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Macnas will Danse Macabre through the streets of Galway city during the October Bank Holiday Weekend, unleashing curiosity, fear, grief, love, laughter, and one hell of a party along the way.
Every College of Naturopathic Medicine student or graduate has a personal story of why he/she decided on this career path. Mine was presented to me in a day of ‘signs’.
Engineers Ireland West Region (representing engineers in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon) will host an exciting course in GMIT during February and March 2017 which will explore the contribution of the engineering profession to the development and protection of our culture and our heritage, with a particular focus on local heritage.
POP GODS and Cafolla & Engel will play HALO this weekend, with Pop Gods playing tomorrow night, while DJ and saxophone duo Cafolla & Engel hit the stage on Saturday.
THE IMPRESSIONISTS, the French movement that heralded the beginnings of modern art in the late 19th century, are among the world's best loved painters, whose works sell for millions of dollars.
Mass will be offered at Our Lady’s Grotto, Ceide Fields, Ballycastle on Friday July 12 at 6pm.
UNNATURAL ESOTERIC, the new exhibition by Galway artist Louise Manifold opens in the Galway Arts Centre tomorrow at 6pm and it will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in her hometown.
The award-winning Strip collection by Aquamass is part furniture and part sculpture, comprising practical bathroom furniture in smooth, elegant curves and born from designer Michel Boucquillon’s desire to create a bathtub collection representing sensuality, warmth, and serenity.
From the edge of fiery volcanoes to the quiet, contemplative Sheela Na Gig, Carmel Mooney’s brilliantly vibrant artworks are as enticing as they are breathtaking.
IN 1968, several teams of people were sent around Madison, New Jersey, in cars, stopping at various gas stations and asking the attendants to swap the tyres around on the car.