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THE OVER The Edge readings will celebrate its seventh birthday on Thursday January 21 with a reading by the poet David Wheatley in the Galway City Library.
This light-hearted, reminiscent play Makem and Clancy are Coming tells the story of two middle-aged brothers living in a small sea-side village in Ireland in the 1970’s. Like most siblings their characters couldn’t be more different – Peter McCormack (played by Tony Varley) oozes sensitivity with a poetic approach to life whilst Michael, his brother (played by Liam MacNamara) prefers to use his quick wit with the bluntness of a sledgehammer!
A leading west of Ireland musical society has launched a novel search for as many Grace O’Malleys as it can find – and it’s all to do with its forthcoming show about the legendary pirate queen of the same name.
Guided tour of Jack B Yeats and the West of Ireland at Ballina Arts Centre
Ballina Fine Gael councillor Michelle Mulherin is to become a full member of the Committee of Regions. This is a committee of the European Union which has to be consulted by the European Commission and the EU Council in regard to matters of local and regional authorities.
The Fine Gael party recently recognised the life-long service of Paddy Cannon, Westport Road, Castlebar, to the Fine Gael organisation. Mr Cannon was presented with a commemorative Michael Collins photograph to mark the occasion at the recent annual general meeting of the Henry Kenny, Castlebar, Fine Gael Branch. At the meeting, Mr Cannon was also elected to the position of honorary president for the local Fine Gael branch.