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SOME OF the finest operas and ballets of all time, and one of the most famous books Charles Dickens wrote, can be enjoyed at a new series of event screenings at the Pálás, and at the cinema's book club.
A vast variety of live events will perform at Tuar Ard Arts Centre in Moate as the month of November fast approaches its conclusion.
We live in a fast-changing world. The pace of this change seems to be increasing all the time. Technology is the main driver of this, in particular, phone technology.
Tuar Ard Arts Centre in Moate have launched their busy new programme of events for autumn and winter, which aims to entertain all ages from September through to December!
TWO CAN Do, a dynamic dance performance, winner of the Most Innovative Show award at the Limerick Fringe festival, comes to Galway next week as part of an Irish tour.
“IF I could rewind 10 years, and if I saw a band like us on stage, I would be obsessed." So says Pillow Queens' drummer Rachel Lyons, and while modesty may not rest easy on this band's shoulders, they have every reason to walk tall right now.
SOCIAL MEDIA can be about connection and interaction. It can also be a massive distraction, causing people too ignore the world around them, and neglect those closest to them.
We are edging closer to the gentler, warmer days but unfortunately, with the weather recently, it seems that summer may be a long way off. But what better way to cheer up your life than with a new hairstyle. It is very easy to get caught in a style rut with your hair and end up with the same colour and style for a decade but if you are thinking of change, the time to do it is now.
Cill Éinne in Inis Mor will feature in next Wednesday’s Bailte series on TG4. In this series, Síle Nic Chonaonaigh visits townlands across the country, investigating the strong connections people have with their native places, through the culture, the ways of life, and the landscape.
Declan Nerney brings his live sound to the Tuar Ard Arts Centre this Sunday, February 24, with the Longford man due on stage from 8pm.