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This was Seapoint Corner c1865. The buildings we see, running from the left, are Prospect Lodge; Corrig View; Elm View; Prairie House with the balcony, which was built 1855-1861 by Colman O’Donohoe who had obviously spent some time in America; Beachmount; Villa Marina, which had the sign Michael Horan, Grocer over the door; Sunnyside Lodge; Seapoint House; then a gap which led into Seapoint Terrace; and finally, the thatched building which was George Fallon’s Baths. The sign on his gable read Hot Baths and Bathing, No Refunds and his family operated the baths business at least from 1855 to 1894
Anthony O’Reilly always did things his way. As a young lad growing up in a bustling Salthill, Sunday mass was the biggest event of the week.
PINK FLOYD, the visionary English rock adventurers whose explorations of rock, jazz, folk, prog, psychedelia, and avant garde have inspired Radiohead, Aphex Twin, The Orb, and much of the Krautrock scene, will be celebrated in Galway.
BREATHE - THE very best of Pink Floyd Live, the acclaimed tribute act to the British art-rock legends, comes to Galway in the New Year, to perform a two hour show of Floyd classics.
OUT OF The Whirlwind is the new DVD from Tommy Tiernan, capturing the Irish comic's Edinburgh Comedy Festival 2016 show, and the Galway Advertiser has five copies to give away.
OUT OF The Whirlwind, the new DVD from Tommy Tiernan, capturing the Irish comic's Edinburgh Comedy Festival 2016 show, will be released on DVD on Friday November 18.
TOMMY TIERNAN has added three extra dates to his new Under The Influence tour. Two of those shows will be at the Seapoint Ballroom in Salthill, taking place on Wednesday December 21 and Thursday 22.
The Saw Doctors will be playing three times in Galway by the end of 2016 after huge demand saw their Christmas concert at Seapoint Ballroom on December 29 sell out in under 10 minutes last Friday.
SCOTT BRADLEE'S Postmodern Jukebox has clocked up millions of YouTube hits, but the man and his band's approach in rendering Miley Cyrus’ 'We Can’t Stop' as doo-wop, and Sam Smith’s 'Stay With Me' as 1940s big-band, is as much about education as it is about entertainment.
THE HIGH KINGS are coming back to Galway to play a ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ concert at the Seapoint Ballroom, Salthill, on Saturday January 16 at 8pm as part of their Four Friends Live national tour.