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Grainne Seoige will be running the kitchen when TV3's The Restaurant starts its new season at 9pm tonight (Thursday).
It’s World Book Day TODAY Thursday March 2 and the National Adult Literacy Agency is encouraging parents, grandparents or any carer of children to try to take 10 minutes a day to read to their child.
NEXT THURSDAY, March 9 at 6pm, the Galway City Library will host the launch of what is sure to be one of the best Irish novels of this year - Ithaca by Galway writer Alan McMonagle, and published by Picador.
The Mayo Healthy Reading Scheme was recently launched at Castlebar Library. This joint initiative by the HSE and Mayo County Council Library Services aims to promote the availability of a wide variety of self help books on a range of common psychological, emotional, and parenting issues. A total of 88 books are available free to all library members at the various library branches throughout the county. Topics covered include bereavement, depression, relationship problems, parenting issues, and self esteem. Some of the books available include Children and Bullying, Overcoming Depression, Overcoming Childhood Trauma, The Mindful Way Through Depression, and Parent Power. All of the books have been recommended by health professionals.
After the huge success of Coda at Castlebar Christ Church, Greenroom Bookings is bringing another exciting night of music with one of Ireland's most innovative and exciting bands in Kíla. This is sure to be one of the best nights of music that Castlebar has seen and heard in a long number of years. This amazing venue is without doubt the perfect setting for one of the nations greatest exports, with the high ceilings and beautiful decor it is a match made in heaven. The acoustics that come from this amazing church are like no other and the intimate setting of these gigs with the seating and band so close together makes for an amazing atmosphere.
WRITERS JAKI McCarrick, Ciaran Ferriter, and Paul Lewis, will read at the Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday February 23 at 6.30pm.
"WE WANT our records to be punchy, lean, and blazing. Straight in, no kissing." So declare Dublin grunge-pop/garage rock band Otherkin who The Independent call "a big mass of energy...who write hugely infectious tracks".
THE GALWAY University Hospital Arts Trust is seeking entries for its annual poetry competition, which this year will be judged by leading Galway poet, Kevin Higgins, current writer-in-residence with the GUH Arts Trust.
THE POETS Matthew Caley, Helena Kane, and Mary Lee will read at the final Over The Edge: Open Reading of 2016, in the Galway City Library on Thursday December 15 at 6.30pm.
HARDWICKE CIRCUS are a seven piece band, aged between 17 and 20, from Carlisle, in Cumbria, in the north of England, and despite their tender years, they have already played the Glastonbury, Leeds, and Reading festivals.