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Connacht boss Andy Friend is in no mood to make concessions for his side's collapse against Leinster at the Sportground on Saturday.
Finale of ambitious series celebrating Europe’s cultural diversity
HELEN HANCOCK, the acclaimed Oranmore based soprano will next week give a concert to raise funds for UNICEF Ireland.
Roy Carroll was one of the best known characters of Galway City. As a resident musician in many city hotels in Eyre Square, he was forever the epitome of decorum, bedecked in his bow tie. He was known to many as the man on the scooter which he rode through the city while often carrying an open umbrella, Roy sadly passed away in early winter, but it would be remiss of the city to not pay tribute to this remarkable character with an even more remarkable back story. Because Roy Carroll was his stage name, not many knew that he was born Peter Salvatore Armonde Louis Volpe.
TWO GALWAY music legends; the inaugural winner of the Choice Music Award; a rising star among Irish singer-songwriters; and a Galway trad music and dance phenomenons.
Connacht have a welcome and much-needed break from competitive action this week after a run of strong performances, but ultimately poor results.
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BY DECLAN VARLEY
WHEN GIANLUCA Margheri steps onto the stage of the Town Hall Theatre to perform the title role in Vivaldi’s opera Bajazet, it will be a double debut for the acclaimed opera singer.
The European Super Soccer League was announced on Sunday April 19. It would be the Bees Knees, the Cat’s Pyjamas, the last word, and whatever you’re having yourself. But it was dead and buried by Wednesday April 21 thanks to the vocal fury of the English fans and even Boris helped save the day! And then the American owners started issuing apologies, pathetic. Relegation, yea, there’s an idea.