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Mark Sunday, November 26, in your family calendar as RTÉJr’s Joe The Magician performs his spectacular children’s comedy magic and illusion show in the surrounds of the Dean Crowe Theatre.
Sorcha Richardson’s debut album First Prize Bravery was the culmination of her experiences throughout young adulthood, when she ventured from home in Dublin to New York, Los Angeles and then back again.
With the search for new acting talent for local troupe, The Blue Teapot Theatre Company, set to come to a close at noon on Monday, November 13, aspiring actors are being urged to throw their hat in the ring.
This game was not actually played until September 1924 when Galway faced Limerick in a ‘dour hour’s hurling’. “Physical strength, fitness and courage were the dominating factors. The play was strenuous if fitful and an exciting period followed the interval when Limerick made determined efforts to wipe off the arrears. Galway finished with great dash and were clearly superior on the day’s form.” These were the words of PD Mehigan who reported on the game for the Irish Times.
How do staff at a nursing home facilitate the care of an ageing actress facing the inevitability of dementia? They play along with her delusions to explore her happy memories of rehearsing for a performance of Shakespeare’s King Lear of course.
Luke Gardiner has been appointed as Irish Parts Manager for Argo Tractors Ireland, for whom he will work with the Landini & McCormick brands. A native of Eyrecourt in south east Galway, and skilled in business relations, sales management, E-commerce, marketing and logistics, Luke moved to France aged 13 when his parents purchased a farm in the Limousin region in south central France.
A unique club of eleven will line up at the start of this weekend’s Dublin Marathon with each member having competed in every edition of the race since 1980.
Mounting fears that Salthill Garda station will soon face the axe got a reprieve this week, with a dramatic U-turn decision on closing the busy barracks at night.
Soon, it will become as iconic as the box of USA biscuits at Christmastime or the Guinness Book of Records. There is immense pride in Galway at the local initiative that resulted in the Old Ireland In Colour series that sprung forth a few years ago and went on to smash every bookselling record in the country.
Blue Teapot Theatre Company has launched a search for new actors aged 18 and over to join its full-time theatre ensemble. The award-winning Galway theatre company is looking to expand its talent pool by inviting aspiring actors with an intellectual disability to audition for a permanent place within the resident company of artists. This positive development is part of an overall expansion, aligned to the company’s Strategic Arts Plan (2023-2027).