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STEP BACK in time to the cinema of the 1920s, when films had no soundtrack and were accompanied by live music, when the classic 1926 silent film The General is screened in Galway.
EVERY YEAR, Stephen Frost’s Improv All Stars - Stephen Frost, Steve Steen, Andy Smart, Ian Coppinger - play Vodafone Comedy Carnival and every year, and, as Hot Press has noted, "They get better than ever."
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes Pollinore, Cummer, Corofin, to the market for sale by private treaty. This is a large, bright, Hamptons-style detached home. Originally constructed in 2005, the property has only recently been completely finished by the current owners and offers an abundance of space totalling approximately 336sq m (3,617sq ft).
The innovative team behind Claregalway 2020 is hosting an event at Halloween that looks at the legends of the season in the many cultures that now live in the city and county.
Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo, Lisa Chambers, has expressed frustration with the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation for failing to outline how many interested parties have visited the new technology facility on the Breaffy road in Castlebar.
Ballina Lions Club will present a screening of Black 47, Lance Daly’s film about the Irish Famine, in Ballina Arts Centre on Tuesday October 9.
The Prince Bar, Athlone, hosted their second comedy night on Friday, September 27, with Farmer Michael and Kathleen headlining the night with support provided by Paul Murphy, Therese Cahill and Johnny Graham.
Hotbuckle Theatre Company return to Roscommon Arts Centre on Tuesday, October 9 at 8pm, bringing their inventiveness, humour and unique magic to Charlotte Brontë’s compelling tale Jane Eyre.
IT IS October, the evenings are getting longer, and it is drawing ever closer to the witching season and Halloween...what better time for the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children to stage a play about Dracula...
JOE ROONEY has the best quiff in the business, a hairstyle that says, ‘I’m here to party’. Any time spent in Joe’s company is a party, and he makes a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh next week.