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THE OSCAR nominated cartoon film, Song Of The Sea, will receive its Irish premiere at the Galway Film Fealdh when it is screened, as part of a gala event, at the at the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday July 9 at 6pm.
The 30th Cúirt International Festival of Literature opens on Wednesday April 22 with an official reception and a poetry reading.
Now that the Leaving Certificate exams are about to start and the rowing season is in full swing, we thought to share the following story.
There is a fantastic harmony singing opportunity on April 6 at the Rowing Club Hall, Woodquay from 10.30am to 4pm when Pete Linnett comes to Galway to lead a one day workshop.
Rowing is a sport of endurance, strength, and finesse, a sport naturally suited to Galway where the river connects Lough Corrib with the sea. The earliest reference we have to competitive rowing on the Galway river is 1839. The first rowing club established here was the Corrib Rowing and Yachting Club in 1864 (149 years ago!) and as other clubs formed, rowing matches became more competitive. In 1868, Commercial Rowing Club was formed and the inter-club rivalry generated a lot of interest in the sport.
Galway rowers are swapping their oars for bicycles in a bid to raise funds for the club and Galway charity Ability West.
Spring sunshine greeted the official opening of this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature which was held at the Rowing Club in Woodquay on Tuesday evening.
Talks, film screenings, and dance classes will take place throughout Galway city this weekend as part of Latin America Week.
Galway Rowing Club, the city’s oldest, is appealing for financial support for the purchase of a new boat.
Strong Galway rowers vied for success alongside competitors from all four provinces at the annual Galway Head of the River.