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Daybreak Ballina has been named Daybreak Forecourt Store of the Year. The store, which is owned and managed by Eamonn and Rowena Judge, scooped the accolade at Daybreak’s annual Store of the Year awards at Killashee House Hotel held at the end of November. The awards recognise retail excellence across Daybreak outlets nationwide. Located on the Sligo Road, Daybreak Ballina employs 12 people and was one of 15 retailers shortlisted at this year’s awards, beating off stiff competition from stores around Ireland to win the accolade.
One of Ireland’s best known comedians, Dara O’Briain, is bringing his new show Crowd Tickler to the Royal Theatre tomorrow night.
THE WORLD famous Harlem Gospel Choir are coming to Galway to sing at the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday November 23 at 8pm as part of their current Irish tour.
The senior choir at St Joseph’s Secondary School have hit a high note after qualifying for the regional finals of the RTÉ All Island School Choir Competition.
A teenage choir is being formed by The GalwaySings Project and is open to anyone between the ages of 14 and 18.
Mary Byrne, the Tesco supermarket checkout woman who shot to fame on the X Factor is to play an intimate concert in the Ruby Room at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, next weekend.
LEE MACK, the British comedian and multi-award winning star of Not Going Out and Would I Lie To You? is set to make August the funniest month of the summer in Galway when he plays three shows in the city.
SINGER SONGWRITER Kidnapper, the debut feature film of award-winning writer/director Douglas Ray, and starring Matt Berry and Eva Birthistle, will get its world premiere at the Galway Film Fleadh.
JIMMY MCGOVERN, the screenwriter for Cracker, Hillsborough, and The Lakes, is coming to Galway to take part in a public interview about his life and work.