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DO YOU write stories or poems? Are you working on a novel? Would you like to take a chance to show them off and read a piece from your work in front of an audience? If the answer is yes, then read on.
THE AMAZING Apples, Sharon Murphy who impressed Tom Jones on The Voice UK, and the Cinemobile screening Frozen, are just some of the highlights at this year's Westside Community Arts Festival.
An information evening will take place in Galway this month in advance of the opening of the city’s first Steiner national school later this year.
Football Fixtures: Friday 30 January, U21 C North Football Championship At Ballygar, St Brendan's v Milltown, 8pm Ref: M Gavin; Sunday 1 February, U21 C North Football Championship; At Williamstown, Williamstown v Cortoon Shamrocks, 11am Ref: C Ward.
BEING ONE of Ireland’s finest writers, a Gaeilgeoir, and a veteran of the War of Independence, did not prevent Liam O’Flaherty from escaping the censor.
GALWAY’S BIGGEST open-mic for prose writers and poets will take place in the Westside Library, Seamus Quirke Road, on Wednesday July 9 from 6pm to 8pm.
AWARD WINNING writer Martin Dyar, Alan McMonagle, Pete Mullineaux, and Susan Lindsay will be among the writers reading at an event in the Westside Library.
CONSCIOUS OF the fact that Galway’s literary festival, Cúirt, was becoming somewhat estranged from the people of Galway, for whom it was inaugurated, it was decided four years ago to organise a number of events in and for local communities, to bring the festival back to the people.
The Europe Direct Centre at Ballinasloe Library is organising its annual soapbox competition and is calling for entries over the next two weeks from the people of Galway. The competition is broken up into two categories, one for adults and one for under 18 years. This year’s event will once again take place in the Westside Library in Galway city on Friday November 15 at 8pm.
DURING THE late 1970s when we had a bookshop in Maynooth, there is a memory of a young student who was the wittiest, most cynical, and most laid back person I had ever met. He was the quintessential bohemian and seemed to be totally at ease with, and somewhat disdainful of, the world around him.