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Connemara fashion designer Patricia O’Toole has created a unique clothing line designed to make women look slimmer instantly.
COMING TO the Town Hall Theatre next week is Landmark Production’s staging of Deirdre Kinahan’s acclaimed new play, These Halcyon Days, nominated for Best New Play in the 2012 Irish Times Theatre Awards.
Colm Murray, the RTÉ sports broadcaster, was honoured on Saturday (September 15) at the 2012 Rehab People of the Year Awards “for his courageous, inspiring and moving response to a devastating diagnosis of motor neurone disease, and for his inspirational efforts in speaking out about the condition, the difficulties faced by those affected by it, and the need for a cure”, according to Angela Kerins, chief executive, Rehab, and chairperson of the adjudication committee.
SCIENCE-FICTION, melodrama, comedy, the road movie; big name directors David Cronenberg and Lars Von Trier; and stars such as Kirsten Dunst, Daniel Auteuil, Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen, and Michael Fassbender, will all feature in the Galway Film Society’s winter/spring season.
THE GALWAY Film Society’s winter/spring season starts this month with a screening of the French film The Well Digger’s Daughter.
This Friday June 25 Ability West will launch a memorial “raised garden” to honour the late Christopher (Christy) St George who worked with Ability West for more than twenty years. As a long-serving member of Ability West, he exemplified the hidden and dedicated lives of service to those with disabilities.
A 25-year-old woman who hails from outside Crossmolina is gearing up for the Rose of Tralee regional finals this weekend where she hopes to be one of six out of 29 Roses to be selected to go through to the prestigious festival in Tralee later this summer.
The Galway cycling community is mourning the loss of one of the west’s most well known enthusiasts and charity fundraisers.
Carlow’s most celebrated athlete, Gabriel Shelley was treated to a civic reception last weekend to honour the sportsman for his bronze medal medal in this year’s paralympic games.
A Westmeath based community group has hit out at a government funding body saying that its demands are “crucifying”, “ridiculous”, and “bureaucracy gone mad”.