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And now for something completely different...

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THE VODAFONE Comedy Carnival Galway brings some of the biggest acts in international comedy to the city, and also some of the more bizarre. That tradition continues with George Egg, a chef 'completely different’ to any you have come across.

Mind those toes — it’s Strictly Come Dancing Kilcoona Style

Fans of the Strictly Come Dancing television series will be familiar with the grace and precision of dancers such as Brendan Cole, Anton du Beke, Kristina Rihanoff and Aliona Vilani but, as Headford gears up for Strictly Come Dancing Kilcoona Style, rest assured…you ain’t seen nothing yet.

Britain’s Got Talent comes to Galway

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BRITAIN'S GOT Talent, will again be extending its search beyond Britain by seeking Irish hopefuls to take part in this year's contest and TV show.

'The dream is not over'

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To describe Liam Moloney as a fanaticial fan of the TV show Countdown is something of an understatement. Liam has been watching the show religiously since he was a youngster and to appear on the programme has been a lifelong dream. Following three applications, he managed to do just that this week and to acquit himself as well as he did during his time on the show has been an experience beyond his wildest dreams.

Strictly dancers called to shine a second time for charity

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Strictly Come Dancing stars from around the county are being called to do battle on the dancefloor in a bid to be crowned Mayo’s Strictly champion couple.

Belclare’s Kevin Steede a Countdown champ

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A Galway man is making waves on Channel 4 gameshow Countdown. Kevin Steede, who is a native of Belclare, is now one of this year’s most successful contestants after winning eight games in a row. On average per series, only three or four individuals reach this stage of the competition.

Free introduction to computer classes at NUI Galway

NUI Galway’s free Click and Connect introduction to computer classes will resume again on the week beginning 26 January. The classes run for two-hours once a week, over a four week period, providing eight hours of training in total.

Irish Youth Choir seeks Galway members

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THE IRISH youth choir is seeking singers aged between 18 and 28 and auditions for new members will take place in Galway this Saturday.

The woman who would be supernanny?

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LIM JIALE is a very naughty boy with a bad temper and his parents are at the end of their tether in Singaporean film Ilo Ilo. To help handle Jiale, the Lims hire a maid, Terry. Will she prove to be a supernanny?

Castlebar choir on song in national competition

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The senior choir at St Joseph’s Secondary School have hit a high note after qualifying for the regional finals of the RTÉ All Island School Choir Competition.


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