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Transition year students from Ballinrobe Community School will put on a performance of the comical dual love story Guys and Dolls this week.
Cuba Travel have a fantastic holiday package for this winter, where you can discover the wonders of Cuba.
THE LARGEST temporary gallery in Ireland - the ABSOLUT Festival Gallery at the Galway Shopping Centre, Headford Road - is open for the Galway Arts Festival.
You could be forgiven for thinking the world has gone back 50 years — there are Kennedys all over Ireland, there are spies hiding out in Moscow and trying to fly to Havana, there are hurling strongholds like Waterford left in the football championship and to cap it all, the Rolling Stones are still giving concerts.
The contrast between the Tuam workhouse and the vibrant colours, blue skies, and the smell of exotic food of New Orleans in the 1840s could not have been more dramatic. To the eyes, ears and senses of two young Galway children it must have been jaw-dropping.
NATHAN DETROIT has a problem. He needs money. He has a floating crap game, where players make wagers on the outcome on rolling dice. The game is illegal and only one venue in New York will hold it.
CUBA’S CAPITAL city, as seen through the eyes of seven different directors, is the subject of the film 7 Days In Havana.
NORTH AFRICAN and French films will feature strongly in the new Galway Film Society autumn/winter season programme, which runs from September 23 to December 9 at the Town Hall Theatre.
Would you ever consider opening your home to paying diners? Have you ever visited a 'secret' restaurant? Did you know that such a thing existed right here under your very noses? Well, the underground food scene in Galway is alive and lives in Spanish Arch. This is the location of The Nutmeg Feast, you could call it a restaurant or supper club, a ‘guestaurant’, or a paying dinner party.
Chico and Rita is the next screening at Ballina Film Club on Tuesday night November 1. Set in Cuba in 1948, Chico is a young piano player with big dreams. Rita is a beautiful singer with an extraordinary voice. Music and romantic desire unites them, but their journey – in the tradition of the Latin ballad, the bolero – brings heartache and torment. From Havana to New York, Paris, Hollywood and Las Vegas, two passionate individuals battle impossible odds to unite in music and love. Oscar-winning director Fernando Trueba (Belle Epoque) and Catalan designer Javier Mariscal create a passionate, animated Cuban love story. Admission is €5.