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AFTER A year of increased audience numbers and new partnerships, Galway Arts Centre’s visual art programme is looking to an exciting 2019 with new exhibitions, artists’ residencies and collaborations.
Kirby, through its operational excellence, high-performance workforce and focus on leading-edge projects in key sectors such as life science and data centres, has grown significantly and sustainably at a national and international level.
As the year is nearing its end, the team at IAM Sold Property Auction would like to wish all their clients a happy Christmas and prosperous New Year as they review their year of auctions in 2018. The auction team are celebrating an impressive run of 15 successful public auction events across Connacht, Munster, and Leinster.
Despite another year of growth in 2018, business sentiment among hotels in Galway and across the country has dropped significantly according to the latest hotel barometer from the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF).
As the War of Independence hotted up, the British authorities sent the Black and Tans and the Auxiliaries to Ireland to support the RIC. D Company of the Auxiliaries was stationed at Lenaboy Castle and at The Retreat in Rockbarton.
Ireland West Airport is expecting over 50,000 passengers to pass through the airport this December with 30,000 passengers welcomed through the airport over the Christmas period, making it the busiest in the airport’s history.
RENMORE SINGER-songwriter Danny Darcy lives and plays music full time in Tenerife, but he is coming home for Christmas to play a show at Monroe's BackStage Bar.
THE AMAZING Apples are back in their hometown of Galway to play their annual Christmas concert, which this year takes place tomorrow [Friday December 21] in The Loft at Seven, Bridge Street.
THE HIT show, Legends of American Country, seen by more than 250,000 across Britain, will make its Galway debut on Saturday January 5 2019 in the Shearwater Hotel, Ballinasloe.
We all know the old cliché: “the luck of the Irish”. Whether this originated in the context of gambling or not, there’s no doubt it’s relevant to the Irish people’s love of a flutter – whether it’s on the horses, in the lottery or even in one of the country’s many casinos.