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HANNAH QUINN, daughter of renowned Irish film-maker Bob Quinn, will screen her debut short film, My Bonnie, in the Town Hall Theatre as part of this year's Galway Film Fleadh.
ST NICHOLAS’ Collegiate Church will be filled with the sound of the very first quartet for strings composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven - even if it is numbered as his third.
“BEETHOVEN’S MUSIC is not written for the generation of mankind that reached the moon, or the iphone generation; it goes beyond that; for those yet to come! It is timeless.”
BOB QUINN, the Connemara based film-maker, will be celebrated through song, music, and film at a special event in An Taibhdhearc tomorrow [Friday November 28] at 8pm.
The Sky Road TV & Film Festival has announced details of its inaugural programme, which includes an exciting selection of Irish television and filmmaking talent across features, shorts, documentaries, and new media in English and Irish languages.
See the best of Irish films on stage in a new season of films celebrating Irish culture and literature, Thursdays at the Taibhdhearc.
A NEW book on stone circles in Ireland will be launched this evening at 6pm, by filmmaker, writer, and photographer Bob Quinn, in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, Middle Street.
After many years of poor water quality and on-going campaigning the signing of the contract for the first phase of the Costelloe Regional Water Supply Scheme will be a cause of celebration for the people of Carraroe and surrounding areas, that is according to Independent county councillor Seosamh Ó Cuaig.
The south Bostonian, James Brendan Connolly, was once described by Joseph Conrad as the ‘best sea-story writer in America’. He wrote 19 novels and short stories about ships and sailors at sea, the US navy, submarine patrols in World War I, and the heroic struggles of the Gloucester fishermen on the treacherous Grand Bank and Nova Scotia regions hunting for cod and halibut.
“I used to run shows and gigs in the university, UCG as it was, and I remember Mike from that time as he was big man, but I first met him properly in the 1980s, when the Galway Arts Festival was starting to get a bit of recognition. Back then I had a secretary and I was running around on a bike. Then we applied to the Arts Council to give us a grant so that we could appoint an administrator.