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The collaborative fruition of eighteen local talented musicians, all with one goal in focus, was unveiled to a vast listening audience on Friday last.
Despite the negative connotations which the words COVID-19 evoke, there has been an essence of positivity pertaining to this persistent pandemic with frontline personnel working diligently and valiantly for innumerable hours aspiring to stem the spread of this infectious disease in local communities.
If you missed it last night, this evening (Friday, April 3) you will have another chance at 11.10pm on TG4 to catch Laochra Gael's hour long show on Mayo legend David Brady.
In a show of solidarity with, and recognition of the dedication and courage of frontline workers during the coronavirus crisis, the current mayor, and a predecessor, are flying the tricolour from their houses.
STAND-UP comedian Breda Larkin, from east Galway, and Limerick born burlesque performer Laura Lavelle, join forces for the Wild Atlantic Cabaret.
NEW POPE, Katie O'Connor, Touché, Kieran O'Brien and The Curly Organ will play the annual Citóg Records Christmas Show next week, which will also raise funds for the charity, The Melting Pot Luck - Galway.
To celebrate its tenth anniversary, Ballinasloe based artist collective Group 8 hosted the opening of its annual exhibition, LEONARDO 500, in the Church Gallery, Ballinalsoe Library, on Tuesday evening.
FROM THE humorous sounds of a piano depicting the movements of tortoises to the eerie ambience of 'Aquarium', Camille Saint-Saëns' Carnival Of The Animals, is loved equally by children and classical music connoisseurs.
An East Galway TD is urging the tourism sector in Portumna to make use of the town’s connection to the new movie ‘Downton Abbey’.
THE BRITISH Monarch, Queen Elizabeth, did love her corgis, and dog lovers who love Downtown Abbey can bring their pets to a special 'doggy friendly screening' of the new film in the Pálás this Saturday at 11am.