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Hanging with the Elephant: An Evening with Michael Harding

Following his hugely popular nationwide tour of venues in Ireland in the autumn of 2013, Michael Harding, author, playwright and Irish Times columnist, is on his travels again to read from his latest book Hanging with the Elephant. He will be in Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday February 20 at 8pm.

Enter the jungle, hear the bass

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JUNGLE, BASS, and dub will be the order of the night when DJs Welfare, Badmandeego, Seriaz, and Man-G play Puzzle at The Cellar Bar this Saturday.

Portwest celebrates 110 years of history, heritage and business

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Founded in 1904, Irish company Portwest celebrated 110 years in business last month. The family-run business has been based in Westport for over a century where the now global company is discreetly run by a trio of brothers, Cathal, Harry and Owen Hughes. Throughout their 110 years, they have become one of Europe’s most trusted name in work-wear, personal protective equipment, safety footwear and leisurewear.

Portwest celebrates 110 years of history, heritage and business

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Founded in 1904, Irish company Portwest celebrated 110 years in business last month. The family-run business has been based in Westport for over a century where the now global company is discreetly run by a trio of brothers, Cathal, Harry and Owen Hughes. Throughout their 110 years, they have become one of Europe’s most trusted name in work-wear, personal protective equipment, safety footwear and leisurewear.

Was James Hack Tuke the Oskar Shindler of his day?

A surprising rescuer of the Tuke assisted emigration scheme from the west of Ireland came from the London government. After the first group of 1,315 people had sailed from Galway for America on April 28 1882, the Tukes’ emigration fund was practically exhausted. Yet the demand for places grew each day. Now more than 6,000 applications, mainly from the Clifden area, but also from Belmullet, Newport and Oughterard, poured into the Clifden union where James Hack Tuke had his office. While poverty and famine remained endemic in the west of Ireland, people with spirit must have felt that the day-to-day grind was never ending. The threat of another Great Famine was very real. They wanted a new life.

Galway company organises run for local suicide crisis centre

A local recruitment and human resources company is organising a charity run later this month in aid of a Galway suicide and self-harm crisis centre.

Two-day puppet workshop in Galway

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A TWO-DAY puppet workshop will be held in Galway by ALâ Theatre and Clarecare in conjunction with Artes and Grodzki Theatre, Poland.

‘The people are mightier than a lord’

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Week III

Seek help if suicidal, urges founder of Tuam crisis centre

“Do not be afraid to seek help if you feel suicidal” is the message from the founder of Pieta House, the suicide and self-harm crisis centre in Tuam.

Baile an Salsa - Latin vibe with an Irish twist

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BAILE AN Salsa, the exciting Irish trad/Latin music fusion band, return to Galway to play Monroe’s Live this Saturday, with doors opening at 9pm.

 

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