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Cartoonist, painter, poet, novelist, critic, rock musician, punster, polymath, raconteur and wit; Tom Mathews has so many strings to his bow he could open his own archery club.
AN ART trail, in and around the city’s ‘Latin Quarter’, opens tomorrow [April 16] to coincide with this month’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature.
DON’T YOU Know Who I Am? the acclaimed rock‘n’roll short film written and produced by award-winning Galway author Olaf Tyaransen, will be screened on RTÉ 2.
He grew up loving outdoor pursuits and the natural world, despite living close to the world’s largest car manufacturing plant. He has lived in Ireland most his life, but his interest in the country was stimulated in part through British Army radio.
One of Ireland’s leading cartoonists Tom Mathews will launch the Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop 2014 calendar, in the bookshop tomorrow at 6pm.
Spring sunshine greeted the official opening of this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature which was held at the Rowing Club in Woodquay on Tuesday evening.
ONE OF the best-loved Galway restaurants of recent years has been Nimmo’s on the Spanish Arch and the eateries’ many devotees will be delighted to learn that Harriet Leander, the genial Finnish chef who did so much to establish its reputation, has just published a wonderful book, entitled Nimmo’s; Anecdotes and Recipes, combining recipes of favourite Nimmo’s dishes with a wealth of great stories and illustrations.
The Friends of Coole, in partnership with the National Parks and Wildlife Services, Galway County Council, Galway Rural Development, Galway Education Centre, Fáilte Ireland West, and the community of Gort, has launched its winter cultural programme with a feast of drama, heritage, music, and poetry for all ages.
Leading Galway and national artists such as Kenneth Webb, Aideen Barry, and John Behan are taking part in this year’s Claregalway Educate Together NS art auction.
“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counsellors, and the most patient of teachers.”