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Pairc Chiaráin prepares to host three competitive Athlone GAA club fixtures

This Friday night, April 19, promises to be a very busy and exciting one in Páirc Chiaráin Athlone with the club’s senior men, intermediate ladies and minor boys all in competitive action on home soil.

Circus won’t clean up its acts

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Roll up, roll up! The Dirty Circus is back with a new show at Róisín Dubh this Sunday, March 31, at 8pm, when Galway’s sauce merchants return with more glitter-strewn acts.

Galway welcome King Con's Dublin in bid to avoid relegation

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The carnival weekend surrounding St Patrick’s day kicks off this Saturday, as Galway welcome the two All-Ireland champions to Pearse stadium. It is a double header that is sure to bring a packed crowd to the Salthill venue.

Luke Thomas & The Swing Cats announce March concert date at Roscommon Arts Centre

Join Ireland’s ‘King of Swing’, Luke Thomas and his band The Swing Cats, for their KINGS OF THE SWING TOUR in the Roscommon Arts Centre on Saturday, March 23, at 8pm.

Princess Galvia to return to Corrib River perch

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By Maxim Kelly

The Church of Christ the King

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Around the year 1930, there were about 400 residents in Salthill and it was attracting large number of visitors and tourists who came in the summer. There was provision at the time for the building of some 100 homes. The population was growing but there was no church in the area. Any resident or tourist who wished to go to Mass had to travel into the Jesuit Church or St Joseph’s, or out west to the chapel in Barna.

Fat Dog at Róisín Dubh

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Techno, electro, rock-and-roll madsters Fat Dog will perform at the Róisín Dubh on Saturday, February 17 at 8pm.

The King of the Claddagh

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James Hardiman, the Galway historian, wrote the following in 1820, “This colony has from time immemorial been ruled by one of their own body, periodically elected. This individual, who is dignified with the title of Mayor, in imitation of the head municipal officer of the town, regulates the community according to their own peculiar laws and customs, and settles all their fishery disputes. His decisions are so decisive, and much respected that the parties are seldom known to carry their differences before a legal tribunal, or to trouble the legal magistrates”.

Artists’ double exhibition in Gort

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Gort’s Gallery Café will host artists Leonie King and Siobhan Percy for its first exhibition of 2024.

Hurlers hoping for more clarity and vision in Laois

The Galway senior hurlers will be hoping for better visibility in Duggan Park on Sunday when they take on Laois in round three of the Walsh Cup after farcical scenes brought a premature end to their opening competitive game of 2024 last Sunday.

 

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