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THE GREAT War’s impact on Galway city, the slaughter in the trenches, and recruiting Galwegians to fight for “king and country” will be the subject of a series of public lectures taking place at the Galway City Museum, every Thursday from 7pm to 8pm.
THE 100TH anniversary of the start of World War I is being commemorated across Europe, but the talk of sacrifice and heroism obscures the obliteration of nine million, mostly young, soldiers, and seven million civilians - one of the deadliest conflicts in history.
POET, NOVELIST, and broadcaster Theo Dorgan will launch Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust’s latest series of Poems for Patience.
Galway journalist and Hotpress writer Olaf Tyaransen won Journalist of the Year at the recent 2013 Irish Magazine Awards which were held in Dublin.
WATCHING MY Hands At Work, an anthology of poetry, fiction, drama, and essays honouring NUI Galway’s Prof Adrian Frazier is to be launched.
Tall tales, splendid songs, and wickedly wise words. Three of Ireland’s finest performers, Theo Dorgan, Jack Lynch, and Len Graham conspire to delight you with Rhyme, Rant and Rann, an entertaining evening of great songs and heart-warming stories at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, October 3 at 8pm.
From Wednesday to Monday August 3-8, the Feakle Traditional Music Festival will celebrate its 24th year with a vibrant programme of Traditional music, song, and dance.
“IF YOU pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man.”
Jennifer Johnston, Eugene McCabe, Theo Dorgan, and Dermot Healy, will be among the 70 major Irish writers coming to Kenny’s to help the bookshop celebrate 70 years in business.
The Mayo County Council arts office has announced the exciting line-up for the 2009 Force 12 Writers’ Weekend which is taking place this year from Friday June 12 to Sunday June 14 in Belmullet. Patrick Cotter will direct the weekend, with a host of well-known writers including Billy Ramsell, Clare Wigfall, John Corless, Liz O’Donaghue, Paula Meehan, Theo Dorgan, William Wall, and writer in residence Éilís Ní Dhuibhne. The weekend is dedicated to visiting writers’ groups and it will provide a great opportunity for Mayo writers to interact with groups from all over the country.