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A future doctor from Athlone was amongst those who donned caps and gowns as they graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland School of Medicine (RCSI) as part of the College’s summer graduation ceremonies. Dr. James Flynn was one of 283 graduates in attendance at the event which took place in the Convention Centre in Dublin.
THEY CREATED the musical genre rockgrass - a fusion of classic rock and bluegrass/American folk - have won the respect of legendary rockers, been going for nearly 20 years, and have a new album out.
IRISH FOLK music legends, The Fureys, best known for the songs ‘When You Were Sweet 16’, ‘The Green Fields Of France’, 'Red Rose Café’, ‘Leaving Nancy’, and ‘Steal Away’, return for their 14th visit to the Town Hall Theatre.
The acclaimed West End production Yerma will be broadcast to the Eye Cinema from National Theatre Live tonight at 7pm.
JASON BYRNE has three brains which kick into action when he hits the stage. His left brain scans the audience, looking for improv moments. His right brain collates stand-up material and stunts, while his centre brain wants to push him to the limit.
There has been a seismic shift in football power in Connacht in the last four years. After Mayo's 17 point drubbing of Galway in Salthill in 2013 it looked like it would take the Tribesmen light years to make up the ground. After slowly narrowing the gap in 2014 (seven point Mayo victory) and 2015 (four point Mayo victory) they have now caught and surpassed us, beating us twice on the spin in crucial Connacht championship semi-finals.
HE HAS often been controversial, he has often been provocative, he is always challenging. He is Reginald D Hunter, the comedian who, according to The Times, is always "going for broke, flying in the face of received opinion in a way that is simply exhilarating".
Some months after Lady Christobel Ampthill’s spectacular accident (her horse who refused to jump a flooding stream, and she was thrown into the river, and nearly drowned), Michel Déon and his wife Chantal, came across her sitting in her car near Kinvara.* She clearly looked distressed. There was a rumour that she had not fully recovered from her accident. She was getting forgetful.
ANDREW MAXWELL, “one of the most significant comedians working in the country today", according to The Independent, returns to Galway to perform his latest show, Yo Contraire, at the Róisín Dubh.
TONY LAW might be the closest thing to experiencing nonsense nirvana. The Daily Telegraph crowned him "the King of post-modern nonsense", while The Guardian said he "takes post-modern stand-up to a dangerously funny new level".