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Theatre review: DruidShakespeare

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IN RECENT years Druid Theatre Company has shown itself the master of largescale theatrical projects with both DruidSynge and DruidMurphy. Yet in both cases it was dealing with playwrights in whose work it already had a deep grounding, writers and plays that could be said to be part of the company’s DNA.

Search is on for Galway’s ‘Ultimate Titanorak’

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A ‘Titanorak’ is a person obsessed with the RMS Titanic, who knows all there is to know about the ship, but is still determined to find out more. Now the search is on for Galway’s most passionate Titanic enthusiast.

Galway marks its link to the Titanic with replica ship standing proud on the prom

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Galway does not have the same connection to the RMS Titanic as does Belfast or Cork, but there were nine Galwegians aboard the doomed liner, and they are being commemorated throughout August.

Corrib sea swim will add to Volvo spectacle

The fifth annual Corrib Open Sea Swim in Salthill will take place this year on June 30.

Super Seconds take the Leinster League title Kilkenny’s Seconds

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Although Kilkenny Firsts secured a place in next seasons Leinster Division 2 by beating opponents Gorey (34 -13) in Foulkstown on Saturday, this week the spotlight must be shone brightly on Kilkenny Seconds who beat Gorey Seconds in the Leinster Seconds Provincial League Cup final.

Disappointing result for seconds but still in the running for League title


First’s miss golden opportunity to move up on league table

With only seven points separating Kilkenny from the top of the table, a win and a bonus point against Roscrea in Streamstown on Sunday was vital to reduce this gap and put a buffer zone between them and the bottom half of the table.

Clon stroll to victory over All Blacks

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Help St Pat’s by going to the dogs

The St Patrick’s School Parents Association is hosting a fund-raising Buster night at the Galway Greyhound track on Friday, October 3.

Barrowsiders are close to All-Ireland glory

Carlow under-21 hurlers will play Kerry in the All-Ireland under 21 B final at Nenagh this Saturday at 3.30pm. On route, Carlow defeated Meath in the Leinster semi-final, Westmeath in the final, and three weeks ago, they defeated Donegal in the All-Ireland semi-final.

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