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Superbly located Knocknacarra home on the market with John Quinn
John Quinn is currently offering for sale No 62 Ashleigh Grove in Knocknacara. The property faces a wonderful green area and is close to all amenities including church, schools, and shops and enjoys easy access to Barna Woods and all local amenities.
Impressive three bed in Ballybrit
John Quinn presents to the market No 3 Gort na gCapall, Ballybrit, which he describes as an outstanding three bedroom residence situated only a couple of minutes from Parkmore Industrial Estate and business park and within walking distance of shopping centres, shops, local schools, church, and less just a short drive from the city centre.
Superb three bed in Sceilg Ard
John Quinn is currently offering for sale No 40 Sceilg Ard on the Headford Road. The property, which is in a walk-in condition, is situated close to all amenities including schools, church, and shops. It is just a short walk from shopping centres and convenient to University of Galway.
Spacious detached home in Glenina Heights
John Quinn is currently offering for sale No 46 Glenina Heights, Dublin Road. The property, which has just come on the market, is a substantial four/five bedroom property with great family living space throughout.
Tigh He-He Comedy Club at the Roisin Dubh
The Roisin Dubh's famous Tigh He-He comedy club returns this Thursday night with host Eric Lalor, comedy veteran Patrick McDonnell and rising star on the scene, Ellen O’Reilly.
Newton Faulkner brings tour to the Róisín Dubh on Thursday March 9
As part of his current tour, Feels Like Home, Newton Faulkner will strip his songs back to their purest form, performing them solo with an acoustic guitar at the Róisín Dubh on Thursday, March 9.
Tedfest Toilet Duck Awards Return to the Róisín Dubh!
Finally, it’s the long-awaited return of the Tedfest Toilet Duck Awards, a stand-up comedy competition hosted by Eddie Mullarkey and featuring 16 of Ireland’s finest up and coming comedians in a war of wits, battling it out until there’s only one left standing.
Spiddal Author, Fearghas Mac Lochlainn nominated for Book Award
An Slipéar Gloine, an Irish story based on Cinderella and told in rhyme, is on the KPMG Irish Children Book Award shortlist for 2023. Fearghas Mac Lochlainn, the Spiddal author of this scintillating book, is delighted. He says: "I'm chuffed. It is fantastic that a book written in the Irish language has been shortlisted. Paddy Donnelly, the brilliant artist who illustrated the book, deserves much of the credit here! I am also much indebted to Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin and Futa Fata who asked me to write the book in the first place and then put An Slipéar Gloine into the hat for the Reics Carló award (which it won), and for the KPMG award."
Micheál O’Connor releases New Single, ‘Home in Mayo’
Galway based contemporary singer-songwriter Micheál O’Connor, originally from Mayo, released his new single earlier this month on Wednesday February 8. ‘Home in Mayo’ evokes the spirit of Micheál's home county.
Clare musician plays 'The Eyrecourt Jig' on upcoming film
Niall Crehan is the youngest son of the accomplished Clare whistle and concertina player Vincent Crehan. With the support of his father, Niall was a highly proficient violinist from a young age in both Irish traditional music and classical music. He won the Father Matthew feis in under 14's and also won a multitude of competitions in the fleadh with groupí ceol, and also in slow air competitions.