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Christmas Crooners at the Town Hall

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“CHRISTMAS CROONERS is guaranteed to get you in the festive mood; singing and swaying all the way home.” So said the Daily Herald about a show coming to Galway.

White Christmas on the big screen

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THE FILM that gave the world one of the best loved of all Christmas songs will be shown in the Town Hall Theatre this Sunday at 3.30pm.

Rat Pack music in town for Christmas Crooners treat

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Prepare to swoon to the croon, Rat Pack style, in the Royal Theatre on Thursday December 18, when the music of Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, and ol’ blue eyes himself, Frank Sinatra, swings into town.

Rat Pack music in town for Christmas Crooners treat

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Prepare to swoon to the croon, Rat Pack style, in the Royal Theatre on Thursday December 18, when the music of Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, and ol’ blue eyes himself, Frank Sinatra, swings into town.

Life and how it is lived - on screen

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DANGEROUS JOURNEYS, complicated love lives, actors dragged out of retirement, and finding a supernanny for a naughty little boy - it is all happening on screen for the Galway Film Society’s autumn/winter season.

John MacNally for Royal Theatre

Distinguished tenor John MacNally will perform in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on June 22.

High Society on the big screen

HIGH SOCIETY, the classic 1956 musical rom-com starring three legends - Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, and Frank Sinatra - is to receive a big screen showing.

Get in the festive mood with the Christmas Crooners

It’s that time of year again - the days are getting shorter; the nights are getting colder, and you’re inundated with a Christmas to-do list as long as your arm. It won’t be long before everything in the house is dripping with tinsel and the pine needles are prickling your toes. Yes, Christmas is definitely just around the corner!

Galway competes to be named the best place to live in Ireland

Galway city faces stiff competition from the likes of Dingle and Clonakilty as judges deliberate on where is the best place to live in Ireland.

Hotel Meyrick celebrates one hundred and sixty years at the heart of hospitality in Galway

Since opening its doors in 1852, the luxury four star Hotel Meyrick which overlooks the historic Eyre Square at the heart of Galway City has welcomed more than six million visitors.

 

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