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The lifestyle event for people who are retired or are about to retire is coming to Galway.
Ballinasloe’s Maureen Cahalan refused to let the grief and sadness after the loss of her husband in 2001 define the rest of her life. Instead she decided to make a positive difference within her community of Ballinasloe.It has culminated in Maureen Cahalan winning the Ballinasloe Social and Community Mayoral Award for 2012 for her work as secretary of Community Hearts.
On Halloween night this week, Young Irish Film Makers held the premier of their latest summer production, First Confession, in Kilkenny’s Set Theatre.
On Halloween night Young Irish Film Makers will hold the premiere of their summer production First Confession.
It is like a jungle sometimes unless you invented DJing with two turntables and a microphone back in the late seventies. Without the Grandmaster there would be no MC busting loose over your favourite hip hop jams, nobody scratching or mixing records and no grooves on the radio. The godfather of this genre, Grandmaster Flash, is coming to Castlebar this October 30 when he takes to the wheels of steel at Choice at the Royal. Grandmaster Flash introduced us to the seminal classics ‘White Lines’ and ‘The Message’ and in 2007 became the first hip-hop artist to be inducted into the Rock and Roll hall of fame.
The programme of events for the 2011 Ballinasloe October Fair, worth in the region of €8.5 million to the local economy, was officially launched by Mayor of Ballinasloe, Cllr Mike Kelly at a special reception at the Carlton Shearwater Hotel in Ballinasloe on Monday night.
Next summer a Kilkenny-based group of Young Irish Film Makers (YIFM) will travel to Ecuador to set up a digital film making project to help young people in danger of becoming street children.
Dreamstuff Youth Theatre will be 10 years old next year and to celebrate they are launching a year-long programme that will all go under the title of ‘Dreamstuff 10’.
FANS OF Elvis will be flocking to the Black Box Theatre to see Elvis - An American Trilogy tribute show on Saturday August 16 - the 32nd anniversary of The King’s death.
This Saturday, November 21, The Young Irish Film Makers are hosting a film festival in the Parade Tower from 2pm to 4pm.