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A new book from Rita Ann Higgins is always a cause for celebration and Friday February 15 sees the publication of Our Killer City, a scintillating and spiky compendium of essays and poems.
IN HIS poem 'The Allansford Pursuit', based on witches’ chants, Robert Graves wrote: "Oh, I shall go into the hare/With sorrow and sighing and mickle care/And I shall go in the Devil’s nam/Aye, till I be fetchèd hame."
GILL CHRISTIE, the award winning Galway filmmaker and artist, will hold a 10 week art class, covering painting and drawing, starting on Tuesday February 19.
The world of make up and beauty is one of creativity for Halina Zielinska. A passion for Halina, to be immersed in a job she loves is proving to be a wonderful experience.
RODNEY OWL, the Galway singer-songwriter will today release his new single, 'A Life Misleading', which features contributions from a number of the city's leading musicians.
The Square appears as a green piece of land outside the city walls on the early maps of Galway. The 1651 map shows it more or less in the shape it is today. In 1710, Edward Eyre (whose family had come over with the Cromwellians) became mayor of the city. He lived in a house roughly where the Meyrick Hotel is today and the patch of land in front of his house was known as ‘The Mayor’s Garden’. He presented it to the city and it became known as Eyre Square
MALCOLM MIDDLETON, the solo singer-songwriter, who is also known as one half of Arab Strap, along with Aidan Moffat, makes a welcome return to Galway next month to play the Róisín Dubh.
A DREAMLIKE journey through memory, identity, and the obstacles encountered by a contemporary practising artist, make up the paintings on display in Procession, the new exhibition by Gerry Davis.
“A CURLY Organ show is like an encounter with a modern day wild eyed ancient prophet man. He stands out as a genuine artist, a lone voice in the wilderness growing a cult following.”
FOREWARNED IS forearmed as they say, and if you are about to enter nightmare worlds which are the creation of a violent sociopath, or a corrupt corporation, or possibly both, an 'It'll be alright on the night' attitude is not advised.