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Shaskeen promise to 'keep her lit' in Town Hall Theatre concert on June 10
Traditional music band, Shaskeen, has been a cornerstone of Irish Traditional music and song for over half a century and show no signs of slowing down, ahead of their appearance in the Town Hall Theatre on June 10 as part of Advertiser Events, group founder, Tom Cussen, discusses the glory days of Irish music, the importance of evolving as a band and the future.
Shaskeen snippets: A new millennia and no signs of slowing down
Traditional music band, Shaskeen, has been a cornerstone of Irish Traditional music and song for over half a century and show no signs of slowing down, ahead of their appearance in the Town Hall Theatre on June 10 as part of Advertiser Events, we look back through various publications that have covered the group's long history.
The Amazing Miss Anderson
Looking at the photograph of Emily Anderson on this page, the only formal portrait of her other than some distant group shots, it is difficult to imagine that this interesting Galway woman was probably the best codebreaker in the British Secret Service during the First and Second World Wars.
[Closed] Win Dinner and a Movie for two people at The G Hotel, Galway!
Is a Summer Home Swap the best way to holiday this year?
London launch tonight for book on Galway’s best kept secret
One of Galway’s best kept secrets was the extraordinary double life led by a quiet, well brought up girl, who became the first and youngest professor of German at Galway University, only to abruptly resign her post to accept a challenge from the British Secret Service to enter the strange world of silently listening to the enemy’s conversations.
Summer courses at the French Institute for adults, teenagers and children
Would you like to make the most of the long summer days while learning, refreshing or practising your French?
Galway gymnasts featured prominently at the recent All round European Championships in Artistic Gymnastics.