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PRIDE TAKES place in August, but does it have to only take place then? Galway Community Pride think not and will hold the city's first 'Winter Pride', tomorrow and Saturday.
John Gayer is a 55-year-old veterinary surgeon who lives with his wife Miriam and three children in Mayo, Ireland.
I was very disappointed to have missed the first Mayo Pride Parade in Castlebar on Saturday July22. I was out of the country but as soon as I got back I read the local papers' reports and contacted Mick Baynes, one of the event organisers, to get another view of what by all accounts was a well-attended day of good spirited solidarity. It is not that long ago when even the thought of such a colourful Pride parade through the county capital's streets would have met weighty and vociferous opposition.
AHEAD OF August’s Galway Community Pride celebrations, a bingo fundraiser, with cash prizes, music, and entertainment, will take place in Nova, the West End, on Wednesday May 17.
At the annual Pride of Place Awards Ceremony on Saturday last, three organisations from Galway picked up top awards - one in the main competition with another two in the cities competition.
Roscommon Drama Group are taking to the stage once more at Roscommon Arts Centre with their production of Neil Simon’s Rumors on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, November 24-26 at 8pm nightly.
TWENTY YEARS to the day after its premiere, Enda Walsh’s iconic play Disco Pigs arrived at the Town Hall this week in a new production jointly staged by Reading Rep and Nick Thompson Productions from London. The show was helmed by Cathal Cleary, who was formerly based in Galway, and is now making his way successfully as an up and coming director in London.
BEAT ON the street! Bop ‘till you drop! Sing ‘till you’re hoarse to the ripest musical fromage imaginable! It can only be, what is now referred to as, the "world famous" Silent Disco Street Party, and it is back this Sunday from 8pm.
BEAT ON the street! Bop ‘till you drop! Sing ‘til you’re hoarse to the ripest musical fromage imaginable! It can only be the Silent Disco Street Party on Monday August 1 from 8pm.
PLUTONIC DUST, fast becoming a household name for their abstract and trippy, underground techno, and punk/funk disco, play the main stage of Monroe’s Live on Thursday July 7 at 10pm.