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The Gourmet Greenway, Mayo’s only food trail, celebrated its second birthday last Thursday night with a premier screening of Ireland’s first spaghetti western—Once Upon a Time in Mayo.
IT WAS like a scene straight out of a western. Five guys were sitting around a table one night playing cards and drinking whiskey. They wanted to hear some music that would capture the mood. They went through all the CDs they had lying around, but only one suited.
For ten days only: Thrills, chills, romance and comedy in Westport’s 19th century drive-in movie theatre
A 200-year-old courtyard at Westport House built by the 2nd Marquess of Sligo will be transformed into a state-of-the-art drive-in movie theatre for a series of screenings of classic movies as part of the Westport Arts Festival. This year there are 10 feature films on show so there is definitely something for everyone, from the epic western Once Upon a Time in the West to the equally epic science fiction spectacular 2001: A Space Odyssey. For the romantics there will be the timeless Casablanca and perennial favourite Dirty Dancing.
AS ALWAYS there is a huge variety of books available as gifts this Christmas which in an increasingly harsh economic climate offer wonderful value and, when chosen properly, are immensely and deeply appreciated.
TO SAY that the Shell gas pipeline and terminal in north Mayo has been the subject of controversy would be to understate seriously.
Once Upon A Time In The West, a new book on the Corrib Gas controversy by The Irish Times journalist Lorna Siggins, will be launched this week.
A book which tells the definitive story of the battle between oil giant Shell and a small Irish farming community over the location of an onshore gas pipeline is now released.
OWEN PALLETT is many things - composer, violinist, winner of the inaugural Polaris Music Prize, and co-writer of the string arrangements for the Arcade Fire’s Funeral. However he is best known as Final Fantasy.
IT’S BEEN five years since the Róisín Dubh was taken over by Kevin Healy, Gugai, and Co, and in that time it has become the leading music venue in the city, and to celebrate that fifth birthday milestone, the venue is hosting a major party.
FINAL FANTASY’S new album will be “a romantic epic about nothingness” featuring love songs to women that will nonetheless be “still pretty gay”. Strange? Probably. Intriguing? Yes. And the man behind it all is coming to play these songs in Galway.