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Two Galwegians headed to the USA this week to compete in the 2018 World Handball Championships.
THE CORONAS, PAUL BRADY, The Dubliners' John Sheahan, and Mick Flannery, are among the musicians portrayed in a new exhibition by the Irish artist Claire Guinan, which opens in Galway next week.
COMEDY, FASHION, music, and politics - including a guest appearance from Wyvern Lingo's Caoimhe Barry - combine at the Repeal Party in the Róisín Dubh, with all proceeds going to the Abortion Rights Campaign.
The new Council season commenced this week with some significant and positive announcements, not least of which is the acquisition of the new Childrens Cultural Hub at Lenaboy Castle (St Annes), Taylors Hill. I am delighted to preside as Mayor over this great news story for both the children of Galway and the cultural sector.
Singer songwriter Paul Brady will perform at the 2017 Alumni Awards to be held in the university this weekend at an event hosted by award winning TG4 news anchor Eimear Ní Chonaola will host this year’s Gala Banquet featuring the 2017 Alumni Awards ceremony.
ROESY, THE Australian based Irish singer-songwriter is bringing his The Very Round Robin tour across Ireland, playing shows where he will be joined by Kilá's Rónán Ó Snodaigh and Ye Vagabonds.
IT IS a mark of the man that Christy Dignam, who has endured far more than his fair share of struggles and hard times, has borne his illness - a rare form of terminal cancer - with great dignity and stoicism.
TOGETHER THEY created one of the greatest Irish albums - in folk, or any other genre - with 1976's Andy Irvine Paul Brady, aka The Purple Album, and individually, they are two of the greatest and most influential figures in Irish music.
'ONE WAY Ticket Time', the debut single from Aran Island singer-songwriter Padraig Jack, will be released tomorrow, followed by a national tour, which includes a show in Galway city next week.
THE LUCIA Comnes Band, a four-piece folk powerhouse fusing rock, blues, Irish trad, and bluegrass, led by a singer with a "singular voice", according to the San Francisco Chronicle, are coming to Galway.