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Meehan’s Londis in Glenamaddy will soon celebrate 10 years in business providing the best quality customer service, excellent value across its product range, and a dedication to the local community.
Holland’s Londis has established a welcoming atmosphere, quality customer service, and strong ties to the local community of Oughterard and its surroundings for 30 years.
Hughes’ Londis Plus in Mountbellew has established a long tradition of excellence in terms of customer service and a dedication to the local community.
The cream of Ireland’s artistic talent will gather in Athlone on the first weekend of October for the 14th annual Athlone Literary Festival.
Acclaimed Irish novelist, storyteller, and playwright Pat McCabe will host a special evening of conversation and readings at this year’s Athlone Literary Festival.
THERE ARE some big shows to look forward to in the Galway Arts Festival and in terms of cast-size alone Galway Youth Theatre and Galway Community Theatre’s The Adventures of Shay Mouse is right up there.
Neil Jordan returns to the vampire film for the first time in almost 20 years with Byzantium, but he does so on his own terms - reinventing and challenging the genre in a story centred around two women, who could be sisters, but who are actually mother and daughter.
On Tuesday second generation Ballinrobe retailer Rob Murphy presented to the Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, addressing the challenges town centres are facing due to restrictive parking regimes. Mr Murphy of Murphy’s Centra, Ballinrobe, spoke as part of a delegation from RGDATA, the representative association for independent family grocers.
THE COLOURFUL life and remarkable career of singer Josef Locke is celebrated in a new show, Blaze Away!, which comes to the Town Hall this Saturday at 8pm.
As the Renmore Panto prepares to see out 2012 in its usual colourful style, for the rest of Galway’s theatre community it’s time to pack away the greasepaint, well-thumbed scripts, and assorted props and costumes, and reflect upon another year of enterprising and imaginative dramatic activity. It has been a year with some indelible highlights, both from locally-based companies and visiting ensembles, and continuing displays of commitment, energy, and imagination from the city’s smaller and emergent troupes which itself merits a standing ovation given the straitened financial circumstances under which they operate.