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On, Saturday May 2, Eloise McDonnell, who is just eight years old, had planned to make her First Holy Communion.
The most revolutionary play ever produced on an Irish stage was Cathleen Ní Houlihan written by WB Yeats and Lady Gregory. It was performed to a packed audience on a makeshift stage at St Teresa’s Hall in Clarendon Street, Dublin on April 2 1902. It was astonishing in its veracity.
The funeral of Fr John McCormack, Parish Priest of Breaffy, Castlebar, will take place tomorrow, Saturday, March 28, at 12 noon in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Roundfort, with burial afterwards in Roundfort Cemetery.
Fresh from their first ever UK tour in which they sold out eleven shows including two at the Southport Comedy Festival and three back to back St. George’s Hall shows in Liverpool a city in which they have gained cult status due to their hilarious Everton videos which have led to them being hailed as comedy ambassadors for the club, Farmer Michael and Kathleen make a welcome return to The Prince of Wales Hotel with their highly comedic live show on Saturday, April 18.
Donal O’Fatharta’s Galway U20 side cruised into the Connacht final with a facile victory over a limited Leitrim side.
FARMER MICHAEL and Kathleen, the viral comedy sensations, will be in the flesh in Galway, performing their new live show to the Town Hall Theatre on Friday March 6 at 8pm.
The untimely death of Baylin resident TP Hickey, has been received with much sadness and grief within the local community and across the Midlands region.
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Margaret Atwood, the leading Canadian author and Booker Prize winner for The Blind Assassin and The Testaments, and whose The Handmaid's Tale has become of the great works of Feminist fiction, will be in Galway in 2020.
In the 1920s a family named Healy from College Road built three houses on Forster Street. The owner of the first house (next door to Harry Clare’s stonemason’s yard) was a Jewish man named Isaac. He did piano repairs and his daughter was an opera singer. He worked from a shed at the back of the house. In the 1930s he sold the house to John McDonagh from Glann near Oughterard, who was married to Mary Anne Spellman from Fermoyle. They opened a grocery shop and a lending library.