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FOLLOWING THE release of his latest album, Magic Nights, the great Christy Moore has announced his return to Galway next year, with a concert in Leisureland, Salthill, on Friday August 14.
Dominick Street lost one of its longest residents when businesswoman Carmel Flaherty passed away recently. Her sudden death was a great shock to her neighbours and friends on the street and she will be greatly missed by them.
HAILED AS "a beautiful portrait of young Irish manhood," by the Sunday Independent, and a "one-man show whirlwind," by the Edinburgh Reporter, Philip Doherty’s acclaimed drama, Pilgrim, starring Rex Ryan, comes to the Town Hall next week.
Widely revered as one of Ireland’s finest interpreters of song, Seán Tyrrell is in the Town Hall Theatre studio next week with Message of Peace, his celebration of Irish hero John Boyle O’Reilly (1844-1890).
The funeral will take place today in Moycullen of Theresa McDonagh, who died after being attacked by two dogs in the area last weekend.
One of Galway’s best loved businesses is Ernie’s Fruit and Veg in Sea Road, which has been a central fixture in the west end community for more than 40 years. The shop was founded and is still run by Ernie Deacy, ably assisted by his son Ernest jr and daughter Annemarie, while his other son, Paul, owns Bell, Book and Candle just around the corner.
The national premiere of Outside Mullingar, by Irish-American John Patrick Shanley, will take place in Athlone Little Theatre this Sunday May 22, and will run until the following Saturday, May 28.
The national premiere of Outside Mullingar, by Irish-American John Patrick Shanley will take place in Athlone Little Theatre on Sunday May 22, and will run until the following Saturday, May 28.
MICK HANLY, one of Ireland's greatest songwriters, plays the Town Hall Theatre on Sunday May 8 at 8pm, joined by Donal Lunny, to perform songs from his new album, Homeland.
Carmel Flaherty unlocked the recently bolted-up front door to her shop on Dominick Street so that she could stand in the open doorway for a commemorative photograph to be taken.