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THE GALWAY Musical Society holds auditions for The Hired Man this Saturday in The Connaght Hotel at 2pm. All are welcome to try for parts or to be involved in the chorus.
Flag - A new taxi app designed for students wil launch in Dublin City this December. The unique app is the only service in the world that allows a passenger to travel and pay for taxis with no phone, cash or bank card while ensuring the driver still gets paid.
GALWAY PROG-FOLK band My Fellow Sponges today [Thursday November 23] release their new single 'The Schlieffen Plan' and will promote it with gigs around Ireland, including three dates in County Galway.
THE GALWAY Arts Centre will launch the festive season with a Christmas party on Thursday December 7, running from 8pm to midnight.
Once again Christmas approaches and inevitably that means it’s time to prepare for our Annual Christmas Art Competition. The principal aim of the competition is to find a glorious colour cover for the Christmas week edition of the Galway Advertiser on December 21 and in so doing we know a great many people derive a lot of pleasure and satisfaction from entering.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 2 An Fearban to the market for sale by private treaty. This is a new detached contemporary home built on the seaside of the road in Furbo village, directly overlooking Galway Bay. It is one of only seven new architecturally designed homes, each on its own large site, but sharing common open green spaces and direct access to the shore of Galway Bay.
Galway City Council and NUI Galway have signed an agreement to formalise joint plans for collaboration and development in Galway city. The signing of the “Poitiers Declaration” means NUI Galway is the latest of the Coimbra Group of long-established, multidisciplinary research European universities to agree cooperation initiatives within their local socio-economic environment. Galway joins cities from Barcelona to Vilnius in setting a programme of collaboration in areas as diverse as economic development, public transport and sport.
NUI Galway has launched seven new Arts degrees for enrolment in 2018. The new offerings respond to feedback from students, industry and employers and further expands the specialised Arts study options at NUI Galway.
Who was St. Vincent de Paul? The charitable organisation founded in his name ensures that he remains familiar, but what was the background and history of this French Catholic priest, canonized in the eighteenth century? This year is the 400th anniversary of organisations taking him as patron and source of inspiration.
Galway WFC were denied a first trophy after UCD Waves bagged a late goal to win this season's Continental Tyres WNL Shield.