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“The man who was Wreck-it Ralph just phoned and he’ll ring back in 10 minutes” hollered my excited daughter through the living room window that she had expressly opened for hollering purposes.
JOHN C REILLY, the American movie star and comedian, known for his brilliant character acting in Boogie Nights, The Hours, Chicago, and Walk Hard: the Dewey Cox Story, can also list singer and songwriter to his list of talents.
JOHN C REILLY, the American actor best known for his roles in Guardians of the Galaxy, Anchorman 2, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Wreck It Ralph, and Chicago, for which he received an Oscar nomination, is coming to the Galway Film Fleadh.
A community engagement workshop to discuss plans for the Easter Rising centenary celebrations will take place at the Galway City Museum this Thursday evening (June 4). A steering committee has been appointed by Galway City Council to oversee the celebrations in the city next year. This committee will engage with local communities and arts organisations to devise a programme to commemorate the Rising.
SEANIE VAUGHAN, the Connemara folk-rock/indie singer-songwriter has seen his second album Redemption reach No 11 in the Irish indie charts, and he will play songs from that record in Monroe's Live on Saturday June 20 at 9pm.
IT HAS been said elsewhere, but bears repeating, that Galway city is probably the most important character in Máire T Robinson’s debut novel Skin Paper Stone, published by New Island.
The village of Cong in County Mayo is famous as the location where much of The Quiet Man was filmed. Although you can retrace the steps of the actors throughout the town, Cong is so much more than just a movie set for tourists. The village is small and intimate with friendly pubs. There are the ruins of the old abbey right in the town to explore, and a path along the river where you can stroll through one of the loveliest woods. Adjacent to the village stands the dramatic and magnificent Ashford Castle. Dating from the 12th century, you are able to stroll around the grounds and get a feeling of what Ireland was like hundreds of years ago. For all the elegance and splendour of the castle, you should consider looking further afield for lunch. Sure, it has speciality teas, champagne, and finger sandwiches, and there may be talk of tasty pastries and cupcakes, but after many decades in the shadows of the grandeur of Ashford Castle, Cong is at last is defining itself and carving out an identity of its own.
OLIVER DOLLAR, the Berlin born and based producer/DJ, has over the last three years become a staple of the house music scene, and he is coming to Galway to play the Electric Main Floor tonight from 11pm.
Of all of the many hundreds of treasures and interesting artefacts on display in the Museum of Country Life, Turlough, it was a simple, scuffed, tin teapot that most enthralled the United States Ambassador to Ireland, Kevin F O’Malley, when he visited the museum on Monday.
LEADING BRITISH DJ and producer Alex Arnout is coming to Galway to DJ at the Basement Project clubnight in The Cellar Bar on Friday April 24 at 9pm.