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FREGOLI THEATRE Company gets 2015 off to a strong start next week at the Town Hall Theatre studio with the premiere of artistic director Maria Tivnan’s Mary, Mary, Mary.
GALWAY’S FREGOLI Theatre Company makes its first appearance of the new year at the Town Hall Theatre Studio next week with the world premiere of Maria Tivnan’s one-act play, Let Me Be.
THIS EVENING at 6pm the Galway public will be able to meet the Artspace artists currently exhibiting in The Shed gallery at the Galway Harbour.
GO PANDA Go began life as a duo in County Donegal before relocating to Galway where they became a quartet, and then come the New Year, they expanded to a quintet.
ONE OF the high-points of the current Town Hall Theatre season hits the stage next week with Tennessee Williams’s autobiographical memory play, The Glass Menagerie.
What is better than getting the wedding of your dreams while doing something for charity? Well, a Galway-based businness, IdealWeddings.ie, is offering just that, helping couples to better plan, and afford, the big day while at the same time raising money for children’s charity ISPCC.
IDENTITY PARADE, the indie rock five-piece, described by Stiff Records founder Dave Robinson - who discovered Elvis Costello and Ian Dury - as having “a very impressive sound”, play Gigantic at Kelly’s, Bridge Street, on Saturday April 10 at 9pm.
THE PATRICIAN Musical Society’s 2010 production sees it take on one of Gilbert & Sullivan’s finest pieces, The Mikado. Fittingly it sees the society take on this show during its 125th anniversary since it was first performed in 1885.
Carlow’s great hope is firmly attached to the handlebars of two locals setting out for world title glory. Cyclists Keith Heary and Louise Nolan are heading to Italy on September 27 and 28 to compete in the World Duathlon championships. The event, a two-discipline event with a 10km run, 40km cycle, and then a 5km run, takes place in Rimini, Italy. “Myself and Louise got selected to represent Ireland by taking part in a series of selection races over the course of the year,” Keith told Carlow First. “I qualified by finishing second overall in the Limerick Duathlon series of three races (winning one race), and also won the Waterford Duathlon, which were qualifying events. Louise qualified by finishing fourth overall in the Limerick Duathlon series and winning the Carrick-on-Suir Duathlon,” he said. Graiguecullen native Keith and Carlow native Louise are well known locally and are inundated with well wishes as they prepare for the trip.
Having previously announced that they would be stepping aside at the end of this season, the carrot of playing in next season’s All Ireland senior championship would tempt Mayo management team of Martin Brennan and Pete Finnerty to stay on for another season according to Brennan. Standing in Mayo’s way of achieving that goal are seven other sides and the competition will begin in earnest this weekend.