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Originally called The Presbytery, The Old Parochial House was built in approximately 1901 for a parish priest in Killannin. The ownership has been with the clergy for many years and the last person who actually resided in the Old Parochial House was a William P Fogorty.
THE LAST 12 months have seen Galway musicians produce some outstanding work, but three in particular stood apart from the rest.
Well it’s been a busy week again, but to begin this column this week I’m going to start on a gentler note.
TWO DOOR Cinema Club, the County Down indie-rock trio, will play the Galway International Arts Festival 2019, performing in the Big Top in the Fisheries Field on Friday July 26.
Last year Tooreen created a bit of history by becoming the first Mayo side to win the Connacht intermediate hurling title - and they are back this year looking to defend that title.
An important collection of letters from the mid-1920s concerning the Irish-language writer Pádraic Ó Conaire has been kindly donated to Galway City Museum by the Galway Technical Institute on the ninetieth anniversary of the author’s death. The letters relate to Ó Conaire’s time as an Irish language teacher at Galway Technical Institute (GTI), then situated on Dominick Street.
After another depressing round of internationals for Ireland where Martin O'Neill's men played out an uninspiring 0-0 draw with Northern Ireland on Thursday night followed by another 0-0 snoozefest against Denmark in Aarhus on Monday evening, the good news for Ireland fans is that there are no more international rounds until March and it is back to the Premier League.
THIS IS Your Trial, an improvised comedy show where the audience is the jury in the world’s funniest courtroom, where the judge is Irish Comedian of the Year 2016/17, Steve Bennett, is coming to the Róisín Dubh.
AS WELL as having a successful career in journalism, Declan Varley is the author of four works of fiction - Kittyland (1992), which described his life as a student in the then RTC, Sure It Could Happen (1993), The Elephant’s Graveyard (1994), and Nightmusic (2001).
A SENSATIONAL live performer, marathon runner, and former Time Out Comedian of the Year, Paul Tonkinson has long upheld his esteemed reputation as one of Britain's finest stand-ups.