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SUSPENSION, THE final show of its Oughterard Courthouse Summer Arts Programme, featuring the work by sculptor Tim Kelly and visual artist Brenda Flannery, opens tomorrow at 7pm.
TRANQUILITY, THE latest exhibition by Galway artist Pat Flannery, whose work focuses on the connection between emotions and the hidden stories within, will be officially opened tomorrow, in the Portershed, Eyre Square.
2020 still in good place, but having to hold special council meetings sends out wrong message, says Flannery
called for Galway City Council this week to hear updates on the progress of the Galway 2020 programme. There had been a considerable amount of innuendo circulating regarding the operations of the company and what appeared to be a lack of progress. As a result the CEO and Chair of the 2020 Organisation came into the council chamber to make a presentation and update us on their progress.
DISCOVERY, THE new exhibition by Galway artist Pat Flannery, fearturing works concentrating on nature, particularly the animal and floral world, opens tomorrow in The Renzo Gallery Café on Eyre Street.
Fine Gael city councillor Pearce Flannery has demanded urgent action be taken to deal with the many derelict and untended buildings in the Salthill area.
An innovative art project at a city public hospital aims to encourage people to have a positive attitude and to live in the present.
FOLLOWING THE release of his fourth album Outlines, Peter Doran plays Monroe’s Live on Sunday April 19 as part of his current Irish tour.
Being an altarboy was the nearest we got to showbusiness in South Mayo in the 1970s — The rota for an altar boy in those days would be one week doing Last Mass, one week doing Second Mass, and the third week doing First Mass which would also mean you were on duty for the daily morning and evening masses for the week ahead. The week when you were on fulltime was great as it felt like a night’s run in the Gaiety.
A lot of the hotels in Galway can be divided into two types. The first kind was built in recent years, a result of the economic boom, largely run by professional management companies whose brief was to merely keep the business afloat and get 'heads in beds'. Flannery's is the other sort of Galway hotel. It is part of the landscape and the fabric of life in the city east area, providing employment and welcoming guests from Ireland and many parts of the world since it first opened in 1969.