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Galway Diary received the following statement from Adrian Martyn (great-great-great grandnephew of Peter Doherty, senior), who was shot dead at Carrigan, near Craughwell village on the night of November 2 1881. I am pleased to carry Adrian’s clarification:
Why not enjoy a leisurely latte and a slice of culture at Renzo Gallery Cafe, 32 Eyre Street? Galway artist, Maurice Walsh is showing his second solo exhibition of paintings at the cafe until May 26. Photographer Jane Talbot officially opened the event at a wine reception on Saturday last April 6.
TUAM POET and singer-songwriter Seamus Ruttledge, and friends, will play the A Night For Celia concert, upstairs in the Róisín Dubh on Thursday July 26 at 9pm.
THE TOWN Hall Theatre has been a central feature of Galway’s artistic landscape since it opened its doors in 1996 and, alongside the readings, plays and concerts, it also hosts art exhibitions in the bar area.
THIS SUNDAY, Colours Street Theatre Company will present an exhibition of art and performance on Mainguard Street.
AN AGEING owner of an antique shop sits astride the tumble down remains of a life's work...this is the setting for Burn The Bad Lamp, a play adapted from the short story by Kevin Barry.
St Patrick’s Day in Galway will not be a one day celebration of all things Irish, it will be a five-day celebration of music, art, theatre carnival and all that is great about Galway.
Galway’s St Patrick’s Day Parade takes place on Wednesday March 17, starting at 12.30pm. However the parade will be the finale of a whole series of events as the St Patrick’s festivities are extended to five days this year.
THE FIRST Galway Theatre Festival got underway last night with Zelig Theatre Co’s premiere of Cathal Cleary’s Birds Birds Birds and continues until Sunday with a lively programme showcasing the best of local theatrical talent.