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BRENDAN O’CARROLL’S riotous comedy play The Course will be performed in An Taibhdhearc by Mountbellew drama group The Malthouse Players.
NUI Galway has joined the growing list of sponsors of Connacht Rugby to help promote both sporting and academic excellence.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and US President Barrack Obama should be invited to come back to Ireland and include Galway on their itinerary according to new Mayor Terry O’Flaherty.
A selection of bands will hit the stage to present a tribute to ace guitarist Dave Prim on Friday November 25, in the Set Theatre Langtons. The night of entertainment is to acknowledge the roll that Dave played in the music scene over the last 40 years or more.
Our image today is of an original drawing done in 1958 by Belfast artist Raymond Piper (now deceased) of the beautiful staircase in the Great Southern Hotel. When one entered the hotel, the reception desk was to the left, there was a small corridor leading to the dining room on the left, and another leading to the bar on the right. Just past these was a comfortable lounge area, and at the end of this was this magnificent staircase leading to reception rooms upstairs, and directly to the station platform.
For everything to furnishing the nursery with cots, changing units, wardrobes, toys, buggies and car seats; Babycare, Chapel Street, Castlebar will have something for all your baby’s needs.
A farmer charged with animal neglect left court without conviction this week after it was heard a “hero” neighbour had helped out with tending his animals for almost two years.
July 4 1929 was an important day in the history of rowing in this country, and particularly in this part of the country, because that was the day that Emmetts Rowing Club from Menlo brought the first senior eights championship trophy to Galway. Almost all the members of the crew were native Irish speakers and all lived locally and worked by the river. During a very wet spring when they could do very little farmwork, someone suggested to them that as boatmen, if they were all put into a racing eight, they would be able to take on any crew.
The people of Kilkenny are in for a treat as the one and only Brendan O’Carroll hits Hotel Kilkenny on November 19 with his new show How’s Your Wobbly Bits?