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Sherry FitzGerald welcomes No 141 Dun na Carraige to the market for sale by private treaty. Located in one of Galway’s most sought after areas, this semidetached home is perfect for any family, just a stone’s throw from Salthill Promenade and walking distance to the local schools — Salerno, Scoil Einde, and Taylor’s Hill.
Celebrate Mother’s Day in the relaxed surroundings of Prom Restaurant.
On Saturday October 29, a crowd of terrifying zombies will be released onto the Salthill Prom. Their mission, to capture every human (big or small) who dares to take on the challenge of “The Village Salthill Zombie Chase” and prevent them from making it to the Safety Zone of Salthill Park!
Rock'n'roll, rockabilly, and shakin' like Elvis singing 'Hound Dog' is the order of the day when The Hounddog Ball, a charity event in aid of MADRA, dog rescue and adoption, takes place this month.
ROCKABILLY AND roots music will collide in exciting fashion when the great Joe Fury & The Hayride play Monroe’s Live on Sunday June 5 at 9pm.
Musician Sharon Shannon is calling on dog owners to sign up to take part in the MADRA Dogathon fundraising dog walk which will take place on Sunday May 15 from the Claddagh in Galway city at 1 pm.
ROCKABILLY, ROCK, Latin-American grooves, vocal harmonies, and cinematic western scores are combined in the sound of Dublin quartet Mongrel State, who play Monroe’s Live on Friday February 19 at 9pm.
THE BOG Hoppers, the Seattle folk punk band, are in Galway next week to play two shows in the city - the Róisín Dubh on Monday July 28 and Monroe’s BackStage Bar on Tuesday 29.
THE IRISH rockabilly trio The Screamin’ Bluecats are coming to play Monroe’s Live this Sunday at 10pm.
CANADIAN ROCKABILLY band Backyard Devils are bringing their award winning sound to Monroe’s Live tonight at 10pm.