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THE BRILLIANT Abie Philbin Bowman, whose comedy goes "way beyond superficial satire" to be "absorbing, challenging and highly entertaining", by Time Out, plays the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh.
JIMMY CARR, the comedian and host of Channel 4's 8 Out Of 10 Cats, brings his new stand-up show Funny Business to Leisureland, Salthill, on Saturday December 19 at 8pm.
THERE ARE few musicians, who, more than two decades into their career, produce a set of songs many regard as among their finest, if not indeed their best, that go on to get a Mercury award nomination, in a year which is also the 20th anniversary of the album with which they originally made their name.
Great news for coffee lovers! Costa Coffee, Europe’s favourite coffee house, has opened their second store in Galway creating 12 new jobs in Galway. Their first store in the city was opened at 21 Quay Street. The new Costa at Eyre Square offers all the top quality Costa drinks, food and products including Coffee Club – a points based reward scheme offering lots of free products.
Life’s pictures flicker around me as I linger outside the weather-beaten door. A crow perches on a branch of the skeleton ash on the lawn and a hearse stands in the lane. Bodies hide under a roof of umbrellas. I recognise some, even though years of humanity have battered them. It’s not peculiar that they don’t acknowledge me. They give their condolences to my sister, Margaret. I lost Jamie a long time ago. She’s only losing him now.
It was a rugby trip like no other for Connacht last week, logistically, mentally and physically challenging. However came through their testing week in Siberia with flying colours, led by coach Pat Lam.
LULU, ONE of opera's greatest and most dangerous femme fatales, will take audiences on a wild journey of love, obsession, and death when the eponymous opera by Alban Berg is screened in Galway.
Former Bower student and Junk Kouture prizewinner, Katie Brill, will make her judging debut at the Southern Regional Final of the Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture competition in Limerick on March 11, 2016, as a student judge.
After he knocked, the visitor entered the house through a small narrow hallway. He ducked to avoid hitting his head on the low door frame. “Ara, Michael, it is grand to see you at last. Your brother told me you’d come up. How are they all down there in Turlough? They must be delighted to have you home in Mayo. How long has it been? Three years?”