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The topic of usage of the Civic Square canopy was the result of much discussion at the Municipal District monthly gathering.
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THERE ARE an infinite number of reasons why people buy books, but at the risk of generalisation, two reasons stand out: people who buy books to read them and those who buy books to collect them. While the former will most certainly read their purchases, the latter will probably not read theirs.
FOLLOWING THEIR Big Top concert tomorrow night, Kodaline will be heading to HALO to play a DJ set at the Abbeygate Street venue from 11pm.
Exhibit B, one of the flagship events at this years Galway International Arts Festival, has been branded a "racist installation", and a direct appeal has been made to the festival to remove it from its programme, in spite of the fact that the show is currently running in the Black Box Theatre.
MATT BERRY, the velvet voiced, charismatic star of Toast of London, The IT Crowd, and The Mighty Boosh, is among the cast of a new black-comedy, Swansong, which premieres at the Galway Film Fleadh.
THE BEST science-fiction writers do not just write about fantastical worlds in far flung galaxies, their work, be it that of HG Wells, Philip K Dick, or Arthur C Clarke, reflects on the contemporary world, and looks deeply at how technology and society may develop in the future.
Disney Pixar’s Pete Docter, the man who directed Up, and Jonas Rivera, the man who produced that already classic, animated film, will attend the Galway Film Fleadh to screen their new movie Inside/Out.
JOHN C REILLY, the American actor best known for his roles in Guardians of the Galaxy, Anchorman 2, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Wreck It Ralph, and Chicago, for which he received an Oscar nomination, is coming to the Galway Film Fleadh.
PRODUCT RECALL, an exhibition looking at ideas of displacement, and companies having to 'recall' products that could maim or kill consumers, is currently running in the Galway Arts Centre on Dominick Street.