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THE HIGH KINGS are coming back to Galway to play a ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ concert at the Seapoint Ballroom, Salthill, on Saturday January 17 at 8pm.
THE ACCLAIMED Scottish pianist and composer James Ross and students from the Galway Music Education Partnership will be in concert this Saturday from 7pm.
A SILENT Disco for children will take place this Saturday in the Seapoint Ballroom, Salthill, from 2pm.
GEORGE GERSCHWIN’S ‘Rhapsody in Blue’, one of the great orchestral works of the 20th century, fusing jazz and classical, will be performed in Galway.
After successfully playing host last year, Galway is to welcome for a second time the IRONMAN 70.3 Ireland event which will attract a worldwide audience to showcase everything that the city and county has to offer.
When I visited the recent Galway Food Festival at the Spanish Arch I spotted a new venture that might appeal to you if you need to cater for groups of 50 to 250 people. It was pretty hard to miss as it was billowing smoke and had a large crowd of people around it. As you can see in the picture, the Route 66 barbecue is a pretty serious piece of equipment and the idea is that www.galwaycatering.ie will take on all the headache of providing you or your company with great food and zero hassle. It is fully compliant with HSE/EHO regulations, HACCP certified, and certified in food hygiene. These are important considerations when providing a barbecue for a large number of people and something that people may overlook when booking an outside catering company .
CIRQUE DU Byrne, the acclaimed stand-up show from one of Ireland’s leading comedians, Jason Byrne, is coming to Galway next month.
The Galway City Council is proposing to close a number of roads to traffic to facilitate the Galway Bay Half-Marathon and 10K Race.
Seapoint Ballroom was officially opened at 10pm on July 17 1949 by Joe Costelloe, Mayor of Galway. Noel Finan bought the site from Jim and Mary Cremin, who were brother and sister. They ran a famous seawater baths there, a kind of health spa of its day. At the time Salthill was a small village with a few hotels, B&Bs, and shops. It also had the Hangar which was run by John Allen, but it closed down in Race Week when dancing moved into a marquee in Eyre Square. At the time it was 1s 6d into the Hangar for women and 1s 9d for men.
People can get a taste of the music of the sixties at a special fundraiser in aid of the stroke unit at University Hospital Galway on Wednesday April 6 at Seapoint, Salthill, at 8pm.