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Galwegian goodwill hailed by Liam Neeson

Galwegians have donated more than 80,000 Covid-19 vaccines to some of the world’s least developed countries, and their efforts are being praised by UNICEF ambassador Liam Neeson.

The Green Knight

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Roscommon Drama Group return to perform live stage readings

Roscommon Arts Centre and Roscommon Drama Group spent the summer months working on a project called 'Playing On The Radio' which brought members of the drama group together with well-known Roscommon actor, Enda Oates.

Film review: The Green Knight

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ON CHRISTMAS Day in King Arthur’s court, a knight enters the banquet hall and offers to be struck by one of knights in the room, and in a year and a day's time the knight must find him and he will return the blow.

Galway made film Arracht optioned for Hollywood remake

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FOLLOWING RAVE reviews, awards, and being selected as Ireland’s official entry for the 2021 Oscars, Galway made film Arracht has now been optioned for a Hollywood remake.

‘I’m thrilled to finally be back on stage in front of a live audience’

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In March 2020, Zara Devlin had been busy rehearsing for her starring role in the musical Sing Street in which she was due to make her Broadway debut. But Covid put the lights out on America's theatre capital, and instead Zara went home to Co. Tyrone. This is Zara’s story in her own words.

Druid on the radio with a New York murder mystery

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DRUID THEATRE Company is no stranger to the stage at home and abroad, but radio plays are a different matter. That changes this month when Druid performs Sorry, Wrong Number.

'Getting to Know...' Clare Barrett, actor

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Little Cinema 48 hour challenge

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The Little Cinema & Galway City of Film 48 Hour Challenge is celebrating its fifth iteration this year on the weekend of August 26-29.

Appreciating greatness in our midst

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A sense of belonging is essential in life because it places us in a grouping or place that we hope will allow us to share moments of joy and collegiality. It enables us to appreciate support when there is sadness and loss. It makes us do unusual things in the name of being part of a tribe or a gang. We stand on muddy sidelines and roar on the teams in our colours; we stay up late to watch a rowing race across the other side of the world because we do so with hope, knowing that there will either be elation or disappointment at the end of it. We consume culture that means something to us and which gives us a little gift of wisdom at the end of each performance.

 

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