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What Do You Mean You Haven't Read?

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Pauline O’Reilly

Bard Yard - poetry, music, and an online open mic

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EMERGING AND aspiring Galway poets, along with singer-songwriter Bríd Kenny, will feature in the next Bard Yard, the new monthly open-mic event in the city, currently taking place on-line.

Untimely death of a sporting icon unites community in grief

The untimely death of Baylin resident TP Hickey, has been received with much sadness and grief within the local community and across the Midlands region.

Get into the festive mood at Roscommon Arts Centre

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If you are looking for something a little bit different to get you into the festive mood, then a trip to Xnthony’s Xmas show at Roscommon Arts Centre this Saturday evening (December 7) could be just what the doctor ordered.

Athlone Film Club presents ‘The Midwife’

Next up as part of Athlone Film Club's new season is the Martin Provost directed The Midwife, which will show at the Dean Crowe Theatre on Tuesday, November 14, from 8pm.

Athlone mourns Michael Talty

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Athlone is mourning the death of well-known local chef Michael Talty, whose body was retrieved from the River Shannon on Sunday.

Cats, ghosts, and disastrous dinner parties

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TURKISH CATS, a dinner party that goes wrong, spiritual journeys, haunted houses, mysterious strangers, and moral dilemmas - all will feature in the impressive line-up of movies from around the world, that make up the Galway Film Society's autumn/winter 2017 season.

Galway to host Ireland's longest one day swim in July

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The 12th annual Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim, in aid of Cancer Care West, takes place on Saturday July 22, and more than 100 swimmers are expected to take part.

Tabletopping Compántas Lir stage two city performances of Proof before they head for All-Ireland

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Tabletopping Compántas Lir, the Claregalway/Carnmore drama group head to the All-Ireland Drama Finals in Castleblayney later this month having amassed the most points among all the confined drama groups in Ireland for their production of the David Auburn play Proof.

Tabletopping Compántas Lir stage two city performances of Proof before they head for All-Ireland

Tabletopping Compántas Lir, the Claregalway/Carnmore drama group head to the All-Ireland Drama Finals in Castleblayney later this month having amassed the most points among all the confined drama groups in Ireland for their production of the David Auburn play Proof.

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