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One of Connacht's biggest signings, the double-winning Super 15 captain Craig Clarke, has been forced to quit the game.
Castlebar Mitchels came up just short in Croke Park last Monday when a Diarmuid Connolly inspired St Vincent's team had too much for them in the AIB All Ireland Senior Club Football Championship final.
While she is best known as a television and film actress, particularly for her role in the iconic noughties’ TV series The OC, Mischa Barton finds the most challenging and rewarding parts to play are in the theatre.
Actress and model Mischa Barton, best known for her role in the TV drama The OC, will be taking to the stage of the Town Hall Theatre for a production of Steel Magnolias.
Leisureland in Salthill is the venue as High School Rocks visits Galway on Friday April 29. The high energy, foot stomping, totally interactive production features all the big hits from the High School Musical movies, Hannah Montana, Camp Rock, and Glee. Fans of Troy, Gabriella, the Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus and Glee Club will be also be thoroughly entertained. Wildcats are encouraged to bring their dancing shoes, sing along, and join in as much as possible, with a select few chosen to join the cast on stage after a dance off competition.
Connacht Rugby has signed a new prop to replace the long-term injured former English international Robbie Morris.
Connacht rugby will be boosted next season by the arrival of a former New Zealand u-21 outhalf.
OKKERVIL RIVER, arguably the finest indie/alternative band in America right now, will play their only Irish show - apart from Electric Picnic - in the Róisín Dubh on Monday September 7 at 9pm.
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“I DON’T think of our band as a folk band - many of the other members would disagree with me - I think we’re a punk rock band,” O’Death bassist Jesse Newman, tells me over the phone from New York. “We know how to have a good time on stage and off.”