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Gay, out, and proud on film

THERE IS a heightened and exciting edge to the Galway Film Fleadh's Out On Film strand this year, given it comes after Ireland’s historic marriage equality referendum and the equally momentous affirmation of same-sex rights in the USA.

See Big Maggie in An Taibhdhearc

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JOHN B Keane's Big Maggie, about a widow who must deal with unruly children and unwanted suitors, will be staged by the Athenry Drama Group in An Taibhdhearc on Thursday May 28 and Friday 29 at 8pm.

Celebrate the life of writer Walter Macken

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WALTER MACKEN, one of Galway’s most famous writers, was born 100 years ago this May, and An Taibhdhearc and Galway’s West End community will hold commemorative events.

May is here and summer is upon us

Midweek at The Prince, Athlone sees the best of local talent with Acoustic Wednesday at the Acoustic Audio Open Mic sessions, with your hosts Benny, Eoin, and Tommy.

The weekend in Mayo

Public art, blues and rock, the Hiker Lacey, a craft fair, a traditional seisiún and lots of Easter activities around the county this weekend.

Claregalway Drama Festival

THE 32ND Claregalway Festival of Drama opens on Thursday March 13 and runs until Friday 21, and will include works of Irish and international theatre.

Danny Dowling @ the Galway Comedy Festival

HE MAY call himself “Ireland’s slowest rising comedy star!” but Danny Dowling is all over this year’s Galway Comedy Festival both as a participant and an MC of what could be among the festival’s wildest and most outrageous nights.

Galway Film Fleadh marks quarter of a century with bumper programme

Star Trek’s Zachary Quinto, Irish star Saoirse Ronan, and Sex Pistols documentary and film maker Julian Temple, are coming to Galway for the 25th Galway Film Fleadh from Tuesday July 9 to Sunday 14.

Lend Me a Tenor ask KATS

LEND ME A Tenor, the award winning Broadway and West End hit by Ken Ludwig, is to be staged in Galway by the Knocknacarra Amateur Theatre Society.

Dixie Rides Again

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It has been six years since comedian Pat Shortt first introduced us to the character of showband singer Dixie Walsh with the song ‘Jumbo Breakfast Roll’. The song took the Irish charts by storm, staying at Number One for six weeks and went on to be the best-selling Irish single of 2006. It also instantly established Dixie Walsh as one of Shortt’s best-loved creations from his wide array of comic characters.

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