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NEW GALWAY community theatre company Amigo Productions makes its bow next month with Ken Kesey’s classic One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. The play runs at An Taibhdhearc in November, with all proceeds going to Pieta House West.
‘The capital, Galway, is a terrible place. It has of course St Nicholas, one of the few remaining pre-Reformation churches; the frontispiece of a Renaissance town house erected as a gateway to the public park; and a medieval fortified house about which they tell the well-known story of the Lynch who hanged his own son when the sheriff wasn't available. At least once a year while I was director of the Abbey theatre we got a play on that. From Miss Edgeworth's account of her travels to Galway it would appear that as a theme for tragedy it was popular a hundred years ago. But even before that I had a lively hatred of the town....'
Healy Eames and O’Mahony,
Sherry FitzGerald is offering a lovely property in Corofin for sale by private treaty. This superb detached bungalow is located at Ballynacreg, Corofin, which is tucked away just off the N17 approximately seven miles north of Claregalway and seven miles south of Tuam. Galway city is just 14 miles away and is within easy commuting distance. It is also easily accessible to Athenry and the M6 Dublin/Galway motorway.
A company founded by a Tuam woman has secured funding through Dragons Den to allow them to bring safe manageable solutions for parent with children who suffer from allergies, and anaphylaxis and asthma.
The establishment of an Educate Together second level school in Galway may have taken a significant step forward now that nine Galway West candidates have pledged their support for the opening of such an institution.
The stage is set for America’s most dysfunctional family to come to town, and no, it's not the Kardashians! This year Ballinrobe Musical Society is proud to present The Addams Family.
This three bedroom bungalow is located on a large corner site in one of Galway’s oldest and more established residential areas. AMV is €125,000.
CHARITY CONCERTS from the Galway Gospel Choir and Cois Cladaigh are taking place this weekend, as is a concert from the ever wonderful Galway Youth Orchestra.