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Brooklyn, banking, and Deputy-bating

If you have the opportunity, please try and get to see Brooklyn, the film which is now showing at major cinemas throughout the country.

Cunningham saga leaves Galway senior hurling on the ropes

Seán Moran from the Irish Times stable of journalists is one of the most erudite and thoughtful people writing about GAA.

Anderson - 'the real deal' plays the Róisín Dubh

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SOME PEOPLE are honest about their influences, and make no bones of where their inspirations lay. Take Dublin singer-songwriter Anderson and his most recent single 'Cecilia's Sister'.

Two short operas about love and lies from OTC

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OPERA THEATRE Company comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Monday November 23 at 8pm, with an exciting double bill of short works, Poulenc’s The Human Voice and Wolf Ferrari’s Susanna’s Secret.

Chris Woods comes to Castlebar

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The brilliant Chris Wood performs at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, November 26 at 8pm. Dubbed “the renaissance man of English folk” by no less than The Irish Times, Chris Wood is one of England’s most vivid and arresting song writers, weaving the tradition with his own contemporary parables.

Let’s shine a light on Galway’s greatness

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NUI Galway Senior Lecturer, boards.ie/adverts.ie Co-Founder, Startup Advisor, ACE Fitness/WestBIC Boards

Athlone Library hosts ‘Can you hear what I see?’ exhibition  

An exhibition currently running in Athlone Library, entitled "Can you hear what I see?" features 10 paintings by Brendan Duffy and 10 poems in response by local Athlone poet Jackie Gorman.

Electro, folk, and the Mná Mná Music night

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SOPHIE COYLE, "a natural talent and someone I wouldn't hesitate to recommend others to go and see", according to the Scotland's Libertine Bar Review, plays the next Mná Mná Music night at the Róisín Dubh.

New book examines 1916's impact on the arts

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THE SIGNIFICANCE, impact, and wider resonances of the 1916 Rising on Irish literature, culture, and society are explored in a new book, co-editied by Galway academic Seán Crosson.

Grounds For Invasion @ Róisín Dubh

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GALWAY INDIE-electro band Grounds For Invasion unleash their new live show upstairs in the Róisín on Thursday November 12 at 9pm.

 

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