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NUIG One Act Play series

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THE NUI Galway Jerome Hynes One Act Play series, part of NUIG Theatre Week, will see eight new plays performed tomorrow from 6pm in the Cube Theatre, Áras na Mac Léinn.

The world is on screen

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FAMILY DRAMAS, WWII, gender identity, comic adventures, and examinations of Australian and Russian society will be played out on-screen as part of the Galway Film Society’s winter/spring season of films at the Town Hall Theatre.

Emma reaches target weight with Slimming World

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Sixteen-year-old Emma from Athlone joined Slimming World in late July. It was annoying her that she was different to everyone else and was bigger than the other girls in school. However, she never did anything about it, always making excuses like “I’m under so much pressure now, I’ll start next summer”. Of course, when summer came around, there was some new excuse.

Emma loses weight and gets back her health

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Sixteen-year-old Emma from Athlone joined Slimming World in late July. It was annoying her that she was different to everyone else and was bigger than the other girls in school. However, she never did anything about it, always making excuses like “I’m under so much pressure now, I’ll start next summer”. Of course, when summer came around, there was some new excuse.

Film Fleadh to screen new Pat Shortt film Life’s a Breeze

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The Galway Film Fleadh will mark its 25th anniversary next month when the film festival screens the world premiere of Life’s a Breeze, starring Pat Shortt and Fionnula Flanagan.

The dark power of the supernatural

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ONE OF the most sensational murder trials in late 19th century Ireland was that of Bridget Cleary in 1895, who was burned alive by her husband and cousins, who sincerely believed she was a ‘changeling’.

Martin Staunton & The Lost Parade @ Monroe’s

MARTIN STAUNTON & The Lost Parade will bring their folk-rock styled sound to Monroe’s Live this Saturday at 8pm.

Twenty years not out

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Twenty years is a long time in any individual’s journey through life. And 1989 seems like a different planet compared to some of the advances and negatives that we have experienced in the country over the past two decades.

Twenty years, not out

Twenty years, is a very long time in any individual’s journey through life. And1989 seems like a different planet compared to some of the advances and negatives that we have experienced in the country over the past two decades. Cork won the All-Ireland football championship that year, whereas Mayo will feel that they should have if Anthony Finnerty’s genuine goal opportunity had flashed into the net. How foot-balling history would have changed then, as John O’Mahony would probably never have left his native land to join Leitrim and then Galway had they won that joust. It was also the year of the famous “Keady Affair” in hurling. Names like Pat Fox, Larry Tompkins, John Kerins, RIP, T.J. Kilgannon, the Bonnars, Willie Joe Padden and the only man to win a senior football and hurling All-Ireland in the same year - Teddy McCarthy - were idols to look up to and the Irish soccer chant of “Ole, Ole, Ole” was only in its infancy.

vote for Kilkenny's young health artist

A dramatic sea cave tragedy in Belderrig will feature in the first episode of a six-part RTÉ series Rescue which airs on Sunday April 5 at 7.30pm on RTÉ One.

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