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I see President Donald Trump and his regular adversary, the Head of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, are at it again.
THIS THURSDAY, Channel 4 begins broadcasting Derry Girls, a new comedy series set in Derry city in the 1990s - but despite it's Northern Irish setting, the show has strong Galway connections as it stars Galway born Nicola Coughlan, and Galway based comedian Tommy Tiernan.
"GET YOUR coat, you've pulled!" is one of the oldest, cockiest, and certainly cheesiest 'chat up' lines ever devised by the fallen mind of man - and who else but a certain kind of man would think such a line might work?
On September 1st, Réalta School of Speech and Drama celebrates its first birthday! Based in Galway but reaching all around the west, Réalta was established by Speech and Drama teacher, Michelle O’ Grady. Michelle established a school whereby she would run 1:1 drama sessions for children with Autism, travelling to their homes all around the West and in spaces throughout Galway city.
This July, Réalta School of Speech and Drama will be running a Speech and Drama workshop in Our Lady’s Boys Club, which is situated on Sea Road, Galway. This workshop will run over five mornings and the focus is on building confidence while having lots of fun.
This July, Réalta School of Speech and Drama will be running a Speech and Drama workshop in Our Lady’s Boys Club, which is situated on Sea Road, Galway. This workshop will run over five mornings. The focus is on building confidence while having lots of fun!
Super slimmers in Mayo have lost a whopping 54013.25lbs (that’s 3858 stone or 24.5 tons) in weight – that’s the equivalent of 18 cars. Altogether the members of the Ballina, Ballinrobe, Ballyhaunis, Castlebar, Claremorris, Westport, and Swinford Slimming World groups are now 54013lbs lighter than they were at the beginning of 2016.
Connacht Rugby and the community of Creggs lost valued friend Dr Joe Daly who passed away recently after a long illness.