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Music for Galway, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this autumn, begins its new season with a gala concert next Thursday September 30th, 8pm, at the Town Hall, Galway.
As part of the Westmeath County Council Decade of Centenaries programme, Mount Temple resident, Ian Kenneally, has been reappointed Historian in Residence for the period from August until December 2021.
THE CURATOR, public art commissioner, educator and editor, Megs Morley, has been appointed as the new head of visual art at the Galway Arts Centre.
In the early decades of the 19th century fortunes were made in giving hundreds of thousands of emigrants safe passage to America. As the decades slipped by the numbers grew into millions. Liverpool had the main transatlantic business for these two islands, but Galway, situated some 300 miles closer to America, and with the onset of powerful steam-driven ships, believed that a better and quicker service could be provided.
Westport Tourism Organisation (WTO) has announced the publication of its latest book report: Westport – Where Visitors Feel at Home – documenting the findings of a survey of attitudes/opinions of visitors (domestic and international) to Westport and tourism operators/accommodation providers in the host community, conducted by WTO during 2019.
Following its success in similar awards last year, the Suzuki Ignis Hybrid compact SUV has again been awarded a Best Buy at the 2021 What Car? Awards in the UK. The Ignis was comprehensively judged by the editorial team and announced as the best value overall small SUV model.
Two poetry anthologies, which have emerged from the Black Lives Matter movements in both the USA and Britain, will get an Irish launch at the next Over The Edge reading.
TWO POETRY anthologies, which have emerged from the Black Lives Matter movements in both the USA and Britain, will get an Irish launch at the next Over The Edge reading.
TG4, in partnership with the Creative Ireland Programme of the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, will celebrate Cruinniú na nÓg 2021 with a new creative series for children Cruthaím and a TikTok Drama for teenagers.