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Elizabeth and Lily Yeats find a new home at Thoor Ballylee

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Two remarkable women, overshadowed by two remarkable brothers, were remembered on Sunday at the opening of The Studio, a meeting and workplace for artists and craftspeople, at Thoor Ballylee, in south Galway.

Haughey/Gregory – 'a story of politics of every time'

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ONE OF the landmark events of 1980s Irish politics is brought to vivid theatrical life in Haughey/Gregory, by Colin Murphy, which plays the Town Hall Theatre next week.

'Humanity Dick' and Lady Gregory at Ballynahinch Castle

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RICHARD 'HUMANITY Dick' Martin, the pistol packing MP for Galway, and founder of Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and Lady Gregory, a leading light of Ireland's literary revival, are the subject of two plays at Ballynahinch Castle Hotel.

Autumn opening times in beautiful Coole Park

It has been a busy summer season at Coole Park with a variety of free walks and events throughout the season including ‘Me and Nu’ fancy dress and walks covering flowers, butterflies, history, trees, poetry, folklore, and the magic of Coole.

Discover the magic of Coole Park with a Sunday walk

Discover the magic that drew WB Yeats to Coole Park for 20 summers, and join a free nature walk on Sunday (July 15).

Looking to the future as An Taibhdhearc reaches 90

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In August this year An Taibhdhearc will celebrate its 90th birthday. There are also changes afoot at the venue at board level and a re-casting of staff structures. Last week Aodh Ó Coileáin was elected chair of An Taibhdhearc and, following his accession, sat down with me to outline his vision for the Irish language theatre.

The sinking of the Neptune

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This photograph was taken about 100 years ago and shows several boats from the Claddagh fleet moored at the quayside.

Taylor’s Hill period residence on one acre

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Hidden behind its original stone walls standing on one acre is St Helen's, a charming period split level home of real distinction and character. St Helen's was built in the 1840s by the brother of Lady Gregory, who was part of the Persse family, owners of one of the first whiskey distilleries in Galway, which was situated in Nuns Island.

Period residence on one acre on Taylor’s Hill

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Hidden behind its original stone walls standing on one acre is St Helen's, a charming period split level home of real distinction and character. St Helen's was built in the 1840s by the brother of Lady Gregory, who was part of the Persse family, owners of one of the first whiskey distilleries in Galway, which was situated in Nuns Island.

Period residence on one acre on Taylor’s Hill

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Hidden behind its original stone walls standing on one acre is St Helen's, a charming period split level home of real distinction and character. St Helen's was built in the 1840s by the brother of Lady Gregory, who was part of the Persse family, owners of one of the first whiskey distilleries in Galway, which was situated in Nuns Island.

 

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