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Remembering Connor Maguire

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Galway’s arts scene lost one of its most colourful personalities last week with the sudden death of Connor Maguire, my erstwhile comedy sidekick and long-time friend. As Maguire & McBride, or in tandem with Eamonn and Fiona Kelly in The Comedy Cumann, we regaled audiences at Cúirt, the Galway Arts Festival and other occasions and locations for many years.

Caught Red Handed

AP hotel in an autumnal Dublin, where the wife of an ambitious politician secretly meets her old lover after 15 years. She soon discovers how dramatically their lives have changed, yet still determines to bridge the gulf between them and shape their future together, whatever it takes.

Printmaking exhibition on the docks

SIXTEEN IRISH and international artists will display their work at a new exhibition, opening next week at The Shed, Middle Pier, Galway Harbour.

Eclipsed and the world of the Magdalene Laundries

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THE DIFFERING reactions to the Magdalene Laundries over the years have been mirrored in the responses to Patricia Burke Brogan’s Eclipsed, which will have a staged reading in Galway next week.

John B Keane’s The Field

JOHN B Keane’s The Field will be staged by Galway’s Hourglass Theatre Company in Kilcornan, Clarinbridge, on Friday February 8 and Saturday 9.

Kilbeggan students show the value of publicly funded art

In a council-sponsored collaboration between a community artist and transition year students from the Mercy Convent in the town, the school now has a permanent art installation in the medium of relief printmaking, and based on a theme of “a sense of place”.

Reviving Religious Knowledge

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EIGHTEEN YEARS after it was first performed, Eamonn Kelly’s uproarious comedy Religious Knowledge is returning to The King’s Head for two reunion performances featuring the original cast of Gerry Conneely, Tommy Tiernan, Gary McSweeney, and Phillip Sweeny, directed, as before, by Fiona Kelly.

Get in shape and change a life

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The Christmas party season has only just begun, and already we’re planning ways and means to get in shape next year.

Cody’s kit bag to raise funds for charity

Kilkenny hurling manager, Brian Cody has donated his All Ireland kit bag to Self Help Africa. The charity, which runs ‘Bag A Bargain’ For Africa fundraiser at the Ormonde Hotel, Kilkenny this weekend are delighted with the new addition to their ‘celebrity bags’ collection.

Get your hands on a bargain handbag for Christmas

The Bag A Bargain appeal aims to raise awareness and funds for Self Help Africa nationwide. It is currently taking place across the country and will see a host of exciting celebrity bags and designer bags going on sale.

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