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Architecture at the Edge Festival returns with a critical and climate-friendly festival programme that will embrace a wide range of city walks, seminars, exhibitions, talks, film screenings, workshops, and more.
Galway camogie star and member of the Gaelic Players Association (GPA), Aoife Donohue, is urging people to become charitable All-Stars for a great local cause this summer and go Up the Hill for Jack and Jill.
Westmeath camogie player and member of the Gaelic Players Association (GPA), Sheila McGrath, is urging people to become charitable All-Stars for a great local cause this summer and go Up the Hill for Jack and Jill.
An Taibhdhearc presents Grindr, Saghdar agus Cher, as part of the Galway International Arts Festival
Taking place in An Taibhdhearc from July 25 to July 29, Grindr, Saghdar agus Cher is a captivating show written and performed by Aerach Aiteach Gaelach members; Ciara Ní É, Eoin McEvoy and Sam Ó Fearraigh. The show revolves around the three LGBT cast members as they give three different perspectives on one fateful night. A nice lead up to Galway Pride Parade next month!
My name is Colin. I am a dad to four wonderful kids, to whom our youngest, Fíadh was born in May 2021 with CHD, Pulmonary Atresia, VSD’s, MAPCAs and DiGeorge Syndrome. The first year and a half of Fíadh’s life was an uphill battle, but we got through it, and more so we got through with the welcomed support from Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation. Their service allowed us to care for Fíadh at home ensuring all her medical needs were met while keeping her siblings, Jake, Lilly and Harry’s daily life as normal as possible as they tried to come to terms with Fíadh’s condition and the new change to our home life. With this golden support, we were in a position to spend much needed quality time with our other children after long stints in hospital while our Jack and Jill nurse would care for Fíadh in the comfort of her own home which as parents gave us great peace of mind.
Back in March, Druid announced their most ambitious production yet, DruidO’Casey - a play cycle of Sean O’Casey’s Dublin Trilogy.
RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta will be broadcasting a gala concert live from the Connemara Coast Hotel in Na Forbacha, tomorrow Friday 21 April at 7.30 pm as part of the station’s fifty year celebrations.
Two local artists will participate in the Incognito 2023 art sale in aid of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation, supporting eight children in County Westmeath.
Athlone students with an eye for innovation and STEM, took home the EirGrid Climate and Delivering a Cleaner Energy Future Award, following their impressive scientific insights recently.