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WRITTEN BY Shakespeare in about 1597, The Merry Wives of Windsor, the bard's comedy of middle-class English life, is set to receive a contemporary setting in a new performance by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
A voluntary organisation which runs workshops and programmes on confidence building, leadership skills, personal growth, and organisational development in the city is spearheading a fundraising drive to support its work.
A game which promised so much for St Loman's, Mullingar ended in deep disappointment at O'Moore Park last Sunday as Moorefield were crowned Leinster Club champions following a 1-14 to 2-10 win.
Once again Christmas approaches and inevitably that means it’s time to prepare for our Annual Christmas Art Competition. The principal aim of the competition is to find a glorious colour cover for the Christmas week edition of the Galway Advertiser on December 21 and in so doing we know a great many people derive a lot of pleasure and satisfaction from entering.
Winner of Athlone Advertiser Christmas Art Competition could be flying to Legoland with help of Ireland West Airport Knock
The winner of this year’s Athlone Advertiser Christmas Art Competition will be flying to Legoland at Windsor courtesy of the competition sponsors Ireland West Airport Knock.
Now that school is out for the summer, families in Ireland will be thrilled to hear that ferry company Stena Line has launched its latest range of Theme Park Breaks to Britain, which for the first time includes Drayton Manor (featuring Thomas Land), alongside existing favourites Legoland Windsor Resort and Alton Towers Resort, home to CBeebies Land.
Despite a splendid hat-trick of tries by Eoghan O’Reilly, Ballynahinch again proved Buccaneers’ nemesis when they defeated the Midlanders 41-19 in their Ulster Bank League promotion play-off at sunny Ballymacarn Park on Saturday.
Gardai have recovered six oil paintings which were stolen from a church in Kiltullagh in 2013. The specially commissioned paintings by Dublin-born artist Evie Hone were part of a set of 14 Stations of the Cross estimated to be worth about €500,000. Following the robbery at St Peter and Paul's Church, Crimestoppers offered a reward for any information leading to the recovery of the stolen artwork.