Search Results for 'Galway City Museum'
331 results found.
THE CONTEMPO Quartet and saxophonist Gavin Brennan are joining forces to present a family concert of classical music in the Galway City Museum.
Galway City Museum has opened two new exhibitions for those interested in either music or maritime history.
Popular talks on Galway city’s heritage and history are now available to download free of charge on iTunes.
VINTAGE CARTOONS and animations will be shown at the Galway City Museum in a special family event taking place this Saturday.
Galway Food Festival, the annual event celebrating the city as a good food destination, highlighting food provenance, sustainability, and healthy eating, opens today and runs throughout the Easter Weekend.
The working boats which could be seen in Galway in the 19th century will be the subject of a public lecture this weekend.
The title of this photograph is ‘Old Building, Market Street’ and it was taken about 100 years ago. The building in the foreground was at one time occupied by the Augustinian nuns who were based in Galway (where the Mechanics is today in Middle Street) before 1651. The last Augustinian nun to die in Ireland is buried in Forthill. These sisters formed part of the same Augustinian Order as the friars, as do their contemplative successors today in countries like Spain and Italy. Continuing persecutions and other historical pressures saw to the end of these nuns in Ireland, though some lingered on in Galway up to the middle of the 19th century.
The stories behind famous songs about Galway will be the subject of a lecture at the Galway City Museum this evening at 7pm.
BUSKERS, STREET performers, local characters, and men in hats are the images which dominate a new exhibition, currently on show in the Galway City Museum.
A DAY of modern classical music for Galway takes place on Saturday February 8, presented by The Concorde Contemporary Music Ensemble and the ConTempo Quartet.