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To think of Christmas is to think of shepherds and lambs, an ox and an ass, angels and a star, kings from the East with their rich gifts, wicked King Herod, and the providential escape to Egypt of the Holy Family. But most of all it is to think of a mother and her child.
Who wouldn’t love the gift of me-time in spirit one, or them-time for a weekend without the kids, or us-time for an enjoyable evening together over a leisurely meal? Gift vouchers are available online, delivered straight to your inbox, or in person from the hotel’s pop up Christmas shop, where they will happily look after all your Christmas shopping with beautifully presented gift vouchers with their new order and collect service.
Look after the little things in life. Because one day the time will come when you realise they are the big things.
THE ANNUAL concert of sacred music for Good Friday returns to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, with a performance of Heinrich Schütz’s setting of the last words of Christ on the cross: Die Sieben Worte Jesu Christi Am Kreuz.
Look after the little things in life.
Are you stressed out trying to choose the perfect gift for a loved one? Why not give the gift of travel – Fahy Travel Worldchoice travel vouchers can be used against any package holiday, city break, or a cruise holiday.
LAST SATURDAY afternoon the Town Hall Theatre bar hosted the opening of Timeless, a delightful exhibition of paintings by Kathy Ross, inspired by her locality of Coolreagh, near Tuam.
GOSPEL RISING Music Festival, Ireland's biggest gospel music and choral festival, comes to Galway, for a weekend of concerts, workshops, and interactive events, with artists and mentors from Britain, Spain, and Ireland.
THE SEVEN Last Words of Christ, Haydn’s celebrated work, exploring Christ’s anguish on the cross, and more broadly, on suffering and the human condition, will be performed in Galway this month.
What wonderful Christmas weather we have had this year. I know I said it before, but it bears further repetition. Everyone could travel; everyone could go out; everyone could walk or drive wherever they wanted to. It was just marvellous, thank God, and eased the load for so many.