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World premiere of Great Famine poem in Athlone Little Theatre

Members of Athlone Little Theatre will take to the boards on Saturday, June 25, to present a staged reading of a new epic poem 'An Gorta Mór Bis', based on the Great Famine, the work written by a fourth generation Irish American Thomas Milan, a retired NATO official living in Paris.

Local Music Platform to start summer season at the Dean Crowe Theatre Bar

Following the success of February’s free music concerts with Cillian Hill, Colin Fahy and Paul Gurney in the Dean Crowe Theatre Bar, the June offering promises some more top class talent with Rob Irwin performing live on June 16, Brian Mac Band on June 19 and David Dockery on June 23.

Local Music Platform to start summer season at the Dean Crowe Theatre Bar

Following the success of February’s free music concerts with Cillian Hill, Colin Fahy and Paul Gurney in the Dean Crowe Theatre Bar, the June offering promises some more top class talent with Rob Irwin performing live on June 16, Brian Mac Band on June 19 and David Dockery on June 23.

Luck of the draw brings Monaghan to Mayo

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It's probably not the worst draw in the world, but it could have been a little more straightforward as Mayo were pulled out of the bowl first in the live draw on Radio One last Monday morning, followed closely by our first round qualifier opponents, Monaghan.

Mayo waiting for Monday to identify opponents

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Mayo's first round qualifier opponents will be known after the draw on Radio One next Monday morning. We will all be eagerly tuned in to see who Mayo get drawn against as there are teams in there that could easily send us packing out of the championship for 2022.

John Prine to be celebrated at livestream concert in Galway

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JOHN PRINE, the late, great, American singer-songwriter, best known for such songs as ‘Same Stone’, ‘Illegal Smile’, and ‘Angel From Montgomery’, will be celebrated next month in his adopted home of Galway.

Mount Temple resident reappointed to Historian in Residence position

As part of the Westmeath County Council Decade of Centenaries programme, Mount Temple resident, Ian Kenneally, has been reappointed Historian in Residence for the period from August until December 2021.

Padraig Jack - live from An Taibhdhearc

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PADRAIG JACK, described by Hot Press as "one of Ireland’s most exciting emerging folk artists", will play a special live streamed concert from An Taibhdhearc this Sunday, December 13, at 8.30pm.

Light a candle in memory of donors who gifted life

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Galway organ donors will be honoured in a special Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving to be broadcast on RTE 1 on Sunday (11am).

Local authority makes historian in residence appointment

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As part of the Westmeath County Council Decade of Centenaries programme, Mount Temple resident, Ian Kenneally, has been appointed Historian in Residence for the period from August until November 2020.

 

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