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Galway Actors’ Workshop get NSFW

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HAVING SEEN out 2017 with a very fine production of Will Eno’s Middletown, Sarah O’Toole’s Galway Actors’ Workshop ushers in 2018 next month with the Irish premiere of Lucy Kirkwood’s NSFW.

Six thousand cars deemed too dangerous for the road in 2017

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Thousands of people are driving 'death mobiles' on our roads - putting their lives and those of others at serious risk, new figures reveal.

Dacia Duster Commercial wins for third year in-a-row

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The Dacia Duster Commercial 4x4 has retained its grip on the Best 4x4 Van category at the What Van? Awards 2018, winning the honour for the third consecutive year at a presentation ceremony in London.

Dacia Duster Commercial wins for third year in a row

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The Dacia Duster Commercial 4x4 has retained its grip on the “Best 4x4 Van” category at the What Van? Awards 2018, winning the honour for the third consecutive year at a presentation ceremony held in London before Christmas.

Thousands of cars deemed too dangerous for road in 2017

Thousands of people are driving vehicles that are not road worthy, putting their lives and those of others at serious risk, new figures reveal.

Will there be apples for everyone in Athenry?

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Exploring Mayo talk to be held in Harbour Hotel

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Galway is home to a large number of Mayo people and people with Mayo connections, many of whom will be interested in the upcoming 'Exploring Mayo' talk by Bernard O'Hara.

'The language leaps off the page'

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THERE WAS great excitement at the announcement that Enda Walsh and Cillian Murphy would be teaming up again to bring Max Porter’s remarkable book, Grief Is The Thing With Feathers to the stage, and that the production would premiere at the Black Box Theatre next March.

'I’ve always tried to encourage new writing in Irish'

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For the past four years Anne McCabe has enjoyed a fruitful tenure as artistic director of An Taibhdhearc but that reign has come to a surprise ending following the theatre board’s decision to abolish the position.

TG4 boss hails ‘long and influencing service’ of retiring colleague

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It was announced this week that TG4 Leascheannasaí (Deputy Chief Executive) Pádhraic Ó Ciardha will leave the service on early retirement in February 2018 after over 23 years’ service.

 

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