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No matter how lovely your garden is, you must admit that sometimes it would be really convenient if you could just add a roof. Fresh air is all very well and we need the rain for sure, but wouldn’t it be lovely if we could enjoy the garden without the rain actually falling on us while we do it?
A new website specialising in part-time jobs has launched in Galway and aims to make it much easier for employers and candidates to connect in the flexible market.
FOLLOWING THEIR Big Top concert tomorrow night, Kodaline will be heading to HALO to play a DJ set at the Abbeygate Street venue from 11pm.
Exhibit B, one of the flagship events at this years Galway International Arts Festival, has been branded a "racist installation", and a direct appeal has been made to the festival to remove it from its programme, in spite of the fact that the show is currently running in the Black Box Theatre.
MATT BERRY, the velvet voiced, charismatic star of Toast of London, The IT Crowd, and The Mighty Boosh, is among the cast of a new black-comedy, Swansong, which premieres at the Galway Film Fleadh.
THE BEST science-fiction writers do not just write about fantastical worlds in far flung galaxies, their work, be it that of HG Wells, Philip K Dick, or Arthur C Clarke, reflects on the contemporary world, and looks deeply at how technology and society may develop in the future.
Disney Pixar’s Pete Docter, the man who directed Up, and Jonas Rivera, the man who produced that already classic, animated film, will attend the Galway Film Fleadh to screen their new movie Inside/Out.
THE INTERNATIONAL Banff Mountain Film Festival returns to Galway on Tuesday May 26 to screen inspirational and exciting adventure and endurance films at the Town Hall Theatre.
A YOUNG woman finds herself at an unexpected, yet strangely inevitable, crossroads, and in this situation, she has an odd proposal to put to an audience.
PSYCHEDELIC PILL, the acclaimed tribute band to Neil Young, are coming to Monroe’s Live this week, to perform a set by the great Canadian singer-songwriter that concentrates mostly on his classic period between 1968 and 1975.