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POST-APOCALYPTIC Ireland, Alice in Wonderland, and 19th century, Galway form the inspirations for an exhibition of new work by Galway artist Maurice Walsh.
One of the most remarkable theatrical performances of the summer in the west was the Abbey Acts’ production of The Quiet Man, held in the unusual location of a goods shed at an abandoned railway station. However, it provided the catalyst for a string of performances which captured the imagination of Quiet Man fans and drama afficionados and saw the production being brought this weekend to An Taibhdhearc in Galway
Ballyglunin will be transported back 50 years this month when a stage production of The Quiet Man will be performed at the iconic railway station which featured in the famous film.
Why not enjoy a leisurely latte and a slice of culture at Renzo Gallery Cafe, 32 Eyre Street? Galway artist, Maurice Walsh is showing his second solo exhibition of paintings at the cafe until May 26. Photographer Jane Talbot officially opened the event at a wine reception on Saturday last April 6.
TWO MILLION Miles Away is the title of a new exhibition by Galway artist, Maurice Walsh, which is currently running at the Renzo Café in Eyre Street.
Remember the good old days when you could wander into a chipper without a care in the world or worries about high cholesterol, obesity, or high blood pressure and order one, or maybe even two batterburgers or spiceburgers and a large bag of chips?
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“I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading!” said the author Jane Austen. “When I have a house of my own, I shall be miserable if I have not an excellent library.”