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Claire-Ann Ní Threasaigh is an experienced and qualified piano teacher who has been teaching piano to students of all ages for more than 20 years. She started studying classical piano at the age of seven in DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, where she completed all ABRSM grades. She then completed her Bachelors Degree in music and English at National University of Ireland, Maynooth, graduating in 2001. Since then she has been teaching piano and theory in many schools throughout Dublin, Kildare, Cork, Limerick, London, and Mayo.
Druid Theatre has announced that their five-star production of The Last Return, Sonya Kelly’s award-winning new comedy, will return to Galway as part of a national tour next spring.
A new analysis of Ireland’s talent pool has found? that Galway’s technology workforce continues to go from strength to strength as employees continue to develop more skills in emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, cybersecurity, data analytics, data ethics and sustainability.
Galway is in a great position to deliver new tourist experiences in the coming years, the city’s first post-Covid tourism briefing event was told this week.
Galway United entertain Athlone Town tomorrow night in Eamon Deacy Park (7.45pm) knowing their fate in the first division play-offs is virtually sealed. Less certain is the make up of their opponents.
Willow Park senior teams continued their respective pre-season campaigns with competitive outings in recent times.
One of the feature races of the meeting takes centre-stage on Wednesday evening with the Galway Plate the highlight of a fabulous third day of action at the 2022 Galway Festival.
Defending champions Galway and old rivals Kilkenny clash in the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship semi-finals on Saturday in Croke Park (5.30pm).
The real stuff starts now. Losing to Galway wasn't ideal - but it has taken Mayo as many games through the back door to get to the same stage as the newly minted Connacht champions.
Supporters of the Galway senior hurlers will be hitting the road to Thurles early on Saturday morning to see the Tribesmen take on Cork in the first of this weekend’s All-Ireland quarter-finals (1.45pm).