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COLM TÓIBÍN, one of Ireland's most acclaimed and prolific writers, will read from his work at the Town Hall Theatre on Thursday June 25 at 8pm.
A tragedy that devastated the island community of Achill almost 80 years ago has moved Killala-based bestselling author Kate Kerrigan to examine love and loss in her newest novel.
With all the sporting events happening over the summer, I’ve been feeling quite motivated to keep fit. I am an avid fan of Pilates, and try to attend a couple of classes a week and lately I’m training to run five kilometres; for no particular reason other than keeping healthy. With the sunshine here to stay for a week or two, there is no time like the present to be outdoors, whether it’s to take a stroll in the park or run a full marathon. Getting the right clothing is important, for comfort more than anything, especially for your feet to protect them from injury. I’ve been doing some research on the sporting attire on offer this season, and do you know what? It’s just a little stylish!
You’ve been drenched; you’ve been flooded; you’ve been kicked, battered, and depressed by the economic shenanigans. Truly, there has not been much to smile about lately. And Christmas is just around the corner! What you need is a good dose of laughter, administered freely by Athlone Little Theatre’s next show. Don’t miss this great antidote to the winter blues that runs from November 25 to December 1 at the Little Theatre in St Mary’s Place, Athlone. This is their second show in their Diamond Jubilee year and features three one act comedies from the pens of David Tristram, Deirdre Kinahan, and Jim Cartwright.