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The g Counter cafe and deli, based in Wellpark Retail Park, caused quite a lot of excitement when it opened back in 2013 and almost instantly found its groove. The pared back, open plan, neighbourhood style café, reminiscent of New York's trendy Meat Packing District, proved popular right from the start. It was our very own Big Apple dining experience without the airfare, offering an exciting mix of food in a casual and contemporary dining space. Next to the back door of the g Hotel and directly across from the Eye Cinema, it scored extra brownie points with its plentiful free parking.
GEFILTE FISH and Chips, the award winning show by theatre maker, songwriter, producer, and broadcaster Daniel Cainer, opens tomorrow in The Cellar Bar, as part of the Galway Fringe Festival.
When a loved one dies children are sometimes unintentionally left out of the grieving process. Families, too shocked and devastated by the passing of a family member, may not even be aware of how much a child is suffering.
SINGER, SONGWRITER, and poet Leonard Cohen will be celebrated in concert, by the English singer, songwriter, and poet, Keith James.
AN ORCHESTRA playing Eastern European folk and a bellydance group will share the stage at Kelly’s Bar tonight from 9pm.
An exciting line up of readings, talks, music and reveling has been announced for the Rolling Sun Book Festival which takes place in Westport from November 15 to 17.
FIDDLER ON The Roof, the much loved musical about a Russian Jewish father and his strong willed daughters, will be staged in Galway next year.
“I LIKE writing. It keeps my mind off grim subjects. It’s therapeutic in the same way a patient in an institution is given fingerpaints,” so said film maker, writer, actor, and playwright Woody Allen in a 2005 interview.
Joe McGann can’t wait to return to Ireland and, as the lead role in the touring production of Fiddler on the Roof, he will have his chance when a seven performance run of the show starts in the brand-new Royal Castlebar Theatre and Event Centre on September 30. “I was supposed to be with the company when we brought Fiddler on the Roof to Killarney in August,” explains Joe, “but I broke my elbow and unfortunately could not make it. We have had a great time touring with the show. We have been in 30 different venues; from my home city of Liverpool to Sunderland, Edinburgh and Manchester. Our tour finishes at the Royal Theatre Castlebar, which I am reliably informed is a wonderful new venue. As a man with a proud Irish heritage, I am delighted to be able to come over to Ireland. My elbow has just now recovered enough to allow me to return to work and it is a great thrill to be able to get back on stage.”
This year’s Kilkenny Musical Society production promises to be as entertaining as any West End or Broadway musical when they present their version of one of the greatest musicals of all-time.