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The race to become the next Mayo senior football manager will move into its next stage with the interview committee being put in place this week by Mayo GAA to interview the four candidates for the position.
FOUR STAR PIZZA’S new CEO Colin Hughes has named Galway as a possible location for one or more new stores to be opened by the company over the next three years.
Bru Theatre are looking for singers for a new project this September. In collaboration with the Town Hall Theatre and composer Katie Richardson, Bru are looking for people who like to sing to join them in creating an exciting, cross cultural community choir performance this September.
Good news for comedy fans in Galway city. Róisín Dubh Comedy have decided to keep the laughs coming at their weekly Tigh He-He comedy club, every Thursday throughout August to see out the summer with some top stand-up. Initially launched in early May as a pop-up comedy club, Tigh He-He has proven a hit through the summer with four different comedians each week.
Featuring a wealth of clubs from the Republic of Ireland and the UK, the Willow Park U15 football squad performed admirably to secure a third placed finish in the recently hosted prestigious O’Neill’s Foyle Cup
Portaferry singer-songwriter Ryan McMullan whose album-making was the basis for a documentary at last year's Galway Film Fleadh, releases his new single ‘Wilder’ tomorrow.
Galway's Liam Shaw finished a terrific season with a gold medal at Schools' International SIAB event in Belfast at the weekend
OCAP Oughterard Courthouse Arts Programme will host In These Moments, a solo exhibition featuring artist Tory Irvine. opening tomorrow Friday July 15 from 7-9pm.
From the cages of Long Kesh in the 1970s, to the lecture halls and classrooms of NUI Galway this century, a love of writing and a passionate belief in the importance of education has been central in the life of Paddy McMenamin.
Galway harper Kathleen Loughnane, piper Cormac Cannon and poet Emily Cullen will be performing as part of the Harps Alive?An Chruit Bheo?Harps Leevin festival in Belfast this weekend, with Emily also journeying to Dublin for the Edward Bunting Remembered closing performance on July 26 at 3pm.