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Angela Scanlon, well-known Irish broadcaster, recently launched Panadol’s ‘This is what we’re made of’ campaign, a celebration of the unique formula that makes Ireland so different.
THE MAD Craic Comedy Show, The Stock Exchange Bar's comedy club, runs every Saturday, and this weekend will have stand-up from Donal Vaughan, with support from Conor Murray, John Kelly, and Ross McCarthy.
Friday 3rd of November 2017: The Junior Galway Film Fleadh has announced an exciting, engaging and inspiring programme of cinematic events for the young people of Galway for this November. One of the big themes of this year’s festival is Science and Cinema.
SALT Restaurant & Bar has become the new hot spot in Galway, having quickly established a reputation for fine food, creative cocktails and enchanting entertainment. This month, the team at SALT will be celebrating Halloween in style with a Fancy Dress Dinner Party on Bank Holiday Sunday night, October 29, and it looks set to be an event you definitely won’t want to miss.
GALWEGIANS AGED between eight and 16, who have an idea for a film, TV series, documentary, web series, video game, or animation, are being asked to submit a pitch for the 2017 Junior Film Fleadh Story Pitching Competition.
Mayo’s most anticipated food festival finishes off a busy summer calendar of festivals and events in the county with a weekend menu of wild Atlantic seafood foraging, outdoor cooking demos, children's cooking classes, craft beer brewing, and Ballina’s own whiskey and poitin distilling as part of this year’s Food Fleadh Ballina 2017 celebrations.
An Aran jumper from the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, at Turlough Park, Castlebar, is set to feature in a major new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, opening this autumn to explore 111 of the most iconic fashion garments and accessories over the last century.
Celtic Flames present their spectacular show of music, song and dance in The Town Hall, Westport on Saturday, August 12 at 8pm. Celtic Flames is an exciting 24 piece mixed music group, based in Galway and ranging in ages from six to 60, who play and perform a quality eclectic mix of traditional Irish music, song and dance fused with a more contemporary idiom. Formed originally as a ten piece group in 2011, it has grown to include the top young talent to emerge from the west of Ireland in recent years and their mission is to entertain.
CELTIC FOLK-Metal, Trash Metal, Groove Metal, and alternative rock will sound loud and dangerous when Na Cruithne, Snowblind, Afterlife To Ashes, and Sixth Extinction, play The Cellar Bar.
IN HIS first official engagement as Mayor of Galway, Pearce Flannery told the launch of the 29th Galway Film Fleadh, how, as a boy in Ballinasloe, he and his friends were thrilled to be cast as extras in the 1971 movie, Flight Of The Doves.