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A Ballycroy mum is in the running for a national slimming award after shedding a whopping five and a half stone.
Hollymount woman Martina Jennings was named Mayo’s Inspirational Woman 2015 at a sold-out gala event in the Royal Theatre Hotel, Castlebar, on Tuesday night.
The Toft family were associated with Eyre Square for many years since 1883 when they first brought a carnival there.
A Galway Film Centre/RTÉ funded short film, The Weather Report, has wrapped and post-production work on it has now begun.
The links between Ireland and Canada were celebrated in the twinning of County Galway town Athenry with Renews-Cappahayden in Newfoundland.
“Daddy, daddy,” cried a little girl as the men and women of the 107th Infantry Battalion completed a walk-past at Custume Barracks on Wednesday afternoon.
All eyes will be set on Athlone Little Theatre at the end of this month as the group embark on an exciting new production of Martin McDonagh’s classic The Beauty Queen of Leenane. Under the inspired direction of Paddy Martin, this fantastic, richly funny, brooding black comedy opens at the theatre from Sunday February 26 until Friday March 2.
After many successful years of wowing audiences with their extravagant variety performances, Mullingar Charity Variety Group Players are now extending their repertoire and staging their first play, The Beauty Queen of Leenane. This play is written by Martin McDonagh who also wrote and directed the BAFTA award-winning film In Bruges.
CELTIC EARTH, a night of contemporary Irish music, led by County Galway native and former musical director of Lord of the Dance, Gerard Fahy, returns to the Town Hall.