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IRISH ROCKABILLY queen Imelda May and singer-songwriter Damien Dempsey will play the Galway International Arts Festival Absolut Big Top on Thursday July 21 at 7pm and tickets go on sale tomorrow.
Next week in the Town Hall, Galway Musical Society proudly presents smash hit show, Legally Blonde The Musical. The story is based on the novel Legally Blonde by Amanda Brown and the 2001 film of the same name which starred Reese Witherspoon. This is a fresh and effervescent evening of musical fun in which we meet Elle Woods, the college sweetheart and homecoming queen who doesn't take no for an answer. So when Elle’s boyfriend, Warner, dumps her for someone ‘serious’, she puts away the credit cards, hits the textbooks, and heads for Harvard Law School. Along the way, she proves that being true to yourself never goes out of style. This high-energy pop musical's fun and catchy score features music and lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin, and a hysterical book by Heather Hach.
Members of Clara Musical Society are hard at work getting ready to present 9 to 5 The Musical in the GAA centre, Clara, from April 12 to 16.
LEGALLY BLONDE, the musical based on the hit comedy film, comes to the stage of the Town Hall Theatre in a new production from the Galway Musical Society.
ELECTRIC WILL host a variety of DJ, house, and electro events, starting tonight from 11pm with Colm K, Get Down Edits, Disconauts, and Bap To the Future.
The week leading up to February 10 was a terrible week of intense emotions. Feeling of sadness, uncertainty, fear and sheer panic united a close group of friends in Galway and after an extensive, country-wide search, the body of Mags Berry was found in Galway.
MUSIC BY Mozart, as well as the Irish premiere of Jonathan Dove's 'Figures in the Garden', will be performed in Galway by eight leading national and international wind players
“The accession of His Majesty King George V was proclaimed in Galway at 2 o’clock on Saturday (21st of May, 1910). The ceremony was performed by the High Sherriff, Mr. Cecil R. Henry, and took place opposite the Courthouse. On the steps of the building there was a fashionable gathering. Outside the hollow square formed by soldiers and police, the crowd was one of immense proportions. About one hundred men of the Connaught Rangers, with their band and the King’s colour, under Major Sarsfield, were formed up in line opposite the Courthouse, and an equal number of the Royal Irish Constabulary, drawn from Galway and outside stations, filled up the remaining sides of the square. They were in charge of Co. Inspector Flower, Districts-Inspectors Mercer and O’Rorke.
Earlier this week Ireland West Airport Knock and Knock Shrine announced that the first Diocesan pilgrimage from the Archdiocese of Boston to Ireland’s National Marian Shrine will take place in July this year. The announcement of this pilgrimage follows a similar pilgrimage from the New York Archdiocese which took place last summer. This will be the first ever transatlantic service operated by Aer Lingus, from Boston, to Ireland West Airport Knock.
Professor Ciarán Ó Catháin was awarded an honorary doctorate in Management from Management & Science University (MSU), Kuala Lumpur, on January 23.