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Family adventures at Trinity City Hotel

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A sister property of Galway’s Galmont Hotel & Spa, Harbour Hotel, and Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate, Trinity City Hotel is providing readers of the Galway Advertiser with a special family offer of €136 bed & breakfast.

Webinar on Galway and the creative arts

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HOW HAS theatre and traditional music developed in Galway since the 1960s? How has Galway been represented, historically, in art and literature?

The man behind the Ó Conaire statue

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THE SCULPTOR Albert G Power is best known as the creator of the Pádraic Ó Conaire statue, once an integral part of Eyre Square, but now on display in the Galway City Museum.

Asymmetrical Warfare at Luan Gallery

The autumn exhibition at Luan Gallery is Asymmetrical Warfare, which will feature the work of award-winning Wicklow based figurative artist Conor Walton.

‘Every time I looked up I saw my father’

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Even before it came to Galway the statue of Sean Pádraic Ó Conaire was causing a stir. As Albert Power carved away in his stone-yard at Berkeley Street, Dublin, word had got out that this was a work of exceptional standards.

Make May the month to visit the National Museum Of Ireland!

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1. National Treasures - The Exhibition

Make May the month to visit the National Museum Of Ireland

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1. National Treasures - The Exhibition

Top marks for Mayo tourist hotspots

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Three Mayo tourist venues were recognised at a prestigious tourism awards ceremony this week.

Galway to mark a century of women’s right to vote

One hundred years ago this month, women in Britain and Ireland were allowed the right to vote, and in the UK general election of December 1918, the first woman was elected to the House of Commons - the Irish Republican revolutionary, Countess Markievicz.

Galway to mark a century of women’s right to vote

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One hundred years ago this month, women in Britain and Ireland were allowed the right to vote, and in the UK general election of December 1918, the first woman was elected to the House of Commons - the Irish Republican revolutionary, Countess Markievicz.

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