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Galway’s first lunchtime food market Le Marché is proving a treat with the business community in the city.
The Galway Future Homes and Building Exhibition takes place in the Radisson SAS Hotel on November 15 and 16. The show is on schedule to be a huge success and will open its doors to the public from 10am to 8pm on Saturday 15 and from 11am to 6pm on Sunday.
Galway Future Homes & Building Exhibition will return in November with inspiration, ideas, advice, and designs for anyone building, extending, or refurbishing their home.
Europe’s first major poker event of 2009 will be held in Galway with coverage on RTE.
Been meaning to get to know your home town a little better? Well here’s your chance. The ‘Discover Athlone’ open day takes place this weekend, offering an array of events and activities to suit all the family. And better still - they’re free!
Pirscilla Murray of Galway was named the best makeover at Make A Star 2008 which took place in the Radisson SAS Hotel on Sunday last. At the event, 18 women and one brave man who each raised €1,000 for Cope received a full hair, beauty, and fashion makeover from some of Ireland’s top stylists. Pirscilla’s personal style coach was Tess Purcell of Style ‘N Mind, hair was by Laura Devlin of Fringe Benefits, make-up by Marian Naughtan also of Fringe Benefits, and outfit supplied by Marian’s.
BRIAN KENNEDY will perform a special concert in the Radisson SAS Hotel on Sunday April 26 at 8.30pm to mark the 25 years of the Galway Rape Crisis Centre.
Diabetes will come under the spotlight this weekend when leading experts in the care and management of the condition will meet to discuss the latest treatments and explore ways to achieve better outcomes for sufferers.
GLAM ROCK legends the New York Dolls and a major dance show by the brilliant Michael Clark, inspired by the Glam era of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Lou Reed, are just two of the many exciting shows, concerts, events, readings, and exhibitions lined up for this year’s Galway Arts Festival, which runs from July 13 to 26.
SIMON JEFFES was resting on a beach in the south of France in 1972, recovering from food poisoning, when he had a strange hallucination of a world devoid of joy or colour, except for a noisy, happy, place called The Penguin Café which had its own house band.