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Galway Food Festival, the annual event celebrating the city as a good food destination, highlighting food provenance, sustainability, and healthy eating, opens today and runs throughout the Easter Weekend.
Kevin Kilbane, who earned 110 caps for the Republic of Ireland between 1997 and 2011, is coming to Galway this weekend to launch a new RoI supporters’ club.
JAPE, O’DEATH, Cathy Davey, Donal Dineen, Legends of Vegas, and Converse Allstars, and others, will be in Galway this Bank Holiday weekend to play free gigs.
As any Galwegian will testify, the women in this city will use any excuse to dress up. On the night of November 23 The Dáil Bar will provide just the occasion for them to find glamorous frocks for the winter party season with Dress Me Up, a sale of new or nearly new party dresses, which will take place at 8pm. All proceeds from the sale will go to COPE Galway. Entry to the event is free with drinks from West Coast Cooler and canapés being served while buyers feast their eyes on the dresses, which will be priced from €10 to €50.
At the photocall to announce details of ‘Singles in the City’ were (l-r) Sara Kate Hurley, AnotherFriend.com, Ger McTague and Jayne O'Toole of The Dáil Bar.
IT IS 1980 and summer in Dublin. It should be a time of fun for a spiky 10-year old girl, but instead of playing outside she has to play mother to her Ma and her brothers.
IAN RANKIN, JOYCE Carol Oates, Colum McCarthy, and The New Yorker’s Deborah Treisman, will take part in this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature, which returns from Tuesday April 20 to Sunday 25.
The Dáil Bar is fast becoming the place to be for a bite to eat or a great night out. The literal translation of The Dáil is The Meeting place, and true to its title the bar is a wonderful venue to relax, or for a romantic meal with someone special. If you have yet to meet that special someone then ‘Go Dating’ is coming to the rescue this May and June for three nights of friendly and flirtatious fun. The first two events are speed dating, and then for something a little bit different, on the third evening the ‘Go Dating Crew’ are pioneering an extra special dinner-dating event. The first speed dating event will be on Wednesday May 27 with the second event being held on June 10. The unique dinner-dating evening will happen on June 24. Each event will be held upstairs in The Dáil Bar, the perfect setting for a touch of romance. For more information, costs and times visit www.godating.ie or call The Dáil Bar on 091 563777. The Dáil Bar and Restaurant is open from 11am daily serving food until 9.30pm.
The 1920s was a time of hot jazz, prohibition, illegal speakeasies, a bathtub gin, gangsters, and silent film stars, now Galway will have a chance to experience it again.
Tomorrow at 9pm The Dáil Bar on Cross Street/Middle Street will host an evening of summer fun in advance of the upcoming Smirnoff Mule Party Night.