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Fallon delighted to win Bray battle

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Before next week’s crucial play-off series Galway United’s SSE Airtricity League first division campaign concludes with a fixture against Cork City at Turners Cross tomorrow (7.45pm).

Slimming World - not just for women

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Pat Murphy (35) is living proof that Slimming World is not just for Women.

A father's long, strange, shopping trip

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PAT KINEVANE, described as "a truly remarkable performer" by The Arts Review, brings his new show, Before, set in Clery’s of Dublin, on the very day the iconic department store shut down for good, to the Town Hall Theatre.

Bristol move for family says Connacht coach Pat Lam

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Connacht head coach Pat Lam, in his first interview since announcing his shock departure from Connacht Rugby, says the offer from Bristol rugby was too good to turn down because it secures his family's future.

Pat Kinevane’s thrilling theatrical threesome

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Writer/actor Pat Kinevane visits the Town Hall next week with a triple-bill of his hugely acclaimed, award-winning solo shows, Silent, Underneath, and Forgotten.

Show Me The Funny

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PAT MCDONNELL, best known for his roles in The Savage Eye and as Eoin McLove from Fr Ted, is the special guest at the fourth heat of Show Me The Funny in The King's Head on Monday February 1 at 8pm.

Last Night In Mayo

“Pint, Pat?”

'Pat The Boat' a poem by Walter Macken

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As we come to the end of the Walter Macken centenary, we thought it appropriate to reprint the only known piece of poetry that he wrote. It was first printed in 1963 in Criterion, a UCG magazine that was edited by Kevin Brophy at the time. It is homage, ómós if you like, to an old fisherman and reflects Macken’s love of fishing, of the Corrib, and of his understanding of people. The photograph of himself and his wife Peggy was taken in the garden of their home Gort na Gainiv near Oughterard c1960.

Laughing all the way to the undertakers with Pat Shortt

The inimitable and irrepressible Pat Shortt comes to the Dean Crowe Theatre on Friday, December 11 to tell the tales of singing undertaker Mossey Burke, in his new show Selfie.


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