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‘The capital, Galway, is a terrible place. It has of course St Nicholas, one of the few remaining preReformation churches; the frontispiece of a Renaissance town house erected as a gateway to the public park; and a medieval fortified house about which they tell the well-known story of the Lynch who hanged his own son when the sheriff wasn't available. At least once a year while I was director of the Abbey theatre we got a play on that. From Miss Edgeworth's account of her travels to Galway it would appear that as a theme for tragedy it was popular a hundred years ago. But even before that I had a lively hatred of the town....'
IN PERSON shows, online events, festivals, and concerts - after a long absence, it is all happening once again at the Town Hall Theatre.
With summer now in in full bloom, the teams at the Connacht Hospitality Group have transformed all their al fresco dining options throughout the group.
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With summer now in in full “bloom”, the teams at the Connacht Hospitality group have transformed all their al fresco dining options throughout the Group. From the new Heineken Garden in An Púcán, the bustling 1520 outdoor space in the heart of the Latin quarter, the trendy HYDE Bar bringing style to Forster Street, to the breath-taking views from Galway Bay Golf Resort and the very talented team at the Connacht Hotel who have created fantastic outdoor space, with beautiful furniture custom made using recycled materials.
Connacht Rugby will face another European clash with English premiership side Leicester Tigers in next season’s Heineken Cup.
A new look rugby competition for Ireland's provinces will begin next season. With a change of name, format, sponsor and competitors, the United Rugby Championship takes over from the Guinness PRO14.
Because most people in Brigid Kavanagh’s farming community near Strokestown, Co Roscommon, did not have a radio in September 1939, no one knew that war was declared between Britain and Germany until some time later.
For the second year running, the Galway International Arts Festival will take place in the autumn, with the city’s premiere arts events running from August 28 to September 18.