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"WHAT ARE his favourite pair of socks?”, “How does she like her bacon?” If you think you could answer these kind of questions about your partner, you should take part in The Newlyweds Game.
Even the most sceptical observer cannot accuse those who describe last week’s Brexit referendum result as 'seismic' or 'a political earthquake' of engaging in hyperbole. From an Irish perspective, it is potentially the most significant thing to happen in peace-time British politics since the abdication of King Edward VIII in 1936.
Galway’s film community was out in full force at the Radisson Blu hotel on Tuesday evening for the programme launch of this year’s Film Fleadh, which runs from Tuesday July 5 to Sunday 10.
Hubert Reynolds was born in St Patrick’s Avenue in 1902 and shortly afterwards his family moved to Queen Street. He followed a family tradition when entering the service of the Railway Company as a 15-year-old in 1917. He was a boy porter and earned 10 shillings for a 60 hour week. From his boyhood, he took an active part in the National Movement and joined Fianna Éireann. During the War of Independence, he was engaged on communications work.
JOHN LENNON was so enchanted with Clew Bay he bought Dorinish Island in 1967. Ireland's pirate queen Granuaile ruled the seas around those parts; while the bay also attracted Sid Rawle, the ‘King of the Hippies’.
GALWAY SINGER-SONGWRITER Julie Hough, leader of the London band HAWK, and Captain A's last gig for the foreseeable future, are just two of the highlights from next month's series of Citóg gigs at the Róisín Dubh.
Established in June 2010, Queen of Clean Services Ltd has established itself as a competitive cleaning contractor.
LEADING GALWAY musicians and performers will take to the stage for Superheroes, a special charity event to raise funds and awareness about CGD diseases.
The great 19th century author William Thackeray wrote of Clew Bay, "…the bay and the Reek, which sweeps down to the sea, and the hundred isles in it, were dressed up in gold and purple and crimson, with the whole cloudy west in a flame. Wonderful, wonderful!”
Summertime is a time for leaving the daily grind behind and doing things you enjoy. With Irish summers being generally underwhelming, to say the least, why not consider taking a drama class to brighten things up?