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William of Orange had a major impact on the history of this city, so I presume it was after him that three streets in Galway were named, Williamsgate Street, William Street, and the one in our photograph, William Street West.
MARY BLACK and Dolores Keane, and an outstanding cast of trad/folk musicians, will be in concert at The Salthill Hotel on Sunday May 11 at 8pm.
This month marks the commencement of the 11th year of the Over The Edge series of monthly literary readings run by poets Susan Millar DuMars and Kevin Higgins. Founded as a platform for emergent writers, OTE has showcased the work of some 300 authors since its inception. An impressive statistic in itself, no less impressive is the fact that more than 40 of the OTE readers have gone on to have their work published in book form. The high quality and lively diversity of their writing is much to the fore in the recently published Over The Edge, the First Ten Years, An Anthology of Fiction and Poetry from Salmon Poetry.
CBRE and joint agents Mullery auctioneers have confirmed their instructions to offer The Crane Bar, Sea Road, Galway, for sale. The property is offered with a reduced guide price of offers in excess of €550,000.
DO YOU feel that everywhere you go you cannot escape mention of Euro 2012? For people not in thrall to the ‘beautiful game’ the Cabaret Cafe present the The Same Old Story, a theatre piece, at the Crane Bar on Sunday June 10 at 7pm.
THE CRANE Bar’s Mná Mná gigs return tonight at 9pm with performances from Peneleapaí, Miriam O’Donohue, and Niceol Blue.
THE CRANE Bar will host the launch of 123 Songs, a DVD and CD archive collection of Irish song, tomorrow from 9pm.
At the October meeting of Stirling Council a motion was passed declaring a cultural agreement between Galway and Stirling. The motion an exact replica of a motion proposed by Labour Councillor Billy Cameron at the June meeting of Galway City Council, is not a twinning arrangement but focuses on the exchange of ideas, cultural heritage, social, recreational, educational, sporting and other activities between both communities.
TONIGHT, THE Crane Bar welcomes a special performer who will be well known to many of us for varying reasons. While Maria Doyle Kennedy has starred in some of the most popular films and television series of the past two decades, tonight this multifaceted talent will bring her musical gifts to an enthralled Galway audience. Since breaking onto our screens playing Natalie in The Commitments in 1991, Maria has gone on to feature in The General as well as prominent roles in television series such as The Tudors and Dexter, not forgetting the “great honour” of appearing in an episode of Father Ted.
MICK CREHAN has been at the helm of The Crane Bar on Sea Road for a decade and to celebrate this milestone, the venue will host a party running from Thursday to Sunday.