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Exhibition honouring Commander Bill King

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Galway City Museum last week hosted an unveiling to mark 50 years since Galway’s own Commander Bill King completed a three-year world circumnavigation in his yacht, the Galway Blazer II.

The Fishmarket

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The village of Claddagh was a unique collection of thatched cottages arranged in a very random fashion, a place apart, occupied by a few thousand souls. They had their own customs, spoke mainly in Irish, intermarried, elected their own king and had a code of laws unique to the village. Virtually the entire male population was involved in fishing, but when they landed their catch, the women took over and they were the ones who went out and sold the product.

#GCF23 Programme launch party this Thursday, September 14

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The full programme for Galway Comedy Festival has been announced. Join the crew in Róisín Dubh tonight, Thursday September 14, with special guests from the #GCF23 programme to celebrate the good news. Guests joining in on the night's festivities include...

Lewis Black goes ‘Off The Rails’ at Róisín Dubh on Sunday, September 10

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Known as the King of Rant, Lewis Black uses his trademark style of comedic yelling and finger pointing to expose the absurdities of life. His comedic brilliance makes people laugh at life’s hypocrisies and the insanity he sees in the world. Catch Lewis Black in Róisín Dubh on Sunday 10 September for one night only.

Sarsfields' women on song in title opener

All-Ireland champions Sarsfields opened their Galway title defence with a comfortable victory over Craughwell at the weekend, while there were also wins for last year’s county finalists Oranmore Maree and Ardrahan in the Windows and Rooflights Ltd Senior A Championship.

Contemporary Cois Na Habhainn property is in close proximity to numerous Moate town amenities

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90 Cois Na Habhainn

Lynch’s Castle

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Lynch’s Castle is one of the finest surviving medieval townhouses, one of the best known examples of pre-Renaissance architecture in Ireland. It is essentially a two-period structure, the original 16th century castle was square in plan and was limited to the space now occupied on the ground floor by the vestibule of the bank. That portion to the west on Shop Street was added c1808. The extension is evident in the masonry of the exterior of the building, and the window hood-moulds of this section are very different in the character of their detail and carving from the original work. It is likely that the whole interior was remodelled and the storeys altered at this time, the window hood-moulds, the panels, the gargoyles, etc, being moved to their present positions.

Leader returns home to find the next kicking king

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Former professional rugby player Tadhg Leader is returning to his roots in the search for American Football Kicking talent in Ireland

Audivi Chamber Choir presents Pizzetti’s Messa di Requiem in Galway Cathedral

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The Cathedral summer concert series continues tonight, Thursday August 3, with Italian composer Ildebrando Pizzetti’s Messa de Requiem.

Race week off to a flying start

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The eyes of the racing world are on Galway this week, as attendance figures are eagerly awaited by many involved in the industry. Almost 117,000 people attended over the seven days in 2022, and any decrease on this figure for the 2023 festival would be in contrast to overall attendance figures at race meetings for the first six months of this year. Statistics released recently by Horse Racing Ireland show a 7.6% increase in attendances for the first half of 2023, compared to the same period in 2022.


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