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THEY COME from Germany, Australia, and France; they are based in Italy; and they are coming to Galway. They are classical group Trio di Parma, who play the Aula Maxima, NUI Galway, on Tuesday March 8 at 8pm.
One of the biggest mosaics of its kind in Europe is to be unveiled during the 12 noon Mass at Our Lady’s Basilica at Knock Shrine this Sunday (February 28). The impressive artwork, measuring 14 metres x 14 metres, is made up of more than 1.5 million individual pieces of mosaic and depicts in great detail the Apparition at Knock in 1879, as described by 15 ordinary villagers who witnessed the extraordinary vision.
Connacht head to Italy this weekend to face Zebre, looking for their 10th Pro !2 victory to maintain their push for Champions Cup rugby.
ROCKABILLY, ROCK, Latin-American grooves, vocal harmonies, and cinematic western scores are combined in the sound of Dublin quartet Mongrel State, who play Monroe’s Live on Friday February 19 at 9pm.
The network of Local Enterprise Offices has unveiled 97 different design and craft businesses, including local businesses, aiming to impress 5,000 buyers visiting the ‘Enterprise Zone’ at Showcase in Dublin later this month.
MODERN FRENCH cinema classic A Prophet, hit Danish rom-com Love Is All You Need, and the new Russian film Single, can all be seen at SUBTITLE, the annual European weekend film festival at the Town Hall Theatre, from Friday January 29 to Sunday 31.
Bankruptcy and prevailing concerns about the Irish economy were the two biggest obstacles preventing Ireland's next generation of would-be entrepreneurs from starting up a business in 2015.
O’Donnellan and Joyce’s next auction which take place tomorrow (Friday) at at 2pm in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, is set to attract the highest numbers of online viewers to date.
THIS SATURDAY, 110th Street, one of Galway's leading clubnights, will celebrate its 17th birthday with a set in The Blue Note, from 8.30pm until late.
One of the great business success stories in Galway has to be the rise and rise of the Sheridan brothers, who began selling cheese from a small stall at the Saturday market, to become a national brand, with products selling in major British food stores, and across the continent.