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CLODAGH BOWYER, daughter of legendary Irish singer Brendan Bowyer, will star in The Ferry, which premieres at the Galway Film Fleadh tomorrow at 11.45am in the Town Hall Theatre.
Brendan Smith was honoured as winner of the Cairdeas Award at the inaugural American Chamber of Commerce West Northwest US Ireland Business Conference held at NUI Galway last week. Mr Smith, of the SFI Insight Centre for Data Analytics at NUI Galway, received the award for his outstanding contribution to enabling people, in particular young people and minorities in the west of Ireland, to develop skills in technology, coding, and science.
St Brendan’s College, Belmullett, drove home to All Ireland U19 C Boys Schools League final glory on Wednesday afternoon with a 38-30 point win over O’Carolan College of Nobber.
The greatest family comedian of our generation, Brendan Grace, proudly celebrates 48 years in the entertainment industry and most of this time has been spent at the very top of his profession.
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Labour Party leader Brendan Howlin made a whistle-stop visit to Galway last week, during which he sat with the Galway Advertiser and candidly reflected on Labour’s recent electoral travails while looking forward to restoring the party’s fortunes.
No 60 St Brendan's Avenue is an excellently located mid-terrace townhouse, which has been completely refurbished in recent years. The property is a compact, yet spacious, one bedroom house, with living room, kitchen and bathroom at ground floor level and a large double bedroom at first floor level.
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BRENDAN GRACE, Ireland's much loved and legendary comedian, will bring his It's A Funny Old World show to The Forge Pub, Moycullen, this Saturday at 8pm.
After Brendan Maher lifted the Liam McCarthy Cup high over his head in the Hogan Stand a fortnight ago, he mentioned in his speech that it had been "six long years" for Tipperary waiting for this day. Six years may be a long time in Tipperary, but it was 38 years for Mayo to reach an All Ireland final from the last time they won it in 1951 to their next dance with the girls at the end of the summer in 1989. That particular dance saw Cork go home with girls and since then Mayo have gone back to the same dance hall on six more occasions only to leave by themselves at the end of the night when the jackets were being collected from the cloakroom.