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My name is Saoirse, I’m 16 and I’m in Dominican College, Taylors Hill. I was born in Galway and have lived here all my life. My father is from Galway city and my mother is from Newfoundland, Canada and all of her family still live there so every few summers we go to visit them. I am the eldest child, I have one brother who is 14 and one sister who is 12. I am doing a week of work experience in the Galway Advertiser this week because I was interested in the different areas of work that goes on behind the scenes.
The Mayo Branch of United Against Racism will have its official launch night on Tuesday, November 19, at 8pm in the Ivy Tower Hotel, Castlebar.
SAOIRSE, A work specially commissioned by the 2019 Galway Jazz Festival, which fuses Connemara sean-nós with jazz and improvisational forms, will be premiered performed by vocalist Lauren Kinsella.
AN TAIBHDHEARC is set to host Snámh na Saoirse, an imaginative play by Róisín Sheehy, which fuses dance, drama, and music. This is Sheehy’s debut work for theatre and is a poetic re-telling of a tragic drowning which occurred off the Great Blasket Island in 1909.
Galway born actress Nora-Jane Noone has been revelling in the success of Brooklyn since the film appeared on Irish screens last month. The movie has certainly lived up to its billing, after it caused quite a stir at its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last January. A bidding war for distribution rights began and Fox Searchlight Pictures sealed the deal for $9 million which was one of the biggest money deals to ever emerge from the festival.
Going from strength to strength the past three years, the Mullingar Musical Society are proud to announce they will be holding auditions for the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Whistle Down The Wind.
Cinemobile, Ireland’s mobile cinema, is beginning its summer tour by visiting Achill Keel, parked at the Sandybanks car park. Cinemobile will be in Keel in Achill from Saturday, July 20 to Monday, July 22.
Saoirse Ronan, one of the finest young actors to emerge from Ireland in years, will be one of the guests of honour at the 25th Galway Film Fleadh.
IRISH ACTRESS Saoirse Ronan plays the lead role in the new film Hanna, about a young girl who is trained by her father to become an assassin.
THE WAY Back, the new film starring Jim Sturgess and Ed Harris, along with Irish actors Colin Farrell and Saoirse Ronan, comes to cinemas on St Stephen’s Day.