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Dora returns to The Druid Theatre

FOLLOWING ITS sell out three night run during the Galway Arts Festival, Dora, by the award-winning poet and playwright Shane Daly Hughes, returns to the Galway stage next week.

Hit show makes its debut Galway visit

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OEDIPUS LOVES You, the critically acclaimed drama and possibly the most toured production in Irish theatre history, comes to the Town Hall Theatre on November 15 and 16 at 8pm.

Enda Walsh - from the Odyssey to Penelope

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HOMER’S ODYSSEY has proved an unending source of inspiration to countless artists down the ages since it was first composed, sometime around the 8th century BC.

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With top stars taking on the roles of lightening smiting Zeus and feared lord of the underworld Hades, Clash of the Titans had all the ingredients to be an action-packed blockbuster but sadly with its haphazard storyline, some cringy scenes, and barely there 3D, it failed to impress.

Getting new tyres needn’t be tiring with Clonboo Tyres

Cloonboo Tyres mobile tyre centre takes the stress out of the process of replacing your tyres by providing a mobile service that comes to you, covering Galway city and surrounds.

Gary King to launch poetry collection

PLUTO’S NOON Sky, the debut collection of poetry from Gary King, will be launched at 12 noon this Saturday in the Galway City Museum.

Christmas message from Bishop Michael Burrows of Cashel and Ossory

Just a few weeks ago, during a visit to Athens, I stood on the hillock known as the Areopagus where it is recorded that Paul preached the Gospel to the sages of ancient Greece.


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