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It’s that time of year again when Claregalway Community Centre is transformed into a magical theatre for the annual Claregalway Drama Festival. This year the festival runs from tonight March 14 to March 22 inclusive. Nine nights of fantastic theatre for theatre goers and drama enthusiasts with a range of genres being performed, from much loved audience classics to festival premieres.
In the UK general election of December 1918, 73 out of 105 Irish seats were won by Sinn Féin, and in a move to assert Irish sovereignty and the right to self-determination, those 73 MPs refused to take their seats at Westminster.
Paul Kilgannon lives and breathes coaching. The Claregalway native has been donning the whistle, and running the drills all his adult life. He has been the man to inspire teams from kids to adults. As an active member of Carnmore hurling club for decades, he is driven by the desire to impart knowledge to people of all ages playing sport, so that they appreciate it, enjoy it, and learn invaluable lifeskills along the way.
One hundred and forty nine years ago, Captain Wilson Lynch offered the use of one hundred and sixty acres of his family land on the outskirts of Galway city to host the Galway races. Hence the name for the new building which racegoers will see for the first time next week.
MATT KEANE will host his annual Christmas season concerts - now in their 10th year - in the Claregalway Hotel on the Saturday January 6 and Sunday 7.
So confident is Pat Fleming in making your mortgage application effective, he has trademarked the process as “Right first time”.
SPIRIT OF The West - traditional music, songs, and dance, a new show produced and directed by folk singer Matt Keane, along with Colm Naughton, comes to The Claregalway Hotel this month.
Steps are currently being undertaken to begin the development and implementation of an Irish Language Plan in the areas surrounding Galway city.
This time last year, life for a Claregalway man changed forever.
Let’s make that journey with Gerry who suffered serious accident while working voluntarily for community
Communities happen because of the things people do to make them happen. Communities exist because people go out of their way, to offer their skills, to pass on their expertise. It is this coming together that makes living in a small town or village worthwhile.