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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.
THE IRISH Times' Lorna Siggins; Bernadette Joyce, a wtiness to Pinochet's Chile; and Jackie Walker, a British Labour Party activist, will read at the Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library, on Thursday October 27 at 6.30pm.
TWENTY YEARS to the day after its premiere, Enda Walsh’s iconic play Disco Pigs arrived at the Town Hall this week in a new production jointly staged by Reading Rep and Nick Thompson Productions from London. The show was helmed by Cathal Cleary, who was formerly based in Galway, and is now making his way successfully as an up and coming director in London.
THE POETS Caitríona O’Reilly, Colin Dardis, and James Anthony, will read at the Over The Edge: Open Reading in the Galway City Library on Thursday September 29 at 6.30pm.
99 SOULS, the duo behind the massive funky house hit 'The Girl Is Mine', which everyone from Beyoncé to Pete Tong has been raving about, and who want their debut album to be "classic, timeless", are coming to Galway.
Volvo Cars, the Chinese-owned Swedish premium car maker, and Uber, the world’s leading ride-sharing company, are to join forces to develop next-generation autonomous driving cars. The two compan
The historic walled garden of Coole Park, and Thoor Ballylee Tower will host the annual Lady Gregory-Yeats autumn gathering.
Summer is here and school’s out; so why not enrol your child in the Summer Reading scheme at Westport Library? It’s fun and it’s free; thanks to Mayo Library Service. To take part each child commits to reading six books over the summer months of July and August and if they complete the challenge they become a Summer Star with a certificate and a medal to prove it.
Later this month Roscommon Arts Centre brings two cabaret-style shows to the stage from two Roscommon natives who are making names for themselves in their chosen professions.
The 32nd Goldsmith International Literary Festival, the third longest-running festival of its type, will take place as usual over the June bank holiday. Founded 32 years ago to celebrate the literary genius of Oliver Goldsmith and to promote Goldsmith Country as a tourist attraction, it has over the years explored many aspects of Goldsmith’s life and work. A huge variety of renowned critics, politicians, poets, commentators, and academics have by turns stimulated, informed, and amused audiences over the past three decades