Search Results for 'Stockholm'

36 results found.

Massive global tourism boost for St Patrick’s Day

Myriad iconic attractions around the world are to ‘go green’ this year to mark St Patrick’s Day and to kick off Tourism Ireland’s major first half promotional drive to develop overseas tourism.

Artspace to represent Galway at major international art fair

Artspace, the Galway artist collective, will be representing Ireland at the Supermarket Art Fair which will take place in Stockholm in February.

The Magic Numbers heavenly melodies and west of Ireland connections

image preview

IN 2005 London group The Magic Numbers became instant radio favourites with the release of their eponymous debut album and its catchy singles ‘Love Me Like You’, ‘Forever Lost’, ‘Love’s A Game’ and ‘I See You, You See Me’.

Kornel Kovacs to DJ at Lowerstate

image preview

KORNEL KOVACS, the Stockholm based DJ will be spinning the decks at Lowerstate at Deeper in The Cellar Bar, this Saturday.

US software company announces 200 jobs boost for Galway

— Continued from front

Keeping it simple with American bluesman Eric Bibb

image preview

ACOUSTIC BLUES singer-songwriter Eric Bibb was born in New York in 1951 and grew up surrounded by the Greenwich Village folk music and literary scene which included Bob Dylan, Dave Von Ronk, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Judy Collins, and Joan Baez.

Galway set to win lucrative last leg in 2012 Volvo Ocean Race

There is growing confidence in Galway this weekend that not alone will the city will be named as a stopover port for the 2012 Volvo Ocean Race, but that it is in with a great chance of hosting the finish of the race — an award that would multiply the massive coverage it received last year.

Lee farce ruins chances of commoners in mayoral polls

There probably could not have been a better week for the Government to pass its laws on directly elected mayors. The idea of such a scenario has sent shivers down the spines of politicos for some time, given the fear that these seatsmay end up in the hands of what the royals might call ‘commoners’

Successful trip to Sweden for Carlow Academy

image preview

A selection of Carlow’s u12 Academy have just returned from a very successful trip to Sweden, where they finished second in the 2008 Orebro Cup. This year’s tournament in Orebro was one of the largest to date, with over four hundred teams from Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Estonia and Ireland taking part.

Songs of the Mediteranean to resound around St Canice’s

The voice of acclaimed Greek singer Savina Yannatou is often regarded as an instrument in itself and so I wasn’t surprised to hear the enchanting rhythmic tones of her soothing voice when she spoke to me from her home in Athens last week.


Page generated in 0.0434 seconds.