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A pioneer of the all-day property auction both regionally and throughout Ireland, O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers will host its next all-day auction from 10am tomorrow in The Harbour Hotel, with close to 50 properties going under the hammer.
Tremendous variety of family homes going under the auction hammer in O’Donnellan & Joyce’s July 24 auction
O’Donnellan & Joyce is offering a tremendous number of family homes throughout Galway city and the surrounding area in its forthcoming auction on July 24.
Home seekers throughout Galway are in for a treat with O’Donnellan & Joyce's June auction. The auction on Friday June 12 will see some 60 properties across the west of Ireland going under the hammer during the all-day event in The Harbour Hotel.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold one of the largest property auctions ever held in the west of Ireland on Friday June 12 in The Harbour Hotel, Galway.
On Friday March 23 1846, the sub sheriff of County Galway, accompanied by a large force of policemen and soldiers, approached the townland of Ballinlass, and evicted 270 people.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has launched its forthcoming auction on Friday December 12 with all 50 properties opened at the weekend for the general public to view.
O’Donnellan and Joyce recorded one of the largest one day sales when the company placed 57 properties up for sale by public auction in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, on Friday. The properties were located throughout the western region from Sligo to Clare. There was enormous interest not only locally but nationally too, with bidders from all over the country.
EMMY AWARD winning director, Dearbhla Walsh, and leading casting director, Maureen Hughes are coming to Galway in October to tutor auditioning workshops.
SALOME HAS always attracted controversy, being banned in England in the decadent 1890s and whipping up a storm of controversy about ‘lesbian performances’ during WWI.
POET, NOVELIST, songwriter, journalist - Patrick Kavanagh - was born 110 years ago in Monaghan, and his life and works will be celebrated at two events in Galway city.