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What better place to write a novel than in a library? Writer and yoga teacher, David Whelan, from Westport, wrote most of his latest novel The Crowded Earth in Westport Library.
Custom House Studios at Westport Quay are pleased to host an exhibition of printmaking entitled Lifelines by Benita Stoney, as well as an exhibition of paintings entitled “Vernacular” By Aidan Crotty, every day until October 21st 2018.
This Sunday September 16 will see the conclusion of Beyond the Visible a exhibition of work by German artist Ralph Gelbert at Custom House Studios gallery in Westport.
Custom House Studios in Westport are pleased to host an exhibition of paintings by Hugh Barr 'Head in the Hedgerow' which will run every day until September 16.
BidX1, the digital property company that has sold more than €128m worth of commercial and residential property so far this year, is gearing up for a lively autumn after launching a new catalogue this week, with a further catalogue due to go live mid-September. The latest catalogue is for the auction on September 18 and 20.
Siamsa Tíre announced this week that Conor O’Grady has secured the summer Artist in Residence position which runs until Sunday September 16.
Custom House Studios is hosting an exhibition of paintings by Jane Hughes entitled Architecture of Emotions which opened last week and will run every day until Sunday, June 10.
There is always something great to see or listen to happening around the county, we round up some of the great events coming to Mayo in the next few weeks.
Mayo County Council's arts service is gearing up to launch the 2018 Upstart programme of arts and activities.
Home Rule, the campaign for self-government for Ireland within the United Kingdom, was the dominant political movement of Irish nationalism from 1870 to the end of World War I. It dominated all local and national papers in Ireland. Men fiercely argued its pros and cons while Ulster protested that if Home Rule was introduced it ‘would fight, and Ulster would be right.’