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Hannibal Lecter's favourite forms centrepiece of Music for Galway’s 41st International Concert Season opener
Moate-native, Jamie O’Rourke, has been selected as a finalist in the Virgin Media Discovers & Screen Ireland Short Film competition for his film ‘Calf’, the script telling the story of a near fatal farm accident that leaves teenager Cáit with a terrible decision to make in order to do what she must to protect her family.
Last week saw Athlone software company, Mersus Technologies winning the ‘Best Training & Development Program’ category at the annual Irish Manufacturing Research, Manufacturing and Supply Chain awards, the government body for research in Ireland’s vibrant advanced manufacturing industries.
The Never Too Old Charity Shop and Claregalway and District Daycare Centrein Claregalway will hold an introductory hour for potential volunteers at 6pm on Thursday 29 September.
I think its the best titled film to be released since… There Will Be Blood? I was hoping the film would live up to its great title. Unfortunately I had heard mixed things. Neither a comedy nor a horror.
Q: At an interview I attended last week, I felt the panel had designated one interviewer as a ‘good cop’, while another played the role of ‘bad cop’. Maybe I’m wrong, but that’s how it looked and felt to me. The good cop would ask the soft question and the bad cop would follow up with some probing ones. He always appeared unconvinced by my replies. I battled away as best I could, but I suspect they noticed my growing exasperation. How should I have handled this? (KL, email).
The funeral takes place tomorrow in the city of the celebrated artist, playwright, novelist and poet, Patricia Burke Brogan who passed away in Castlegar Nursing Home earlier this week.
Christy Moore returned to Leisureland Galway for an evening of songs and bonus anecdotes in a sell out show Friday, September 2.
The EYE Cinema in Wellpark is thrilled to bring to Galway the National Theatre Live’s new production of Shakespeare’s timeless tale ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ for one night only on Thurs September 8 at 7pm.
In good summer weather, there is a risk of dirt and damage occurring to vehicles from sun exposure, tree sap and bug splats.