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BASED ON the James Baldwin novel, If Beale Street Could Talk is director Barry Jenkins follow up to 2017 Oscar winner Moonlight. It was surprising to see him adapting a book considering his screenplay for Moonlight was so well received, but after seeing this film I can see why he chose this text.
AFTER FIVE competitive heats over the last few weeks, the grand final of Show Me The Funny takes place on Monday, February 19, at The King's Head Bar on High Street.
THE LAST two places for the 'Show Me The Funny' grand final will be up for grabs when the fifth heat takes place this Monday, February 11, at The King's Head, High Street.
The winter sale at G Furniture and Carpets on the Tuam Road in Galway must end this Sunday with huge savings across all departments. The company guarantees some of the best value for money in Galway in carpets and furniture with savings of up to 70 per cent on special sale items and end of line ranges.
This year the Marine Institute and Galway Advertiser are celebrating our ocean with the launch of a new awareness campaign, Exploring Our Marine. The campaign aims to inspire a new generation of ocean champions and inform society on the value of Ireland’s marine resource, the importance of our ocean and the work of the Marine Institute.
Some of Galway's favourite bands, including Pyramid, Tightrope, KIF, FYC, and The Converse Allstars, will play The King's Head on Friday February 8, in aid of Galway Hospice.
THE PENULTIMATE heat of Show Me The Funny, the competition for new and emerging comics, takes place this coming Monday [February 4] at The King's Head Bar, High Street.
IRELAND'S LONGEST running and most wide reaching comedy competition, Show Me The Funny, continues with heat three at The King's Head Bar, High Street, where the special guest is Steve Bennett.
The inimitable sound of Jack Lukeman will grace the Tuar Ard stage in Moate on Friday, February 1, as an intimate performance awaits.