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SEAN HEGARTY, the Irish king of one-liners, and Aoife Dooley, best known for her books, How To Be Massive and How To Deal With Poxes, will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh for the next Comedy KARLnival.
Minister for the Diaspora and International Development Ciaran Cannon has welcomed the allocation of €5.991m under the Sound & Vision 3 Broadcasting Funding Scheme to 126 radio and television projects, among them a feature length documentary on the Tuam Babies, to be entitled Limbo.
JENNY GREENE and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, which was the fastest selling music gig in Galway International Arts Festival’s 40-year history, have announced they will return to the 2018 festival.
Eanna Ni Lamhna, well-known TV and radio presenter of Mooney Goes Wild, will give a talk entitled “Going Wild in the World of Creepy Crawlies” to the Headford Environment Group.
Tá TG4 ar thóir láithreoirí aimsire agus leanúnachais do phainéal a bheidh lonnaithe i gCeannáras TG4 i mBaile na hAbhann. Beidh ról lárnach ag an té a cheapfar ag cur sceideal TG4 i láthair don phobal féachana, ar an teilifís agus ar na meáin shóisialta.
BEETHOVEN'S SEVENTH Symphony, referred to by Wagner as "the apotheosis of dance", and which received a new lease of life via its inclusion in the soundtrack to The King's Speech, will be performed in Galway.
Operating theatres in Merlin Park Hospital, which have been closed for six months, are still not open, despite having undergone repairs, resulting in some 1,500 patients still awaiting operations.
PEPPA PIG is on a big adventure, so big it's taking her all the way to the Black Box and it has also led to an extra performance being added due to public demand.
John Quinn has received instructions to dispose of No 167 Lios An Uisce, Merlin Park, a ground floor two bedroom apartment in top class condition situated opposite Merlin Park Hospital – just before Galway Crystal, only a short walk from GMIT, and only about seven minutes' drive from the city centre.
A new take on Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie will be performed in Galway next week when the awardwinning drama group Compántas Lir open a run in An Taibhdhearc.