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Cuffe’s Centra was named as a finalist for Best Convenience Store in Ireland for Hygiene and Food Safety. Cuffe’s Centra is an independent, family owned business. The store employs a dedicated, locally sourced team of 36 people which prides itself on creating a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and providing the highest quality of produce. The Black Tie event, which celebrates the highest standards of quality and excellence in Irish business, was held at The Double Tree by Hilton in Dublin and was attended by The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD and was presented by Irish opera singer and TV personality Carol Anne Lowe.
THE BLACK Box Theatre will boom with all kinds of dark and surprising sounds that will make for an awe-inspiring musical experience when Trickster is performed there next weekend.
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THE SPIRIT Of Voice festival returns from November 12 to 14 with concerts and events celebrating song, words, and the human voice.
MUSIC FOR Galway is proud to announce that Metropolitan Opera star Rodion Pogossov has agreed to come to Galway to celebrate MFG’s 30th Anniversary Season on Saturday October 16, at the Town Hall Theatre.
STEPHAN GLEIßNER comes from a German family with a long tradition of blacksmithing, a tradition which Stephan has continued while living in Galway during the last 15 years. However he is also a classically trained singer, possessing a deep bass vocal.
IRELAND HAS no shortage of singer-songwriters. You cannot step into any music venue without encountering some hopeful, strapped with an acoustic guitar, proclaiming ‘three chords and the truth’.
Insufficient ticket sales have put an end to a new outdoor, two-day music festival which was planned to take place in Thomastown this weekend, although organisers have confirmed they hope an indoor event will go ahead in its stead.
ONE OF the definite highlights of this year’s Galway Arts Festival sees the welcome reunion of playwright Tom Murphy with Druid Theatre for a new production of his great play The Gigli Concert, directed by Garry Hynes.
It is exactly 30 years since Thos McDonogh and Sons presented Druid Theatre, for a peppercorn rent, with an old warehouse in Chapel Lane, in Galway’s Latin Quarter. It was far from a Latin Quarter at the time. Like other parts of the old city most of it was falling apart. Old 18th and 19th century buildings were roofless and derelict, a home for cats and rats. But it had a rough diamond look about it too with its pawnbrokers, ‘Nora Crubs’, the always warm Tigh Neachtain’s (if you could get in!), the Pedler and Kenny bookshops, Sonny Molloy’s very modest women’s undergarments shop, and the larger than life Mrs Mc Donagh, who showed us all that there was more to the fish industry than a stinky grilled herring, fried mackerel, and the auld cod.