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I Spy…at Baboró children’s festival

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Today, the German ensemble Das Papiertheater present their captivating dance theatre show I Spy With My Little Eye at the Black Box Theatre as part of the Baboró children’s festival.

The man who sank the SS Athenia

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While Galway was caring for some of the survivors of the SS Athenia, torpedoed off the Donegal coast on September 3 1939, America, Britain and Canada unleashed a vitriolic attack on Germany for sinking a passenger ship. Included among her 1,418 passengers and crew were more than 300 Americans. A total of 117 people were killed, some unfortunately as they were being lifted from the sea by the rescue boats including the Knute Nelson (which had brought 430 survivors into Galway), and three British warships, the HMS Electra, HMS Fame and the HMS Escort, which had rushed to the scene. Among the dead were 28 American citizens.

Major event planned to mark ten years of the Irish Centre for Human Rights

World-renowned human rights experts are coming to Galway to mark the 10th anniversary celebrations of NUI, Galway’s Irish Centre for Human Rights.

The blacksmith’s song

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STEPHAN GLEIßNER comes from a German family with a long tradition of blacksmithing, a tradition which Stephan has continued while living in Galway during the last 15 years. However he is also a classically trained singer, possessing a deep bass vocal.

Looking again at the Nuremberg trials

The Nuremberg trials of the surviving Nazi criminals after World War II are possibly the most famous trials in history.


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