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Belmullet's mark takes on another huge challenge

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Mark Gibbons lives in Belmullet; he was born with a hereditary disease called Retinitis Pigmentosa. It affects everyone’s sight differently but in Mark's case, he gradually became virtually blind over a period of 20 years.

An Cailín Ciúin — finest film made in Ireland for a long time

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An Cailín Ciúin — finest film made in Ireland for a long time

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The Quiet Girl is Cait, we first see her she is being called by her mother lying completely still in a field surrounded by brush. Her mother is heavily pregnant and has another baby taking up her time, along with Cait’s three older siblings she deemed too much work for the family so is sent away for the summer. Her father takes her three hours south to her mother's cousin, a childless couple who will look after her during the summer holidays. Cait is uneasy at first, not used to attention and affection but slowly she begins to enjoy her time on the farm.

Mayo communities looking to strike it lucky at Pride of Place Awards

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The prestigious ceremony for the National Pride of Place Awards will take place in the Gleneagle INEC Arena, Killarney, Kerry on Monday, May 16.

THOUGHT THE GLASS DARKLY

In late November 1623, John Donne, Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral, fell ill, probably of typhus, or ‘spotted fever’, as it was called in his day. He was in his early 50s, a widower since the death of his beloved wife Anne in 1617, and the father of four daughters and a son, who carried his father’s name.

Get Ireland Growing returns for sixth year to reinvigorate communities post lockdown

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This year the Energia and GIY Get Ireland Growing initiative aims to sow the seed of community food growing by giving away 300 community growing starter kits across Ireland, worth a total of €42,500.

Hear the magic of the cello sing out

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Lisa Dwan to formally open All-Ireland Drama Festival

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Coosan native, Lisa Dwan, will formally open the 70th All-Ireland Drama Festival this evening (Thursday, May 5).

Downton Abbey: A New Era and a complimentary glass of Prosecco this weekend only at Pálás!

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The highly anticipated Downton Abbey sequel opens this Friday at Pálás. To celebrate the return of the Dowager and extended Crawley family to the big screen, Galway Advertiser readers will receive a complimentary glass of Prosecco with the purchase of a ticket across the opening weekend in Pálás. You can collect your glass of prosecco at the refreshed box office to enjoy in screen or relax in the bar* before or after the film.

Noah Rose announced as artist for Irishtown Public Art Commission

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Mayo County Council is delighted to announce Noah Rose as the successful artist for the Public Art Commission in Irishtown village.

 

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