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GLASWEGIAN SCOT McWatt is a Scottish contemporary folk singer/songwriter with political, pop and blues tendencies, and a distinctly working class outlook on life.
THE MUSICAL of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic Gothic tale, Jekyll & Hyde, will be performed by the Galway Musical Society, in the Black Box Theatre from Tuesday March 19 to Saturday 23 at 8pm.
Henry Purcell’s baroque opera Dido and Aeneas comes to the Town Hall next week, for one night only, in an exciting new staging from Cork Opera House.
Unfortunately the Galway minor footballers had a very short championship this season, as they crashed out of the competition last Saturday evening at Tuam Stadium, losing to Roscommon on a scoreline of 1-11 to 1-9 after extra time.
The new Audi RS 4 Avant will be launched later this year. Audi's acclaimed high performance Avant (estate) brings V8 power back to the head of the new generation A4 range.
Neither of last Sunday's hurling quarter finals was anything to write home about in terms of quality, however the victors, Dublin and Waterford, will not be too worried about that. Both teams have suffered heavy defeats in their provincial finals but they will be quickly forgotten now. The two winning managers Anthony Daly and David Fitzgerald will be heroes once again in their adopted counties. I take my hat off to both of them for different reasons.
With a sell out crowd of 30,000 expected to head to Hyde Park on Sunday, there will be nowhere to hide for Mayo as they aim to dethrone Fergal O’Donnell’s defending Connacht champions on their home patch. Ten years ago O’Donnell was the man who lifted the Nestor Cup in the same venue on a sweltering Sunday evening when a late, late Gerry Lohan goal had primrose and blue ribbons hanging from the old trophy for the year at the end of one of the games of the ages.
It’s on a sad note that I start this week's column after the passing of Eamon Hennessy, one of Kilkenny's most devoted fans. The kind-hearted Eamon who lost his battle with illness last Tuesday was known and respected the length and breadth of Ireland.
It was mixed fortunes for Kilkenny hurling last weekend. The county side got off to the best possible start in the league when they proved too strong for All-Ireland champions Tipperary. While on Sunday both John Lockes of Callan and Dicksboro saw their All-Ireland aspirations go up in smoke against their Cork counterparts.
As letter writers to newspapers know, as soon as you make your point, and satisfied that it is the only salient point worth making, you can be brought back to reality smartly by a riposte! Sir Roger Casement’s letter in the Irish language newspaper An Claidheamh Soluis, in the late summer of 1904, was a hard hitting criticism of the attitude of those parents who favoured that their children learned to speak English, instead of Irish. “The general mass of the Irish speaking parents have kicked the language out of doors.” He fully supported the struggle of the people of Tawin, a small island on the east side of Galway Bay, who had withdrawn their children from the local national school because they wanted their children educated through Irish. As a result the authorities withdrew the schoolmistress, and the school, unused for years, fell into disrepair. They warned the islanders that if they wanted the school to re-open they had to pay for its repair.