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‘Working class voices are still struggling for representation in literature’

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TO BE a Booker Prize winner is to be in a distinguished club of novelists working in the English language, but the 2020 winner Douglas Stuart is within an even more select group of recipients.

Róisín Dubh Comedy - live from London and Galway

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ON FRIDAY April 2, Karl Spain’s Comedy KARLnival is coming live from two venues, in two cities, in two different countries, and all on one livestream.

Bird nesting season ban on hedge cutting until September

Galway City Council want to notify all landowners, farmers and gardeners in Galway City that hedge-cutting is strictly prohibited until September 1 to protect wildlife during bird nesting and breeding season.

'The Pools' in Salthill

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The ladies and children’s bathing pools in Salthill were blessed by Canon Davis in 1930. These were two linked tidal pools which filled up when the tide came in and emptied when the tide went out. The floors were of sand so they were a perfect playground for children even when they had dried out. Thousands of children and adults learned how to swim there with Jimmy Cranny of Galway Swimming Club and Christy Dooley of Blackrock Swimming Club teaching organised groups on alternate evenings throughout the summer.

'Getting to Know...' Christopher Ellis

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

The tragic story of Lindon Bates Jr and Island Eddy

On Friday morning, 30th July, 1915 the body of a ‘well-dressed man’ washed ashore at Island Eddy. The island, which sits at the inner eastern end of Galway Bay had a population of 38 and a total of seven families recorded in the 1911 Census.

Ardal O’Hanlon headlines the online Comedy KARLnival

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HE PLAYED Fr Dougal McGuire on Father Ted; a hard working superman in My Hero; a tropical detective in Death in Paradise; even a spaceship piloting cat on Dr Who.

Cycling Saoirse wows Ireland again as she spearheads €6.6 million Late Late Toy Show Appeal

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Kiltullagh's Saoirse Ruane who wowed the nation during The Late Late Toy Show when she had three of her wishes granted was one of the stars again on Friday night, when she spearheaded the Toy Show appeal which raised almost €7 million for a variety of good causes.

‘Cúirt will make you think, will entertain you, it won’t hold back’

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MERE DAYS after the programme for the 2020 Cúirt International Festival of Literature was announced, the Republic of Ireland went into Lockdown. And yet, in the face of that unprecedented setback, Cúirt emerged triumphant.

Druid’s The Cherry Orchard - free to stream next week

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DRUID’S ACCLAIMED production of The Cherry Orchard, starring Derbhle Crotty, will be accessible to audiences across the globe, when it is free streamed next week.


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