Search Results for 'Michael Faherty'

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Amit Mediratta to launch his collection of writings

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Artist and philosopher Amit Mediratta will launch his 13th collection of writings, Exile Songs and other Poems, in Charlie Byrne's Bookshop next week. The collection will gather together work previously published at his exhibition openings in limited quantity, and will be the first definitive edition of his early poetry - beautifully presented on vellum paper and hand-signed in silver ink. The title will be produced by Amit Mediratta Publications, the imprint established by the artist last year.

The Sound Of Music

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THE TOWN Hall Theatre will come alive with The Sound Of Music when Sean and Brian Powers’ Twin Productions bring the much-loved musical to the venue for a five night run from August 14 to 18.

Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase

THE 2013 Over The Edge Poetry Book Showcase takes place at The Kitchen in The Galway City Museum, on Friday February 15 at 8pm.

Michael Faherty to launch new poetry collection

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POEMS, THE debut collection of Michael Faherty, will be launched in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop on Friday October 5 at 6pm, by the Galway city arts officer James Harrold.

Dora returns to The Druid Theatre

FOLLOWING ITS sell out three night run during the Galway Arts Festival, Dora, by the award-winning poet and playwright Shane Daly Hughes, returns to the Galway stage next week.

ACC hit Belvedere for six!

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Galwayman killed in Indiana as trench collapses

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A Galwayman was killed in an horrific accident in America last weekend when a 10-foot-deep trench he was digging collapsed on him, burying him under a mountain of soil.

The mighty men of Menlo

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July 4 1929 was an important day in the history of rowing in this country, and particularly in this part of the country, because that was the day that Emmetts Rowing Club from Menlo brought the first senior eights championship trophy to Galway. Almost all the members of the crew were native Irish speakers and all lived locally and worked by the river. During a very wet spring when they could do very little farmwork, someone suggested to them that as boatmen, if they were all put into a racing eight, they would be able to take on any crew.


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