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Base Camp

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"I’m not going to climb it! I told you already, I don’t climb, I climb out of bed in the morning and that’s it. Anyway since when were you pagan?"

Album review: Ty Segall

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ALTHOUGH HIS death is approaching its 40th anniversary, Marc Bolan's influence remains potent for musicians, not within the mainstream, which he dominated from 1971 to 1973, but within indie/alternative.

An Triail returns to Black Box

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AN TRIAIL, the Irish language classic set in 1961, about a young, unmarried, Irishwoman who discovers she is pregnant, returns to the Black Box Theatre next week.

Investment opportunity with full planning permission

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Colleran auctioneers is offering a rare opportunity to acquire a commercial and retail development property in the city centre less than 100 metres from Shop Street. No 24 Middle Street is being sold with full planning permission to demolish and construct a commercial unit on the ground floor and two additional floors overhead with large one bedroom apartments on each floor.   

Let’s shine a light on Galway’s greatness

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NUI Galway Senior Lecturer, boards.ie/adverts.ie Co-Founder, Startup Advisor, ACE Fitness/WestBIC Boards

Inni-K's indie folk @ Monroe's Live

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INNI-K's music, as heard on her debut album The King Has Two Horse’s Ears, is "effervescent folk pop with big slabs of smile-inducing tracks," according to Nialler9.

Galway’s own FanTashtic take on Movember

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While men across the world take part in Movember, Galway is about to run its own, very specific take on the moustache growing charity, in an effort to raise money for local cancer charity Cancer Care West.

Ballinrobe brings Halloween early in 2016

Ballinrobe Musical Society will be bringing Halloween early to town next year with its 2016 production The Addams Family. The hit Broadway show tells the story of the hilariously ghoulish American family with an affinity for all things macabre.

How America hated the Irish exodus

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When Charles Dickens first visited the United States in January 1842, the popularity of his books was such that he was mobbed by adoring crowds, feted and dined as the major celebrity that he undoubtedly was, and was guest of honour at a famous Valentine’s Ball in New York attended by 3,000 of the city’s great and good.

You can’t beat location

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Colleran auctioneers' next auction on November 26 will include properties in some of Galway's most sought after locations. 

 

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