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Limerick indie outfit Anna’s Anchor have announced their fourth album, The Merries, which is out July 7 via Strange Brew. Following the album release, they will tour the country, coming to Róisín Dubh on July 12.
Irish documentary telling the story of John F. Kennedy’s visit to Galway to be showcased at major museums
A new, Irish documentary directed by Galway native Pamela Finn will be showcased at the JFK Hyannis Museum Cape Cod, Massachusetts United States and Galway City Museum this summer.
With a week to go before the launch of the 35th edition of the Galway Film Fleadh, two more films are announced from the Music strand.
There’s a brand new season brochure in town, and it’s jam packed full of fantastic events. Town Hall Theatre audiences will be spoilt for choice in the weeks and months ahead with the sizzling line-up just announced for July, August and September, featuring many leading names in local, national and international theatre, music, comedy, dance and film. You’ll find more information on the summer/autumn programme, including details of the Galway Film Fleadh (July 11-16) and Galway International Arts Festival (July 17-30) published in the new brochure available to download from tht.ie or from the venue 091-569777. Tickets for all performances, screenings and events are now on sale.
This Sunday is Street Feast 2023 — the national day of street parties and community celebrations, when you get together with your neighbours to share food and enjoy some conversation and camaraderie this summer.
Minister of State at the Department of Finance, Jennifer Carroll McNeill TD, will be the keynote speaker at a networking event for business women taking place next Thursday June 29.
Galway clubs enjoyed a medal haul on the second day of the Connacht Track and Field championships in TUS Athlone on Saturday.
Galway United entertain the only side to which they lost in this season's SSE Airtricity League first division when Longford Town visit Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow night (7.45pm).
Galway’s 0-16 to 1-12 loss to Armagh on Sunday afternoon knocked them off the top spot in the group stage, and the result is a preliminary quarter-final against Mayo in Pearse Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Following a very successful inaugural event in 2022, the South Galway Bay Music Festival returns for its second year!