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Tomorrow five weeks, on July 15, at around ten past one, when you’re about to take the first bite of your lunchtime sandwich, with the radio on, you might rue the fact you didn’t do more, that you didn’t try harder.
A fundraising pop-up shop selling new clothes, electrical goods, gift ideas and toys, is opening to the public in Galway for one day tomorrow Friday May 27.
Tomorrow, Saturday April 30, will see the second ever Mayo Day take place across the county and the globe, with 35 events planned for towns and villages in the county over the weekend. Mayo Day is a celebration of our 'Mayo-ness' in Mayo communities worldwide, it offers Mayo people at home and away an opportunity to celebrate all that is great about their progressive, can-do county.
The funeral of Ben Garrett from Kilknock, Breaffy, Castlebar will take place this evening and tomorrow. Ben whose remains were found in Galway on Sunday after a search that had lasted over two weeks, was a Private in the Defence Forces.
TOMORROW MARKS the 50th anniversary of the death of Flann O’Brien, a major figure in 20th century Irish literature and postmodern writing, and his life and work will be celebrated in Galway.
Tomorrow evening in Croke Park, if all things go to plan, Darren Coen will be standing half-way up the Hogan Stand looking out on the field of the greatest victory of his club's history. Does he have a speech written ready for that moment? No, Coen will be shooting from the hip like he has on the field this season and in his speeches after wins in Mayo and Connacht. "No I won't think about that, I got a bit of slagging about my speeches already this year, they might have been a bit off the cuff, but look I won't change the routine, whatever comes out will come out, and hopefully I'll get the chance to go up the steps and relish it, and it'll be a dream come true, but it's all about winning at the end of the day as a team," he told the Mayo Advertiser last week.
FORÓIGE’S WEEKLY drama group returns for its new term tomorrow at the Galway City Youth Cafe, Fairgreen, opposite the coach station.
A NIGHT of burlesque and cabaret, and sumptuously saucy and decadent entertainment awaits when The Dirty Circus returns to the Róisín Dubh tomorrow at 9pm.
ALABAMA 3 will headline a concert in Monroe’s Live tomorrow from 9pm, featuring musicians involved in the award-winning independent Irish film Songs for Amy.
THE GALWAY Youth Film Club opens tomorrow in the Galway City Youth Cafe, Fairgreen, and is open to young people aged between 14 and 18.