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Culture Night is Ireland’s national celebration of culture, creativity and the arts. It takes place all over Galway city and county on Friday 21st September and sparkles well into the night. From Bofin to the Bridge of Banagher, from Bearna to Ballybane and beyond, dozens of entrancing, beguiling and enjoyable events are talking place in a truly brilliant programme that showcases the creative communities and landscapes of Galway, European Capital of Culture. The offerings this year – performances, workshops, exhibitions, concerts, classes, talks, walks and much more for all ages in every conceivable area of creativity - look to be the most exciting ever, and everything is free, brought to you with love from Galway! We’d like to offer a big thank you to all the hard-working artists and art groups, community groups, venues and volunteers who have made Culture Night 2018 possible. So go ahead, check out the brilliant programme and try something new!
New-look Titans are looking for a repeat capacity crowd in the Jes on Sunday (3.30pm) when they host Dublin's Tolka Rovers.
The Green Party is calling on the Galway City Council to follow the lead of Dublin City Council, which has recently announced a trial of alternatives to glyphosates, a herbicide over which there are health and environmental concerns.
Physically, of course, Salthill has changed dramatically since the early years of the last century when the beaches were rocky, and the scattered houses and lodges offered sea baths and confined bathing geared for the protection of women’s modesty. Men, no doubt, could show off their swimming and diving skills with abandonment, but could risk becoming the subject of comment (adverse or otherwise) of a unique Salthill ‘People’s Parliament’ known to all as the Lazy Wall.
A bill to provide more security to home owners in mortgage difficulties, the idea for which was originally mooted by local Minister Kevin 'Boxer' Moran, has received cabinet approval.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said last evening (Wednesday) that an independent investigation into the case of three young rape victims who were in foster care in north Galway, is nearing completion.
Close to 300 people attended the recent Galway #IBelieveHer event in front of the Galway Courthouse, in response to, and in solidarity with, the woman at the centre of the Belfast trial.
BALLET ENTHUSIASTS are in for a treat this weekend when The Royal Moscow Ballet gives two performances of Sleeping Beauty at the Town Hall Theatre, on Sunday March 4 at 2pm and 8pm.
“IF MUSIC be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, the appetite may sicken, and so die.” Spoken by Duke Orsino, this is the most famous line from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.