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Hotel Meyrick, in the heart of Galway City has long been a dream wedding destination for both Irish and international couples. Native Galwegians will be familiar with the striking Victorian hotel and those visiting the city for the first time won’t miss the grand building located just a stone’s throw from Galway’s lively city centre, making it the ideal location for your guests to explore all the city has to offer.
THE 2019 Galway Jazz Festival takes place this week, and will be officially opened this evening at 6pm in the Kitchen Café of the Galway City Museum by Connemara environmentalist and educator Leo Hallissey.
Natives. Flats. Native flats. Ostrea edulis – whatever you call our native oysters they are as much a part of the food fabric and history of Ireland as our butter.
Celebrity chefs Neven Maguire, Rachel Allen, and Kevin Dundon will be among the special guests at this year's Galway International Food and Craft Festival, which takes place in Salthill Park from July 5 to 7.
Galway International Arts Festival has won in the Best Irish Festival category at the 2019 Irish Hospitality Awards ceremony which took place recently in the Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport Hotel.
THE 2018 Galway Jazz Festival begins this evening [Thursday October 4] at 8pm with a performance by the radio.string.quartet at St Nicholas' Collegiate Church, kicking off a weekend of 60 events, in 20 venues, and featuring some 150 musicians.
IN JANUARY 2017, Ashley Henry, aged 25, became the youngest guest resident musical director of both Ronnie Scott's and the Jazz Cafe. Galway will see why next month and the Galway Jazz Festival.
Galway swimmer John Kelly of Cregmore, Co Galway, has been selected to compete in an international gala in Krakow, Poland.
A trophy in honour of John O’Dowd will be presented to the winner of the Irish National Oyster Opening Championship 2018 on Friday September 28 in the Galway Oyster Festival Marquee.
This year’s Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival, a highlight on the Wild Atlantic Way Calendar, runs from 28th to 30th September 2018, a festival 64 years in the making celebrating an Irish tradition thousands of years old. Galway, the country and this iconic festival may all have changed over those 64 years but what the Galway International Oyster & Seafood Festival celebrates is timeless – that unchanging Irish tradition and treasure, and the ongoing pleasure given by those little heroes in a half shell.