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A night of trad with Donogh Hennessy & Séamus Begley at Monroe’s Live.

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Irish music fans: Saturday September 28th is a date to mark in the diaries as Donogh Hennessy & Séamus Begley take to the Monroe’s Live stage for what’s sure to be a fantastic night of ceol agus craic.

'It is not good for a human being to live in direct provision centres a long time'

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Currently running at the Black Gate Cultural Centre is Failte Africa, an exhibition of paintings by Nasir El Safi, a Sudanese journalist and artist who came to Ireland two years ago and has been living in the direct provision system.

“The Man In Black” Returns to Westport

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After his sell-out tour of Ireland last year, Johnny Cash tribute performer, Terry Lee Goffee, is delighted to be returning to Westport Town Hall on Friday, March 1.

Mayo/Galway sopranos to sing at Knock Messiah

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Saturday night next November 3 at 7.30 pm in Knock Basilica will see two of Ireland’s leading female vocalists take to the stage in a concert performance of Handel’s legendary Messiah with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.

Glenamaddy resident found guilty of murder after three-week trial

A Latvian man has been found guilty of murder after he strangled a fellow Latvian who had filed a complaint against him to the gardai. It was the prosecution’s case that 31-year-old Andresj Krauze murdered Juris Buls (30) after he refused to withdraw his complaint.

EU briefing for students of only Irish language interpreters training in the world

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The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Interpretation, Florika Fink-Hooijer visited NUI Galway recently where she met with staff and students of the MA/PDip in Conference Interpreting, currently being taught at the University.

French Film Festival at Town Hall Theatre

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IN THE week following the horrific attacks in Paris, a timely reminder of the resilience of French culture, and the joy it brings to world, comes to Galway through next weekend's French Film Festival.

‘The keystone of fortune is the power of speaking English’

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Whatever about the discrimination against the Irish emigrants in both Britain and America as they fled the ravages of the Great Famine in the mid 19th century, the effect of gaining a foothold in the two major English speaking countries of the world, pretty much sounded the death knell for the Irish language. 

A world of stories on the cinema screen

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THE ARAB revolt against the Ottoman Empire, the facility reconstructed woman gets one up on her former husband; model families in crisis; and Spanish detectives coming up against a town where dictator Franco is still very much a hero - there is a world of stories to delve into at the Galway Film Society autumn/winter season.

 

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