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FOLLOWING THE release of the single, 'Guerrilla Warfare In Your Back Garden', Tuam singer-songwriter Darragh O'Dea, has announced a debut album and two Galway gigs this winter.
The end of the 1981 Hunger Strikes in the H-Blocks will be commemorated by Galway Sinn Féin next week.
“There can be no place for any forms of sexual violence and harassment in our society, and there can be no room for doubt or ambiguity on the meaning and importance of consent.”
A solemn and dignified ceremony was hosted in the surrounds of the 1916 Centenary Garden in Burgess Park, Athlone, to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the War of Independence truce.
On July 9 1921, the British Government entered talks with Sinn Féin resulting in the Truce coming into effect on July 11 at midday.
The Galway Film Fleadh returns from Tuesday July 20 to Sunday 25, both in-person and online, and boasts a programme of 11 world premieres, 45 new films, and more than 100 shorts.
An online lecture examining the Truce between the IRA and the British government in 1921 and the Civil War which broke out the following year, takes place this weekend.
JULY 11 marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the War of Independence. Ireland’s fight for self-determination, and its aftermath, will be examined from a Galway perspective at an upcoming online conference.
Athenry Sinn Féin will hold a commemoration on Sunday June 27 at 3pm in Teampall Geal Cemetery, Derrydonnell to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of IRA captain William Freeney.
The election, on May 24 1921 in the six counties of what was to become Northern Ireland, resulted in the Unionist Party winning 40 of the 52 seats. Catholics in the six counties would now be forced to stare down the barrel of partition and sectarianism as a new order was set in place.