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BON JOVI tribute band Slippery When Wet, according to The Times, “play note perfect renditions” of the New Jersey band's greatest songs, and, "they are not just talented performers…they are masters of illusion”.
Dr John Hegarty, former Provost of Trinity College and past-pupil of St Colman's College, recently visited the college recently to speak to sixth year students.
US Pharmaceutical Company, Aerie Pharmaceuticals, is to establish its first manufacturing plant in Athlone’s Technology & Business Park with an initial investment of €55m. Some 80 jobs will be created at the plant.
US pharmaceutical Company, Aerie Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is to establish its first manufacturing plant in Athlone’s Technology & Business Park. Headquartered in California, with locations in New Jersey, North Carolina, Aerie has also established an Irish entity in Dublin, Aerie Pharmaceuticals Ireland Ltd. Aerie is a clinical stage pharmaceutical company focused on the discovery, development and commercialisation of first-in-class therapies for the treatment of patients with glaucoma and other diseases of the eye.
SHE HAS been called "condescendingly brilliant!" by Edinburgh's Daily News and ranked among the “Ten Standout Stand-ups Worth Watching” by Backstage Magazine. She is Maureen Langan and she is coming to Galway.
IF YOU missed Bruce Springsteen on his last visit to Ireland, or were there and want a taste of the New Jersey legend's magic again, then check out the tribute act to The Boss coming to Galway.
CHAMPION BOXERS, mischievous neighbours, Poland under threat from Russia at the end of WWI, a young girl's determination to win back her grandfather's olive farm, and a musical with Hollywood stars like Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone - it's all in the Galway Film Society's winter/spring 2017 season.
Many people feel 2016 was a year without any real summer weather, but 200 years ago Galwegians faced far worse weather, one that resulted in rioting, protests, blockades, and food shortages.
“SIT DOWN, smoke, get the keyboards, maybe hire a drummer or programme it myself, smoke, mix it down, put it on CD, smoke, listen to it.” This is how Maurice Fulton, one of house music’s true originals, describes his working methods.