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Noirin’s ‘can-do’ approach sees launch of CD for hospice

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Being struck twice by breast cancer in the space of seven years has given Noirin Gannon something of a determination to grasp all the opportunities life presents with both hands.

Rhythms in May for Western Care

Rhythms in May, a variety concert presented by Annette Griffin and John Staunton in support of Western Care Association, will take place in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, on Thursday May 2.

Out & About in Mayo

Choir fundraiser for Louisburgh Order of Malta tonight

Lunch and lyrics at Ashford Castle

Ashford Castle has introduced a new monthly Sunday lunch musical event.

Lunch and Lyrics at Ashford Castle

As the chill sets in, escape for a magnificent Sunday lunch in the Ashford Castle’s George V Restaurant where you will enjoy sumptuous food while listening to your favourite musical melodies, in the company of resident entertainers, Annette Griffin and Brendan O’Byrne.

Mayo singers in Galway charity concert

A Midsummer Melodies charity concert in aid of children’s cancer charity CDs Helping Hands will take place on Galway July 2 in the Galway Bay Hotel. Featuring Mayo artists and organised by JCI - part of a worldwide young people’s leadership and personal development non-profit organisation, this concert will see performances from Sean Costello – tenor, Brendan O’Byrne – pianist and musical director, Annette Griffin – Singer – harpist and entertainer, Darragh McGann - lyrical baritone, Frank Naughton - tenor, Sheelagh Chadwick – soprano, GoGoshka Kinkladze – pianist, Buck Taylor – Ballina native, and Keith McDonald. Tickets at €30 per person include a wine reception and light buffet.

JCI Galway announces ‘Mid Summer Melodies’ concert for cancer charity

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JCI Galway in partnership with children’s cancer charity for the West, CD’s Helping Hands has announced details of their upcoming benefit concert Mid Summer Melodies which is taking place on Friday July 2, in the Galway Bay Hotel.

Enjoy a concert of Summer Airs

IT IS the month of May and officially summertime, so why not welcome in the new season at the Summer Airs concert in the Town Hall Theatre on Friday May 14 at 8pm.

Jumping headfirst into middle age

Phew. That’s it. That’s the last issue of the first 39 years of the Galway Advertiser completed. from next week, the newspaper turns 40. Which means it will be probably have to be grumpier and slightly more balding. It will have to moan and groan even more, and have the odd midlife crisis.

Jumping headfirst into middle age

Phew. That’s it. That’s the last issue of the first 39 years of the Galway Advertiser completed. from next week, the newspaper turns 40. Which means it will be probably have to be grumpier and slightly more balding. It will have to moan and groan even more, and have the odd midlife crisis.

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