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Fresh from their series of magnificent wins at this year’s Skibbereen Grand League Regatta, Limerick Regatta and Irish Schools Regatta the Colaiste Iognaid (Jes) Rowing Club will hold a fundraising Ergathon in Galway on the Bank Holiday Monday May 1.
IRANIAN FILM, The Salesman, exploring the moral questions facing a married couple, following a sudden violent act at the apartment they are temporarily living in, closes the current Galway Film Society season.
Ballina Town are the last Mayo side involved in the FAI Junior Cup and they will fly the flag for the county on Sunday when they host Roscommon outfit Boyle Celtic in the sixth round of the national competition at 2pm in Pete Murray Park in Belleek.
Linenhall Film Club brings its autumn 2016 season to a glorious finale with a screening of the superb Turkish film Mustang on Tuesday next, December 6, at 8pm. Beautifully shot, with stunning performances, the Oscar-nominated Mustang is both a rousing tale of spirited youth and a powerful, moving, and timely work of social cinema.
HUNT FOR The Wilderpeople, the New Zealand adventure comedy-drama, starring Sam Neill and Julian Dennison, as a father figure and son who become caught in a manhunt, will be screened at the 22nd Junior Galway Film Fleadh.
LISA HANNIGAN, riding high on the critical and commercial success of her No1 At Swim album, has announced details of her new Irish tour, with the opening concert taking place in Galway.
Athlone Film Club is all set to launch its new and exciting 2016-2017 season.
Four children from Mayo are still in with the chance of becoming this year’s overall Doodle 4 Google champion. This year, students were asked to design a Doodle on the theme ‘Ireland Is…’ with the winning Doodle appearing on the Google homepage on Easter Monday, March 28.
MODERN FRENCH cinema classic A Prophet, hit Danish rom-com Love Is All You Need, and the new Russian film Single, can all be seen at SUBTITLE, the annual European weekend film festival at the Town Hall Theatre, from Friday January 29 to Sunday 31.
Well, it has been a very busy few days. For me the highlight was the Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis last Saturday.