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FOR THE first time in more than a decade, Pádraic Ó Conaire – the Resurrection!, Diarmuid de Faoite's award winning bilingual biography of the Galway short story writer, will be performed on the stage.
WITH 10 days to polling day, Galway West has become something it has never been before - unpredictable. For years it returned two FF and one each for FG, Labour, and a PD/Independent. Even the electoral upheaval of 2011 almost bypassed the constituency, with FG the party to take two, as opposed to FF.
Companies of all sizes, from Mayo and from every sector, have been invited to enter their innovative services or products in Innovation Awards 2016.
This afternoon (Thursday) will see Galway’s biggest marketing event get under way in the Radisson Blu Hotel. Online Marketing in Galway’s Digital Summit is bringing experts from the fields of content marketing, analytics, and social media marketing to the city for an evening of insights and information.
A SACRILEGIOUS Lesbian and Homosexual Parade, Brian Fleming's acclaimed one-man show, described as “original, fun and different" by The Irish Times, will be performed in the Town Hall Theatre, as part of the actor/writer/musicians upcoming show Trilogy.
A SACRILEGIOUS Lesbian and Homosexual Parade, Brian Fleming's acclaimed one-man show, described as “original, fun and different" by The Irish Times, will be performed in the Gallery Café, Gort, this Sunday, January 10, at 8.30pm.
Ballinasloe native and accomplished journalist and author, Joe Joyce, has just released his latest work, Echowave, a gripping fiction based against the backdrop of the Second World War.
Athlone start-ups are encouraged to enter their business for the 2016 AIB Start-up Academy, a competition which offers a prize package valued at €250,000, including a €20,000 cash investment for the overall winner.
WYVERN LINGO "possess colossal voices, echoing everyone’s favourite chart-topping wonder woman Florence Welch." So said Hotpress, which went on to compare the Wicklow trio to indie rockers Local Natives.