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Public lecture on the Irish Citizen Army

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'We serve neither King nor Kaiser, but Ireland,’ so ran the famous declaration of the Irish Citizen Army, formed by James Connolly, James Larkin, and Jack White, and which took part in the revolutionary events of 1913-23.

Patrick Lafcadio Hearn - the Irishman who loved Japan

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PATRICK LAFCADIO Hearn is the most famous Irishman you have never heard of, but for people in Japan he is an Irish writer whose stature is rivaled only by WB Yeats and James Joyce - and Galway is about to become aware of him through a celebration of his life and work in the city.

Galway woman making waves at Primark in Germany as one of company’s youngest managers

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King began her career with Penneys only four short years ago and the ambitious 26-year-old has now progressed to become one of the company’s youngest store managers. What makes her story all the more remarkable is that she manages the Primark store in Weiterstadt, Germany - despite not having a word of German until she moved there two and a half years ago. 

Radikal Guru - reggae and dub @ The Loft

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ONE OF the brightest lights of the roots-influenced underground in recent years, Poland's Mateusz Miller, has pioneered a compelling and unique fusion of sounds that encompasses dub, reggae, and dubstep under his Radikal Guru moniker.

Damian Clark; stolen phones, rude pics, and laughs galore

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AMONG THE posse of cool comics riding into Galway for the Vodafone Comedy Carnival is acclaimed Aussie gagmeister, Damian ‘Damo’ Clark with his new show, Grand Theft Damo. Originally from Perth, Damian has been based in Britain for the past three years, following a stint living in Ireland, and has been delighting audiences and critics with his infectious energy and rambunctious routines.

'Performance is very emotional, it's human expression'

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FINGHIN COLLINS may declare himself "a musician first and then a pianist", but there is no doubting either his magnificent as a player, or his view of the piano being "a very complete instrument", as he will display in his upcoming Galway concert. Yet his love of, and interest in, other instruments, is genuine, particularly one that is somewhat under appreciated in classical music - the voice.

€1,250,000 new store launch sale continues at Furniture Connexions

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To mark the reopening of their brand new flagship store in Briarhill Business Park, Galway, Furniture Connexions have extended their special launch sale this weekend for three days only starting on Friday at 10am.

Irish comedy favourites for Vodafone Comedy Carnival

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ALL THREE Dylan Moran shows at the Black Box Theatre have sold out, as has Nina Conti’s Town Hall show, while only a few tickets remain for the incredible Stewart Lee at the Róisín Dubh. Fear not though, there are still plenty of great shows to see at the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.

Cash no longer king here - for motorists too

Motoring solutions specialists’ easytrip has revealed that four out of five Irish consumers now pay for daily activities via debit card. Respondents cited that their weekly food shop (88 per cent), going to the gym (60) and paying for children’s after school activities (41) are all paid for via debit card and/or through online banking methods. 

Leaving Certificate higher level English classes

RL Grinds will commence a series of higher level Leaving Cert English classes on Friday September 25 at 7pm.

 

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