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EVERY ASPECT of acting in a Shakespearean play will be explored in a new workshop from the acclaimed theatre director and teacher Max Hafler.
Over the last few years Mayo cycling company Electric Escapes has built a vibrant cycle tour business around the Great Western Greenway and other scenic cycling routes. A high national profile has ensured consistent growth and the business is now at a point of expansion. Ever enterprising, Paul Harmon the founder of Electric Escapes, is looking at a slightly alternative type of funding which offers opportunities to small local investors as well as a national and international audience.
All Weather Canopies Galway is located at Acme Blinds in Westside, Galway. The business has now been extended to include the all weather canopy. This product is the perfect solution to the Irish weather — a canopy or cover to prevent you from getting wet. It provides low cost cover for areas such as a car port, patio, side passage, or a cover for extra storage at the back of the house for recyclables, bikes, garden tools, pets, drying area for clothes, etc.
Arthur Whyte, spiritual healer, also known as ‘Dr Heal-Good’, will attend the Psychic Holistic Fair in Loughrea this Sunday.
Egg prices across the EU have increased by 40 per cent so far this year. To date the average price in Ireland has only gone up by five per cent but this is set to change very shortly as the impact of the EU wide shortage of eggs hits Ireland.
A psychic holistic fair will take place in the Loughrea Hotel and Spa this Sunday, February 5, from 11am to 7pm.
THE 126 gallery on Queen Street will host a range of educational, fun, and unusual events as well as providing somewhere to chill out, during March and April.
Short shore-based courses are currently available in navigation or VHF radio. These courses can be completed in two days or across four evenings.
Many years ago I had the privilege of being invited, with Alf MacLochlain, then the Librarian at NUI Galway, to contribute to a Radio One programme on the state of the Irish publishing industry, which was then flourishing for the first time in the country’s history.