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Contempo to begin Galway Cathedral Recitals

THE GALWAY Cathedral Recitals series of summer recitals returns with the opening concert, featuring the ConTempo Quartet and David Grealy, taking place this evening at 8pm.

Irish conference of medievalists to celebrate 25th anniversary

The Irish conference of medievalists celebrates its 25th anniversary with a conference from June 24 to 26 in the Moore Institute at NUI Galway. The conference reflects the current state of research in medieval studies, focusing on the history, archaeology, language, and literature of medieval Ireland and Europe.

Castlebar tree surgeon is champion tree climber

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A Castlebar tree surgeon has finished in the top six in the Independent National Tree Climbing Championships at Birr Castle, Co Offaly.

Hot House Flower returns for intimate gig

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One of the much-loved Hot House Flowers, Liam Ó Maonlaí has confirmed he will play a very special intimate gig at the Hole In The Wall, Thursday March 24.

David McSavage to play NUIG

DAVID MCSAVAGE, “the most divisive comedian in the country,” according to the Evening Herald, will play NUI, Galway as part of Students’ Union College Week.

Westmeath schools invited to track the movement of spring across Ireland

Westmeath schools have been invited to take part in this year’s Greenwave project after two schools took part in the project last year. The participating schools in 2010 were Scoil Náisiúnta Brighde Buach, Rochfortbridge and Eoin Naofa National School, Mullingar.

The Magic Numbers heavenly melodies and west of Ireland connections

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IN 2005 London group The Magic Numbers became instant radio favourites with the release of their eponymous debut album and its catchy singles ‘Love Me Like You’, ‘Forever Lost’, ‘Love’s A Game’ and ‘I See You, You See Me’.

Teenage Fanclub - still harmonious after all these years

THERE IS A certain symmetry at work in the career of Teenage Fanclub. Their debut album A Catholic Education was released independently in 1990 and since then things have come full circle. Twenty years on from that debut comes the band’s 10th album, the wonderful Shadows, also released independently.

A new day dawns for LĂșnasa

IRISH TRAD ensemble Lúnasa have been touring for more than 14 years and are poised to release their seventh studio album Lá Nua through their own Lúnasa Records.

Water crisis should force Galway to have a re-think

The lead drinking water crisis is the city’s second such crisis in a year. While we are told it is confined to specific areas, it is still a cause for concern because it has even more serious implications for public health than cryptosporidium.

 

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