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IF YOU spend your day contemplating family, Irish history, commercialisation of the arts, politics, globalisation, stoats, Greta Thunberg, and homeopathic underarm deodorant, then Retreat!, a new audio comedy series, might just be for you.
FROM HER studio in Tuam, the artist Kathy Ross is reaching the world. Her textile work, depicting animals and the natural world, has led to her becoming a brand ambassador; a commissioned portrait artist; and rising name in arts and crafts.
So your other half has got down on one knee and made you the happiest person in the world. But now it is time for the real excitement to start - the wedding planning. All couples want their big day to be special but it is without doubt an event that takes lots of planning. Here are some of our top tips on how to mark what should be one of the most enjoyable and memorable days of your life for 2020.
Here we are in the second week of 2020 already, and how many of us are still keeping up with our New Year resolutions? Some healthy eating is a common one to make, especially if you made a little too 'merry' over the festive season. But trying to get all of your five-a-day into you can be more difficult than it sounds. Time is short, temptation surrounds us, and cravings are hard to ignore.
Greta Thunberg, the impressive teenage environmental activist, has had a decisive impact on our young artists, judging from the range of thoughtful and powerful statements presented in this year’s Christmas Art Competition.
Fridays for Future Mayo, supported by XR Mayo, will be organising a local climate strike in Castlebar, today, Friday, November 29.
Greta Thunberg, and indeed the children of the world, have thrown down the gauntlet and demanded climate action. Solving this literal meltdown is on such a global scale that it must surely be beyond the responsibility of Galwegians?
In August of 2018, 15-year-old Greta Thunberg walked out of school and sat, alone, outside the Swedish parliament with a hand-painted cardboard sign saying ‘Skolstrejk för klimatet‘ (School strike for the climate).
What a time to be alive. The window for action on climate change is rapidly closing; democratic politics are under threat from a resurgent far-right in many of the world's most influential countries; and there are few obvious reasons for hope or optimism.
SAOIRSE, A work specially commissioned by the 2019 Galway Jazz Festival, which fuses Connemara sean-nós with jazz and improvisational forms, will be premiered performed by vocalist Lauren Kinsella.