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Six Galway artists are set to be showcased in front of over 15,000 people at Ireland’s premier art show Art Source, which will be held at the RDS in Dublin from November 11-13.
The Galway Christmas Market, one of Ireland’s premier Christmas markets, will take place again this year in Eyre Square from November 18 to December 22.
GALWEGIANS KEEN on learning how to sing and/or becoming involved in a choir, should check out the new term of classes and rehearsals with the Ad Hoc choir.
Heritage week continues in Galway with a programme of events organised by the Galway Civic Trust.
The Galway International Arts Festival Box Office officially opened at the Galway Tourist Office, Forster Street, this week, just as festival bound theatre director Ivo Van Hove won a Tony Award in New York.
Galway’s non-profit organisations will meet for the third Community Excellence Gathering, co-ordinated by Volunteer Galway, in CROI House, Newcastle on Thursday June 2 at 7pm.
Galway city is turning green this weekend in growing support of Connacht Rugby’s biggest fixture in its professional era on Saturday. And with the Galway Sportsground sold out for another week, Connacht CEO Willie Ruane has revealed the province’s hopes to either renovate and extend the College Road facility or build a new stadium elsewhere in the city.
Galway Women’s FC completed their final game of the season forcing a well-earned 1-1 draw against league leaders Wexford Youths in Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday afternoon.
Both Galway hurling clubs in All-Ireland club action last weekend suffered major disappointments with senior champions Sarsfields and county intermediate champions Abbeyknockmoy suffering defeats.
Donegal comedian Conal Gallen returns to the Town Hall Theatre this Saturday at 8pm, where he will deliver a highly entertaining two hour set of songs and jokes.