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New spaces for a new society

Over the years in this game, there has been many a fanciful idea that has been mooted and gave us all great headlines, but which ultimately come to nought. There was the much vaunted Corrib bridge from Knockferry to Kilbeg that would have diverted thousands of cars daily from near Headford to Connemara without ever bringing them into the city.

Movies on which to catch up as cinematic world due to reopen


What to watch before we go back to the cinemas


Movies to catch up on this month

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You may have seen everything new that has been released online over the past few months, so why not check out some classics again. 

Everyone is deserving of compassion, says Gabriel Byrne in appeal for Galway Hospice

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Renowned Irish actor Gabriel Byrne has appealed for support for Galway Hospice afterits fundraising was decimated by the cancellation of annual collections.

What Do You Mean You Haven't Read?

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Anna McCarthy, lead singer/songwriter with indie-rock band, Dott

‘You have given me the right to call myself an artist’

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Not only is it interesting to see the initials of the people Lady Gregory admired on her ‘Hall of Fame’, the famous autograph tree at Coole Park, Co Galway, it is perhaps more interesting to see the names she leaves out.

Connemara premiere for new thriller Arracht

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ARRACHT, the new Irish language feature film from Tom Sullivan, starring Dónall Ó Héalaí, Seán T Ó Meallaigh, and Pádraic Breathach, will receive a special pre-release screening in Indreabhán.

Top International Vocalists for Mayo Music Extravaganza Concert

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A stellar line-up of artists will take to the Royal Theatre stage on Friday February 28 in the forthcoming Mayo Music Extravaganza Concert, including three internationally renowned vocal soloists – Baritone David Durham; Mezzo Soprano Anne Marie Gibbons and Hugh Francis.

Tintown - looking at the IRA in the forties

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THE IRA in the 1940s was an organisation in search of a purpose, which made some horrendous decisions, such as the Coventry bombing in 1939 or the actions of those elements who collaborated with the Nazis.


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