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Irish comedy favourites for Vodafone Comedy Carnival

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ALL THREE Dylan Moran shows at the Black Box Theatre have sold out, as has Nina Conti’s Town Hall show, while only a few tickets remain for the incredible Stewart Lee at the Róisín Dubh. Fear not though, there are still plenty of great shows to see at the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.

Cash no longer king here - for motorists too

Motoring solutions specialists’ easytrip has revealed that four out of five Irish consumers now pay for daily activities via debit card. Respondents cited that their weekly food shop (88 per cent), going to the gym (60) and paying for children’s after school activities (41) are all paid for via debit card and/or through online banking methods. 

Leaving Certificate higher level English classes

RL Grinds will commence a series of higher level Leaving Cert English classes on Friday September 25 at 7pm.

Cinema review: Straight Outta Compton

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STRAIGHT OUTTA Compton is the story of the rise, and then fall, of rap’s first super group, N.W.A, the group that introduced gangster rap to the mainstream in the late 1980s. The film has been the surprise hit of the summer in the US and looks like it will be a huge success here too.

Tickets on sale today for Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway

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TICKETS FOR the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway are now on sale, and with shows from Stewart Lee, Jason Manford, Deirdre O'Kane, and Ireland's rising comedy star Al Porter, the real question is, not if you are going to anything, but WHAT you are going to.

The King's Head is named Bord Bia Just Ask Restaurant of the Month

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The King’s Head has been awarded the Bord Bia Just Ask Restaurant of the Month accolade for August. To celebrate, the King's Head is giving a €100 voucher to dine at the restaurant to one lucky Galway Advertiser reader.

Peter Greene, volunteer and mayor of Galway

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Peter Greene was born in Galway city in 1895, the youngest child of Colman Greene from Carna and Julia McGrath from Newcastle. He was educated in the ‘Pres’ and the ‘Mon’, where his teacher Brother Ambrose was a major influence; “Boys, I hope none of you will ever wear the red coat.”

 

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