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Location: The Palace Bar, Athlone, Co Westmeath
Local Heroes is a new and exciting endeavour to bring local talent back to the forefront, giving a stage to musicians in order for them to showcase their talents.
The Palace Bar, Castle Street, Athlone has become equally synonymous with a great night out as with delicious homecooked food. It offers a high standard of comfort, elegance, style, and service. Food is served in the bar from noon to 8pm Monday to Sunday. The menu offers customers a delicious choice of homecooked foods, from tasty lunches, appetising mains, as well as hearty breakfast options, light snacks, and sweet treats.
Kill Goliath return home to Athlone for a Christmas show on Saturday December 18 in the Palace Bar, with support from London based band Tria, and Athlonians Brainwashington.
The Disconnected Bliss kick start their December tour with a hugely anticipated show in The Palace Bar, Athlone tonight, Friday December 3.
The Palace Bar, Athlone has launched a new lunchtime bar menu which is sure to please all customers.
A meeting of Athlone’s taxi drivers is to take place on Tuesday evening to discuss some of the drivers’ grievances, which came to a head last week with a protest in the town.
Contrary to reports in last week’s paper, early indications of optimism regarding the potential safety of Athlone Town Football Club seem to have been a bit premature, according to a statement released by the club this week.
After an unsettled few months, Athlone’s Passionfruit Theatre is getting ready to reopen its doors to the public next week.
Budget 2010 was claimed to be the toughest one ever and now that it is done and dusted, was it as bad as we were expecting? Many proposals were leaked in advance to prepare the public for what to expect, with the major emphasis on cost cutting as distinct from the usual focus on tax-raising measures. Minister for Finance, Brian Lenihan announced on Wednesday evening that there would be a reduction in the rate of excise duty on alcohol, and a reduced rate on VAT. The latter is now 21 per cent down from 21.5 per cent. This is what some of the local business people who will be affected by this change had to say: