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Galway historian Barry Lally will launch an exhibition focusing on ideas of dereliction for Culture Night 2023 tomorrow at 7.30pm at Ballinasloe’s Town Band Hall.
The Misleór Festival of nomadic cultures will run in the city until October 1 with a vibrant programme featuring music, film, poetry, talks and visual art from Traveller, Roma, Sámi, Mongolian, Australian Aboriginal and Romany Gypsy communities.
Mayo County Council is to receive an additional €1.5m in funding next year after Minister Darragh O'Brien announced this week that the Local Property Tax (LPT) baseline fund, which ensures every local authority receives a minimum amount of funding from the local retention of LPT - is to increase for all local authorities by over €75 million.
EirGrid, the operator and developer of Ireland's electricity grid, is set to host an Energy Citizens Roadshow in Galway on Wednesday 13 September.
Music for Galway (MfG) has announced details of its 42nd international concert season 2023/24 which features an array of artists from near and far. At the launch of the season, high up in the new Bonham Quay office complex in Galway’s Docks, Artistic Director Finghin Collins singled out the November 18 appearance of iconic British sibling duo Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason as a “major highlight of the season.
A planning application for a new, state-of-the-art global continuous glucose monitoring manufacturing facility at Athenry has been submitted to Galway County Council.
Continuing the centenary events to mark W.B. Yeats winning the Nobel Prize for Literature, the Yeats Thoor Ballylee Society is hosting the first of several performances of the new play, “Nobel Words”.
Canney welcomes flood relief funding for three Galway schemes
Two Co Galway areas have been singled out for special praise by judges from IPB Pride of Place, the all-island competition run by Co-operation Ireland. It recognised the vital contributions that communities in Creggs and Gort made to society.
Loughrea will host a feast of free events this weekend as part of the Loughrea Medieval Festival, taking place from Friday, August 25 to Sunday, August 27.