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Apache Café offering customers a wealth of tempting dining options

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Recently opened in the heart of Athlone, Apache Café, offers a wealth of dining options certain to satisfy the appetite of all customers.

National Lottery Good Causes Fund supported over 210 community projects in Mayo in 2018 and 2019

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Data revealed by the National Lottery has shown how it continues to make a big impact on towns and communities right across Ireland, including Mayo. The study found that over 210 Good Causes projects were supported in Mayo in 2018 and 2019.

Tenet - a feast of unparalleled stunt work and action scenes

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FOR THE first time since March there is a big new Hollywood blockbuster in the cinemas. Christopher Nolan's Tenet is charged with saving the global cinema industry and, after quite a successful opening weekend, might actually do it.

The Growth in Ireland's Casino Industry

The gambling market in Ireland is unique given the country's proximity to Great Britain. A lot of people assume that the gambling laws in Ireland are the same as the laws that are in place throughout other countries in the region. That's just not the case.

Would you like some laughter with your meal?

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GALWAY'S FIRST comedy show of the autumn will take place in Massimo, William Street West, next week, with stand-up from Stephen Ryan, Eddie Mullarkey, and MC Karl Spain.

Galway Fringe Festival 2020 - a physical and virtual festival

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THE GALWAY Fringe Festival will come in two forms this year - a physical form featuring art exhibitions throughout this month, and a virtual form with online shows in September.

Town Hall Theatre partners with Dublin Fringe Festival

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Town Hall Theatre Galway has announced it will partner with Dublin Fringe Festival on the festival’s exciting new Artist At Work residency as well as working with local theatre artist Oisin Robbins as part of the initiative.

Pálás Cinema to re-open next week

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The Pálás Cinema is re-opening on Monday July 27. It will be fully compliant with Government guidelines on Covid-19; there will be screenings of classic films; and the restaurant will have a new menu.

The Savoy Cinema

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In 1933, plans had been completed and passed by the Galway Urban District Council for a new cinema to be built on Eglinton Street by the famous baritone, Mr Walter McNally. “The building will be beautiful and imposing, designed on the most up-to-date lines. The theatre will have seating for over 800 on the ground floor while the balcony will be capable of holding over 300.”

What to watch before we go back to the cinemas



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