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James Horan has made no changes from the team that defeated Galway in the Connacht final for Sunday's All Ireland quarter-final against Cork.
GALWAY THEATRE audiences are in for a real treat next week - amid the many fine treats already served up by Galway International Arts Festival - when the Royal Court Theatre come to An Taibhdhearc with Irish actress Lisa Dwan’s acclaimed trilogy of Beckett plays Not I, Footfalls, and Rockaby.
Mayo found the extra gear that they needed when the tide looked to have turned against them in the Connacht Minor Football Championship final in MacHale Park on Sunday. With 13 minutes left on the clock, Roscommon had put themselves into a one point lead and looked like they were about to turn for home. But this Mayo side who showed they have plenty of bottle when needed against Galway in their semi-final win, upped the ante again and sprinted past Roscommon over the closing stages.
It was never going to be an easy assignment for Enda Gilvarry's new batch of Mayo minors, opening their championship account against a well fancied Galway side in the home of Galway football in Tuam Stadium. John Donnellan's side came into the game on the back of having already had a championship game under their belt against Sligo last weekend and a growing reputation.
There is no backdoor for the Mayo minors to make a return if they fail to beat Galway tomorrow evening in Tuam in the semi-finals of the Connacht Minor Football Championship.
Starring Eamonn Morrissey (lately of Fair City) and Stephen Brennan, Eat the Peach is an Irish film that is based upon a real-life tale from the Midlands, and Athlone Film Club is delighted to be able to show it to Athlone audiences during Luan Fest. Eat the Peach will be shown in the Dean Crowe Theatre at 8pm on Wednesday August 14 and admission is free.
COMING TO the Town Hall Theatre next week is Landmark Production’s staging of Deirdre Kinahan’s acclaimed new play, These Halcyon Days, nominated for Best New Play in the 2012 Irish Times Theatre Awards.
A graduate from Athlone IT has been awarded an internship with one of Ireland’s leading production companies for his involvement in a prestigious national internship competition run by the Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA).
Four graduates from Athlone Institute of Technology have made the shortlist for a prestigious national internship competition run by the Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA).
Students from across Westmeath are being challenged to prove they are Best in Show in digital media, with a prized internship with an industry leader the reward, under a competition launched this week by the Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA).