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The call by Palestinian artists, broadcasters, journalists and civil society, for an international boycott of the Eurovision 2019, which takes place in Israel this weekend, has been supported by Galway city councillors.
MUSIC AND songs from films like Star Wars, James Bond, Lord Of The Rings, and that masterpiece of homoeroticism, Top Gun, will be performed in Salthill by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.
Due to high interest in auditions for the new cast of Ros na Rún, TG4’s Irish language drama, more auditions will be held at the end of April
FROM COMEDY sketches about life in the GAA, to more serious issues about mental health, if you are a regular user of Facebook, you are likely to have come across the work of Rory O'Connor.
The people from the townland of Eachléim are to feature on TG4's Bailte programme - a series presented by Síle Nic Chon Aonaigh that looks at townlands all around Ireland - on next Wednesday at 8.30pm; the show will be repeated again on Saturday, March 16 at 7.15pm.
Cill Éinne in Inis Mor will feature in next Wednesday’s Bailte series on TG4. In this series, Síle Nic Chonaonaigh visits townlands across the country, investigating the strong connections people have with their native places, through the culture, the ways of life, and the landscape.
Declan Nerney brings his live sound to the Tuar Ard Arts Centre this Sunday, February 24, with the Longford man due on stage from 8pm.
THE CONTROVERSIAL Israeli film Foxtrot, three films from France, a Danish thriller, a Turkish story about family and home, and a Hungarian film dealing with anti-Semitism, will be screened in the Pálás Cinema during the Galway Film Society's Spring 2019 season.
CONOR CONNOLLY, the TG4 Young Musician of the Year 2019, will give a concert in the Ballinderreen Community Centre, this Saturday [January 26], at 8pm.
On the western edge of Europe, there is a unique maritime culture that depended and fought with the wild Atlantic Ocean. The indigenous boat, the Galway Hooker, has sustained this poorest of communities, and a new generation of the same mariners continue to sail by the shores of Conamara, now competing to become champions of the Galway Hookers Association Racing League.