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Patrick O’Brien was born in Waterdale, Claregalway in 1895. He joined the volunteers in 1914 and did drilling and training in arms for active operations.
AN EVENING of storytelling and trad music will take place in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop when Diarmuid Johnson reads excerpts from his new book, Tuatha De Danann, accompanied by Donegal fiddle player Bríd Harper.
It is back to porridge for Fantasy managers this weekend after a week of internationals and the new UEFA Nations League.
It’s time to get ‘All Shook Up’ at The Prince Bar, Athlone on Saturday, August 25, with the return of ‘The Elvis Experience Show’. Featuring Tim Ryan in the role of ‘The King’, hit after hit from this legendary music icon are certain to crowd please throughout the night.
In the year 1527, it was decreed in one of the Galway Statutes that “At no time to use ne occupy ye hurling of ye little balle with the hookie sticks or staves, nor use no hand balle to play without the walls, but only the great foot balle”. It seems the authorities of the day were trying to limit the playing of hurling, but they might as well have tried to hold back the tide.
It's time to get ‘All Shook Up’ at The Prince Bar, Athlone on Saturday, August 25 with the return of ‘The Elvis Experience Show’. Featuring Tim Ryan in the role of 'The King', hit after hit from this legendary music icon are certain to crowd please throughout the night.
The Two Johnnies took to the stage at The Prince of Wales on Friday night last. Performing their 'Big Ball Small Ball' show to a sold out audience, the comedy duo brought their facebook sketches to life in front of an appreciative audience.
A host of broadcasters from the Celtic regions have joined forces to set up an exciting new media production fund to develop new drama, animation, and factual programmes in the Celtic languages.
We have a facility of huge potential for Galway City and County which is now lying idle. After many years of hard work it cost ca €3.3m to build and was ultimately completed in 1987. It was recently bought by the City/County Councils for €1.1m and is now termed by them as a site. We could never afford to put such a facility in place again and it would be an act of gross blindness and irresponsibility to let it disappear.
For Adio have won through to the final of the Prince of Wales 'Battle of the Bands' competition, following their successful semi-final live performance.