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Calling all Galway SMEs! Local Galway company Call Pal are throwing a summer bash for all local SMEs and entrepreneurs in O’Connell’s new and refurbished beer garden. Call Pal was founded in 2016 by the well-established Gray Office Park business centre located in Galway City Centre. Call Pal’s highly experienced management and receptionist team deliver a premium, dedicated call answering service to a range of industries nationwide. Call Pal also provides diary management and holiday cover, along with an overflow service for larger businesses.
Join one of the biggest celebrity gardeners in the business, Diarmuid Gavin, for a very special evening at Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday, May 26.
Not that many years ago the media was the preserve of informed journalists and editors who were able to disseminate information for public consumption, and represent the public interest. All that has changed with the advent of social media where people can share their thoughts, their beliefs, their stories, their past at will. But they can also share ignorant and offensive behaviour. Worse, this week people witnessed a recording of an American announcing to the public his plan to kill, before posting another of him shooting a victim dead, via Facebook.
Perhaps I should start this interview with a disclaimer; despite our shared surname novelist Eimear McBride and I are entirely unrelated. Nor indeed, just for future reference, have I any connection to rugby great Willie John McBride, country star Big Tom McBride, or Brit-bashing ballad hero Arthur McBride.
THERE ARE few more individual, yet conversely definitive, voices in American indie than WHY? founder/leader/singer Yoni Wolf, and his brilliance and ambition as a songwriter, indeed composer, is writ large on Moh Lhean.
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THIS WEEKEND is Halloween and HALO's resident DJs and live acts will provide the spooky soundtrack to the stacked line-up including the DJ set from Faithless vocalist Maxi Jazz on Saturday.
SHAKE!, ONE of Galway's legendary and most respected clubnights, and Smash Hits!, the tribute band who play popular hits from the 1990s, both come to HALO this weekend.
MOHSEN MAKHMALBAF, the Iranian film-maker who spent four and a half years in a political prison during the regime of Mohammad Reza Shah, will attend this year's Galway Film Fleadh, and receive the fleadh’s highest honour - the Galway Hooker Award.