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Discover Italy in comfort with Fahy Travel Worldchoice

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Encounter the perfect marriage of Italy’s finest architecture and landscapes, where historically rich cities and famous landmarks meet verdant countryside and breathtaking beauty.

NoRopes to stage Dario Fo play

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THE OPEN Couple by Italian writer Dario Fo and his wife Franca Rame, will be staged in the Town Hall Theatre studio by new Galway theatre company NoRopes.

Top coats

A trench coat is always a winner whatever the season. It is the perfect cover-up when the skies open and the rain pours down or if you are dashing out between the showers. Even on bright and breezy days it looks great.

The Appian Way @ Monroe’s Live

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THE APPIAN WAY was a famous road connecting Ancient Rome to southern Italy. It is also the name for an up-and-coming Mullingar quintet.

Inspired by the FIAT 127...

THE BEATLES sang ‘Let It Be’ but the artist collective Angry Hammers instead say Let There Be which is also the title of their new exhibition.

Neutral appeal

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Classic neutrals are the spring story from Peruzzi’s latest collection. The emphasis is on quality tailoring which has timeless appeal.

On the Wine Shelf...

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Errázuriz, Wild Ferment Chardonnay Casablanca Valley 2009 (Independents €19.99)

Pilgrimage to Rome

A seven day pilgrimage takes place from September 6 to 13 with spiritual director Fr Karl Burns. The pilgrimage will visit Rome, Assisi, Tuscany, Pisa and Florence.

Through the glass darkly

It was reading Owen Barfield’s History in English Words many years ago that first made me realise words are like the artefacts – the shards of shattered pottery, the unearthed house foundations, or the elaborate tombs filled with grave goods - the archaeologist uses to reconstruct the past. Or, as Barfield put it:

Pilgrimage to Rome

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