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GALWAY ELECTRO-POP duo Grounds For Invasion launch their debut album Dying Stars at Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh on Thursday February 5 and a taste of what is in store comes through the new single 'Bruce Lee'.
Following his hugely popular nationwide tour of venues in Ireland in the autumn of 2013, Michael Harding, author, playwright and Irish Times columnist, is on his travels again to read from his latest book Hanging with the Elephant. He will be in Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday February 20 at 8pm.
The Irish Times, Newstalk, and Tourism Ireland are big brands and household names to many. They are among the companies which have successfully negotiated the digital age. Have you ever wondered how they did it, and continue to do so? Well now you can find out.
The team at Online Marketing in Galway have been hard at work over the last few months to pull out all the stops for what promises to be an amazing event.
The Irish Times and InterTradeIreland are calling on firms in counties from the Border, Midland, and Western Region to enter the island’s most prestigious awards for innovation. To-date the BMW Region is the least represented area across all categories. Companies across the Border, Midland and Western Region are missing out on raising their profile by failing to nominate themselves for The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards. The BMW Regional Assembly is supporting this call for the region’s most innovative companies to gain national recognition. Applications are invited from all industries - agri-food, bio-science, energy and the environment, creative industries, manufacturing and IT and telecoms – all that is needed is a good idea.
There is a swirl of wonderful wordiness and lively debate in Westport today and continuing all weekend for the fifth annual Rolling Sun Book Festival.
GALWAY’S BLUE Teapot Theatre Company take to the stage of the Town Hall Theatre on Monday November 24 at 8pm with a welcome revival of their highly-acclaimed play, Sanctuary.
THE RIPTIDE Movement play blues and roots-rock with full blooded energy, a commitment to the music’s values and heritage, and determination to keep the style fresh for modern ears.
A new film which recreates the events leading up to the fateful night of September 29, 2008, when the Irish government guaranteed the entire domestic banking system and unwittingly started one of the most expensive bank rescues in history, is to be screened as part of a special live event at Mayo Movie World in Castlebar on Thursday evening.
More than 170 lots from the important Arthur Quinlan collection will be auctioned by Matthews auctioneers of Oldcastle, Co Meath, next week.