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THE GALWAY Film Fleadh concluded last night with the premiere of An Klondike, a movie version of a four-part mini series to be aired on TG4 later in the year. The first Irish western, and with dialogue mostly as Gaeilge, this is an incredibly ambitious undertaking.
DJS, MUSICIANS, and music journalists will spin favourite 7” vinyl records in the Róisín Dubh next week in support of gay marriage and in aid of the YesEquality campaign.
Corofin's All-Ireland club football winning midfielder Daithí Burke will not be available to the county football squad this season as he is going to focus his inter-county aspirations totally with Anthony Cunningham's hurlers over the coming months.
Corofin and Milltown have been drawn to face each other in one of the upcoming county football semi-finals, while in the other semi-final, Barna will face St Michael’s in a novel pairing after both sides had impressive victories over Caherlistrane and Annaghdown respectively last weekend.
This weekend the Galway hurlers put away their club colours after a hectic few weeks of domestic action, and don the maroon and white again when they take their 2014 championship bow on Sunday against Laois in the Leinster quarter-final at Portlaoise (4pm).
It was a wet and wild Sunday night and a storm was brewing up outside. Inside however, it was a different story, a magical one at that. The final pieces of Cloonliffen’s Magical Christmas Jigsaw were coming together. This was it. This was the first time the whole school had come together to perform a musical as one. Lights at the ready, microphones at the ready, but alas, they had to wait for that last flash of lightning before the annual Cloonliffen show could begin.
THE INTERSTELLAR electro-indie of Le Galaxie, the techo/house meets trad meets post rock of Daithí, and the propulsive indie rock of Funeral Suits make up the 2013 FMC Tour.
The principal of the primary school in Sonna declared himself “still on cloud nine” after it was revealed this week that he was getting “a completely brand new school”.
HE HAS been called “the baby faced DJ” and a “hair flicking bundle of energy” but never overlook that Daithí is a young man passionate about music, its creation, and in bending, twisting, and shaping sounds into exciting slabs of electro fused indie-pop.
The Galway u-21 football panel will head down to Limerick this Saturday afternoon with the prime objective of collecting another All-Ireland at that grade for the county.