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Arts festival techno nights @ Electric

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DUTCH DJ legend I-F, leading German producer Tensnake, and David Kitt's New Jackon DJ persona are the highlights of an impressive roster of techno and house talent playing Electric during the Galway International Arts Festival.

Carols by Candlelight in Crossmolina

Killocruan NS is hosting a Carols by Candlelight evening this Sunday December 22 in Crossmolina Church at 8pm as a fundraiser for Kilmurry Church. The concert will feature a past pupil of the school, Aaron Cawley, who is a well known professional tenor based in Europe.

Carols by Candlelight in Crossmolina

Killocruan NS is hosting a Carols by Candlelight evening this Sunday December 22 in Crossmolina Church at 8pm as a fundraiser for Kilmurry Church. The concert will feature a past pupil of the school, Aaron Cawley, who is a well known professional tenor based in Europe.

TULCA 2013 - journeys to the Golden Mountain and beyond

TULCA 2013, Galway’s international festival of visual art opens next week, and for 14 days will host a diverse range of artistic expression and practice throughout numerous galleries and venues across the city.

Artists announced for TULCA 2013

NEAL WHITE and Tina O’Connell, Bojan Fajfric, Sandra Johnston, and Robert Ellis will exhibit at the 2013 TULCA Festival of Visual Art.

Face The Music with Equinox

EQUINOX, THE acclaimed jazz/rock/fusion band, comprising Dutch, Irish, and American musicians, are coming to Galway to play the Town Hall Theatre.

The Lunatick, The Lover and the Poet - Music For Galway’s Shakespearean lute-songs

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A QUOTE from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream - “The lunatic, the lover and the poet are of imagination all compact” - inspires the programming of the Music for Galway concert in NUIG’s Aula Maxima next Tuesday at 8pm.

Galway - embraced by Dr Strangelove?

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Week II

Russia had its eye on Galway

If anyone thought that all a country need do to preserve its freedom when its neighbours are at war is to proclaim its neutrality, then they have only to look hard at what happened to several European countries at the beginning of World War II. Ladies and gentleman of the whinge brigade, neutrality isn’t worth the paper it’s written on.

Westport mourns double tragedy

The town of Westport was plunged into mourning this week after the death of two men last weekend. On Sunday the body of Noel Gill, who had gone missing in the Dutch city of Rotterdam on November 19, was found. Mr Gill was last seen by a friend in the city between 4am and 4.30pm close to the Erasmus Bridge, near Churchillplein in the city centre. A large scale appeal to help find Mr Gill was launched by his family and friends online including a website and Facebook appeals in their effort to locate him. Mr Gill had been in Rotterdam for over a year at the time he went missing, but would return to Mayo regularly to see his wife Cindy and their two children.

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