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Don Wycherley to start in After Sarah Miles

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DON WYCHERLEY, one of Ireland’s foremost actors, will take to the stage in After Sarah Miles, which comes to Galway from Monday May 19 to Thursday 22.

Track Dogs @ Monroe’s Live

AN IRISHMAN, an Englishman, and two Americans, all based in Madrid, make up the band Track Dogs, who play Monroe’s Live this Saturday at 9pm.

Track Dogs @ Monroe’s Live

AN IRISHMAN, an Englishman, and two Americans, all based in Madrid, make up the band Track Dogs, who play Monroe’s Live this Saturday at 9pm.

Four Angry Men to debate the state of the nation

David McWilliams, Fintan O'Toole, Shane Ross, and Nick Webb - the Four Angry Men - are coming to Galway next month to debate the state of the nation.

Wheelchair On My Face

FRESH FROM winning a Fringe First Award at Edinburgh, Sonya Kelly’s acclaimed one-woman show, The Wheelchair on My Face, comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week for one night only.

Dana becomes second Galway based presidential candidate

This week saw a second Galway based candidate enter the presidential election when Dana Rosemary Scallon received the final nominations she needed to secure a run for the Árus.

Norris to get another city council snub as Higgins does well in first poll

David Norris’ bid to enter the presidential election looks like being dealt another blow in Galway as he is almost certain to receive neither speaking time nor the support of the Galway City Council.

Use internet tools to develop your business

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Leading Irish internet strategist, Aileen O’ Toole will address businesses from Athlone and the Midlands at a business information seminar hosted by Athlone.ie and Westmeath County Enterprise Board taking place in The Sheraton Athlone Hotel on Tuesday June 21 from 12.45pm to 5.30pm.

The Parting Glass

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DERMOT BOLGER’S acclaimed recent play, The Parting Glass comes to the Town Hall Theatre on Tuesday May 31 and Wednesday June 1. This one-man play, performed by Ray Yeates, about a returned emigrant’s experience of contemporary Ireland in the boom to bust years, has been a hit in Dublin and New York, and now embarks on a tour of Ireland.

Fight Like Apes return to Róisín Dubh

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THE MIGHTY Fight Like Apes are coming back to Galway next month to unleash their brilliant mix of wild indie-pop and mischievous mayhem.

 

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