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One of the west of Ireland's best known charity activists estimates that he will have walked some 10,000 miles in 30 years, when he returns from his latest endeavour, a Bay to Bay Walk from Waterford to Galway, this week. Ronan Scully is asking everyone to join him for the final 5km of his mammoth walk to raise funds for some worthy charities.
GALWAY GIG-goers are in for a real treat next week when the London African Gospel Choir brings its acclaimed staging of Paul Simon’s classic album Graceland to Leisureland, Salthill.
A fundraising cycle in aid of Nurture Africa - an Irish charity based in Nansana, Uganda, will take place on Sunday, July 21.
Self Help Africa will hold its rescheduled table quiz in Tom Sheridan’s Pub, Knocknacarra, on Tuesday May 14 at 8.30pm with proceeds going towards the charity’s work in Uganda and Malawi.
Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre, a Department of Education recognised training institute, now in its 32nd year of business, is a quality school with Cambridge Exams Centre recognition, EAQUALS, Quality English, ACELS/QQI, and FETAC accreditation.
A County Galway widower is commemorating the passing of his late wife by organising a major fundraiser in her memory.
It takes two days to travel from my home in Galway to the rural poor families with whom Self Help Africa works with in Uganda. But in other respects it’s a journey that may as well be a million miles. After two days of travel, your eyes are heavy and your legs are stiff but your mind is racing. You cannot but question how come there are people living in such poverty. It is inevitable then that you ask ‘what can I do to help?’
CROKE PARK, The 3Arena, Aviva Stadium, Board Gáis Energy Theatre, headlining Vicar Street, 32 million views on YouTube and, gigs in New York, Melbourne, Boston, London, Paris, Edinburgh, and Uganda - Seo Linn have done it all.
BRIAN FRIEL'S masterpiece, Dancing At Lughnasa, is one of the greatest and best loved Irish plays, and this month at the Town Hall, Blue Teapot presents a uniquely authentic production, featuring Jennifer Cox, an actor with an intellectual disability, as Rose; exactly as she was written and a milestone first for Irish theatre.
Sam Childers (the Real Machine Gun Preacher) is coming to Galway on Monday March 12.