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Professor Conor Brady, the former Editor of The Irish Times, has been appointed an Honorary Professor at NUI Galway. Professor Brady will work with NUI Galway in the development of a new innovation stream on the University’s MA in Journalism programme, designed to prepare graduates to work in future roles as digital content creators and innovators in the media industry.
COMEDY RETURNS to the Róisín Dubh as the award winning venue reopens its doors on Tuesday, and what better way to get the ball rolling than with the Comedy KARLnival with Karl Spain and friends?
The noticeable cross sector support which local businesses are engendering within the present COVID-19 pandemic has been lauded by the Athlone Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
CONTROVERSIAL AND acclaimed, Reginald D Hunter returns to the Róisín Dubh this month for a show which will also see a set from the 83-year-old comedian Lynn Ruth Miller.
JASON BYRNE is Wrecked But Ready. It has been a tough past 12 months for the comedian, but he is determined to move on, determined to laugh, and ready to finally celebrate.
THE MAN In The Woman's Shoes and I Hear You and Rejoice, Mikel Murfi's highly acclaimed one man shows, return to the Town Hall Theatre for what may be the final time.
ANDREAS VARADY is the youngest person to have headlined Ronnie Scotts, his admirers include Quincy Jones and the late Louis Stewart, and he is about to make his Galway Jazz Festival debut.
Are you ready to connect with your own authentic power and find stillness within? Are you Willing to communicate from your heart while navigating the complexity of human relationships? If you would like to bring peace into your life discover how empowering resolutions can help.
Near by the ruins of Menlo Castle, built by the Blake family in 1569, is the village of Menlo, a small attractive cluster of houses, that appear to have grown near each other by accident, as it zigzags down to the river bank. There is no village centre as such, but its very irregularity has made it a desirable place to live. Today it is a prosperous suburb of Galway city.
THE MAN In The Woman's Shoes, Mikel Murfi's multi-award winning one man show, described as "a miniature masterpiece” by The Times, returns to Galway's Town Hall Theatre.