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Nine by four in one

ONE VENUE, the Galway Arts Centre, will host the work of four artists - Aideen Barry, Alan Butler, Maeve Clancy, Oonagh Young, and Sam Keogh - in an exhibition entitled Nine.

Parke Arts and Drama group are coming back to the Royal

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March,have returned to the The Royal Theatre Castlebar with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three-act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

Parke Arts and Drama group are coming back to the Royal

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March, returns to the stage this July in The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Thursday, July 12 with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

Parke Arts and Drama group are coming back to the Royal

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March, returns to the stage this July in The Royal Theatre Castlebar on Thursday, July 12 with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

The award winning Parke Arts and Drama group returns to the stage

The Parke Arts and Drama group, winner of the Mayo County Council drama award in 2011 for its production of Cupid Wore Skirts last March, returns to the stage this March with its 2012 production Fortunes and Misfortunes, a side-splitting three act comedy by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Keary.

Irish group for young people

Are you a young person over the age of 12 who would like to meet up with other young people to socialise through Irish? Ceol 's Comhrá is a new group of young people who are interested in creating a space for Irish to be spoken in an informal, friendly, and relaxing atmosphere.

Get a taste for Irish

An opportunity to dust off your cúpla focal and perhaps even learn cúpla focal eile, and have a bite to eat at the same time, will take place at an event to be held in Quattro, Pearse Street, Ballina, on Thursday April 29 at 1pm.

Family affair at the Linenhall

Top Irish violinist Geraldine O’Grady and her daughter and fellow-violinist Oonagh Keogh join forces for a very special concert the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday, February 11 at 8pm. Geraldine O’Grady has been in the forefront of Irish music since she graduated from the Paris Conservatoire with the coveted Premier Prix and First Place, and has had a distinguished international career as recitalist and soloist with major symphony orchestras. Geraldine’s daughter, Oonagh Keogh, is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and has an honours MA from the University of Limerick. She has performed extensively as a soloist and is a member of the much-acclaimed Irish Chamber Orchestra.

Irish language services — customer survey

Mayo County Council is currently looking for your views on the range of Irish language services provided in the county now, and in the future. It is asking the public to complete a survey regarding the Irish language services provided by the council. The survey only take five minutes to complete. Full details can be had by contacting Oonagh Kelleher, Oifigeach Forbartha na Gaeilge, Comhairle Contae Mhaigh Eo, telephone 094 904 7541/087 697 2922, e-mail [email protected]

 

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