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Tommy Tiernan, Ardal O’Hanlon, Pat Shortt, Des Bishop, Reginald D Hunter, and Rich Hall are coming to Galway this October Bank Holiday Weekend for the Bulmer’s Pear Galway Comedy Festival.
A well-known Galway footballer of the fifties, Brendan Glynn, passed away in the city this week.
A new online comedy show, Student Teacher, which is made and set in Galway has made it through to the third round of the RTE competition, Storyland, and is seeking the public’s continued support to get through to the next stage.
THE SAW Doctors’ Leo Moran, journalist Olaf Tyaransen, writer Conor Montague, and singer-songwriter Seamus Ruttledge, will gather in the Róisín Dubh for a Cúirt event.
IF recently on Shop Street, or anywhere in the city centre, you happened to see some guys chasing a goat, schoolboys staggering around drunk, or blood-soaked men skulking up back alleys, fear not, Galway has not become the new Sodom and Gomorrah.
“We must seek to build together an active, inclusive citizenship; based on participation, equality, respect for all, and the flowering of creativity in all its forms. A confident people is our hope, a people at ease with itself, a people that grasps the deep meaning of the proverb; Ní neart go cur le chéile’ - our strength lies in our common weal - our social solidarity.”
“Full back is Noel Tierney of sturdy proportions,
Men can not afford to be embarrassed when it comes to issues in relation to their health, according to Professor Frank Sullivan, consultant radiation oncologist at University College Hospital Galway.
DES BISHOP will host a comedy charity fundraising night for Cancer Care West in the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday, starting at 8.30pm.
FRESH FROM a Buddhist retreat in the Himalayas, Eoin Hancock returns to Galway to draw a line in the sand, and escape from his self-indulgent lifestyle and party animal friends.