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Like many people I came to Galway for a weekend and forgot to leave. Music and craic is what kept me here. The Blue Notes choir is full of both. What started out with a text has blossomed into a community of 35 beautiful melodic voices under the tuition of the wonderful Tracy Bruen. Check out the video on their page to see how much they mean to The Blue Note and to each other.
Tuar Ard Arts Centre will host an exciting programme of events to celebrate Culture Night tomorrow, Friday, September 20.
With the temperatures falling, getting away for a family break when the kids are on holiday from school is a great option during autumn and winter. A chance to de-stress and grab a little sunshine, make some fabulous memories and spend quality time together. However, you know you’re going to be so relaxed and have lots of fun once you get there, but before that, there’s the dreaded journey. Flying with kids can be pretty traumatic when you’re not prepared and even when they’re settled, you’ve got hours of just sitting there to get through. Here are our top tips for making your journey as pleasurable and stress free as possible…
'Culchie Warriors', to perform on the Tuard Ard stage in Moate, on Friday, May 24, at 8pm, brings two of the most memorable characters from Father Ted together for a night of hilarious comedy plus a chance to compete in a 'Lovely Girls' competition.
The inimitable sound of Jack Lukeman will grace the Tuar Ard stage in Moate on Friday, February 1, as an intimate performance awaits.
This compact Indian journey will introduce travellers to three very different northern cities and the colourful rural life of Rajasthan.
Tuar Ard Arts Centre Moate is proud to host ‘The Six Marys’ on Thursday next, October 11. This one woman comedy show written and performed by Athlone native, Jean Farrell tells the story of six girls born in 1950s Ireland and christened Mary.
There is no doubting the importance of mathematics in everyday life. It is used in developing reasoning, creativity, abstract and spatial thinking, problem-solving, and communication.