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Celebrating all things Brazilian, The Yard Kitchen/Bar at The House Hotel has organised a dazzling night of fun on Friday September 27.
THE POET and harpist Emily Cullen will launch the latest issue of poetry journal, Skylight 47, on Sunday September 8 at 5pm in The House Hotel, Lower Merchants Road.
Call to The Yard Kitchen/Bar in the House Hotel for a variety of tantalising menus to satisfy all tastes and desires. With summer finally here why not try the summer barbecue menu on the outdoor terrace.
Would you like to meet other women of all ages for tea and a chat, arrange walks, shopping trips, cinema outings, etc? If so, you may be interested in attending the Treasured Ladies group get-togethers.
Sex and Death at Merlin Park Hospital is the arresting title of Kevin Higgins’ new collection of poetry, which is published by Salmon and will be launched on Saturday, June 14, at the House Hotel.
Galway is known for many things — arts, culture, and its vibrant food scene holding its own on the international stage. We have enjoyed the benefits of this burgeoning foodie paradise for a few years now, with new places to eat springing up all around the city. Not to be outdone, there has been an explosion in the bar scene also. Throngs of bars line almost every street in the city, from traditional to exotic to the hidden gems only the locals know about. If you’re looking for the best Galway bars you certainly have a lot to choose from.
A QUARTER century of poetry will be marked, collected, and celebrated when Susan Millar DuMars' Naked: New & Selected Poems is launched this month as part of the Cúirt International Festival of Literature.
Throughout the six decades of his vibrant and varied artistic career, Brian Bourke has had an abiding love of theatre and actors. He has frequently drawn actors in the flow and moment of rehearsal or performance, and also made them the subject of considered portraits.
A new book from Rita Ann Higgins is always a cause for celebration and Friday February 15 sees the publication of Our Killer City, a scintillating and spiky compendium of essays and poems.
It is winter. Cold out. Most of us sane people cosy up to a toasty, warm, fire in the evening. On the other hand there are the hardy souls of the Atlantic Masters Swimming Club who plunge into the icy ocean at all times of the year and live to tell the tale and even thrive on the experience.