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Sugarbeat festival to take place over two days

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THE SECOND SugarBeat Music Festival has been expanded into a two-day event in response to the success of last year's festival, and will take place in Tuam Stadium on Saturday August 22 and Sunday 23.

Claremorris claim title after epic encounter

It took just two games and two rounds of extra time for the gladiators from Claremorris and Ballina Stephenites in the Mayo GAA u21 final. On Sunday afternoon, it was the men from south Mayo who emerged victorious and claimed their first A championship at this grade.

Final four in Saturday night showdowns

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The last of the big titles to be given out in Mayo football will be handed out on Sunday week, all going well, with the final of the MD Roofing Services Mayo u21 football championship pencilled in for that date. Before then tomorrow night, Saturday, November 29 there is the small matter of the two semi-finals in the competition down for decision in Elverys MacHale Park.

Othello and An Triail for schools

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SHAKESPEARE’S TRAGIC drama of jealousy, racism, and betrayal, Othello, and the Máiréad Ní Ghráda’s An Triail are to be staged by Fíbín Theatre Company.

Community Diary

Easter party for aware

Tale of a Tiger from Malawito Galway

WHILE THE Galway Arts Festival may be taking most of the headlines these days, the Galway Fringe Festival is also doing itself proud with a programme bursting at the seams with music, exhibitions, theatre, and much more besides.

Out and About in Mayo

Two exhibitions at the Custom House

Woody Allen’s Writer’s Block to receive Irish premiere in Town Hall

“I LIKE writing. It keeps my mind off grim subjects. It’s therapeutic in the same way a patient in an institution is given fingerpaints,” so said film maker, writer, actor, and playwright Woody Allen in a 2005 interview.

A Yorkshire man in Galway

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On October 22 1959 an unusual play opened at the Royal Court theatre, London; a theatre never afraid to be different. It had after all presented John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger* three years previously - a play which rocked the establishment, and transformed English drama for ever. The critics adored it, it played to full houses every night, and it made lots of money for everyone concerned.

Teaching drama to be broadcast on radio next week

The trials and tribulations of finding a teaching job in today's cut-throat market are to be aired in a brand new radio drama on Galway Bay FM next Tuesday, Augist 31.

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