine event."
NUI Galway will host a major international conference on ‘Interculturalism and Performance Now: New Directions?’ from 10-11 April. The conference will feature leading scholars in intercultural theatre and performance studies from Australia, Canada, the United States, the UK and Turkey.
As the Great Famine strengthened its fearsome grip on Ireland in the late 1840s and early 1850s, the people were doubly unfortunate that Charles Trevelyan, the Assistant Secretary to the British Treasury, had responsibility for Irish Famine relief.
BEHIND THE Beautiful Forevers, based on the work of Pulitzer Prize-winner Katherine Boo, will be screened live via satellite to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.
CLASSICAL, FOLK, and sacred music from across Europe will be performed by Cork choir CanTúr tomorrow at 8pm in the Augustinian Church.
On June 12 1922 a very special ceremony took place at Windsor Castle, near London. Following the establishment of the Irish Free State the previous December, five Irish regiments, including the Connaught Rangers, the Royal Irish, the Leinsters, the Munsters, and the Dublin Fusiliers, which had served the British army with exceptional valour at times, were disbanded. It was a day of special significance for both the participants and onlookers.
SCOTTISH HIGHLAND folk noir balladeer Rachel Sermanni and the award winning Canadian singer-songwriter Tom Terrell play the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 8pm.