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Seoda - Treasure of the Wetlands exhibition opens in Mullingar

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Tina Claffey, photographic artist and resident of Birr, Co Offaly, launches her current exhibition in the Atrium space of the Áras and Chontae, Mullingar.

Ballina Chamber is working hard for exporters

Ballina Chamber of Commerce is a key resource for local companies seeking to trade internationally or expand their operations overseas. The chamber is licensed to authorise official international trade documentation for foreign destinations that include Iran, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation, Botswana, and Ukraine.

Candice Gordon @ Monroe’s Live

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THE MUSIC and songs of Candice Gordon embraces a diverse array of sounds, from Tex-Mex to New Orleans rhythms to Ennio Morricone to Tom Waits.

Laugh Out Loud to be filmed at the Royal Theatre

The team at the Royal Theatre was very chuffed when they heard the news that the live show on Saturday is to be filmed for Conal Gallen’s new DVD. The show Laugh Out Loud, is one of the funniest shows Conal has undertaken to-date, and is littered with hilarious jokes, stories and songs, performed in a style this is unique.

Laugh out loud with one of Ireland’s favourite comics Conal Gallen

Just coming off the back of his record-breaking stand-up television show, Conal Gallen – Laugh Out Loud, one of Ireland’s top comedians is coming to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, for what promises to be one of the funniest shows you are ever likely to see. He will be appearing in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Saturday February 9 at 8pm. Tickets cost €30.

Laugh out loud with one of Ireland’s favourite comics Conal Gallen

Just coming off the back of his record-breaking stand-up television show, Conal Gallen – Laugh Out Loud, Ireland’s number one comedian, is coming to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar, for what promises to be one of the funniest shows you are ever likely to see. He will be appearing in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Saturday, February 9 at 8pm. Tickets cost €30.

Under the African skies

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Elaine Divilly spent two months working in Zambia project managing a block production and building development as part of the Alan Kerins African Projects. In the process, she learned a lot about the realities of Africa and herself too.

 

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