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Cllr. Harry Barrett has described as “bizarre” the news that Mayo County Council drew down less than 30 per cent of the funds allocated to it for home adaptation grants by the end of September, according to figures released by the Department of the Environment.
As part of a nationwide tour, Fame—The Musical will be staged at The Royal Theatre and Event Centre in Castlebar from September 14 to September 19, starring the winners of the hit TV show search Ben Morris and Jessica Cervi.
“There is a very thin line between winning and losing,” said a shattered McIntyre after the final whistle.
The village of Clarenbridge has long garnered national and international acclaim for its annual Oyster Festival. The event, now in its 56th year, is very much part of local heritage and this year’s event in September will provide an excellent weekend for festival goers.
A new four-year structured PhD in new media and film, to begin in September, was launched jointly by NUI Galway and the University of Limerick.
On April 13 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre, Athlone Film Club presents the surreal comedy gem, Rumba.
SOUTH AMERICAN, French, Italian, and German films dominate the Galway Film Society’s autumn/winter season, with 11 films to be screened in the Town Hall Theatre from September 28 to December 7.
Athlone Film Club continues its successful spring season with the heartwarming 1982 classic ET, the Extra-Terrestial on Sunday March 29 at 2.30pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre. This is a film which will appeal to children and adults alike.
Following a successful first year the committee of Athlone Film Club is hard at work preparing for the upcoming autumn/ winter season which marks the club’s first anniversary. The new season will also see the launch of a website for the club which will be launched in the upcoming weeks.
Athlone audiences are in for a treat as September marks the start of Athlone Film Club’s autumn/winter season. From September 15 to December 15, films will be shown every second Tuesday at 8pm on the big screen in the Dean Crowe Theatre and Arts Centre. From comedy to classic, from world cinema to contemporary, the club promises an exciting line-up that will appeal to all tastes and ages.