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‘Use the time positively, you have time on your hands'

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For many Galwegians, swimming in Blackrock is a way of life, a highlight of the week. During the early stages of the coronavirus restrictions, it was a vital means of exercise, while also being good for mental health during a stressful period.

Group 8 launch LEONARDO 500 exhibition in Ballinasloe

To celebrate its tenth anniversary, Ballinasloe based artist collective Group 8 hosted the opening of its annual exhibition, LEONARDO 500, in the Church Gallery, Ballinalsoe Library, on Tuesday evening.

Liam Jones' journeys through the west

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OLD BOOTS And Other Stories may seem like an odd title for an exhibition of landscape paintings, but this is because the exhibition itself represents various journeys for the artist.

LEONARDO 500 in Ballinasloe

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THIS YEAR marks the quincentenary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, and a new exhibition will feature writing, paintings, photography, textiles, ceramics, and sculpture inspired by his work.

Wet Paint - new play by The Young Offenders' Shane Casey

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WET PAINT, written by and starring Shane Casey, best known for his role as Billy Murphy in the feature film and TV series, The Young Offenders, is coming to the Town Hall Theatre.

‘Promises Promises’ a must see play at Backstage at The Snug Bar

Promises, Promises’ premiered last week Backstage at The Snug Bar. Audiences could not hold back the laughter as local playwright, Margaret McKenna Mullan, brought her old cantankerous and cunning character ‘Rosaleen’ to life in a priceless performance.

Backstage drama has arrived at The Snug Bar

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The launch of Backstage at The Snug Bar will take place on Tuesday, July 2, with the hilarious comedy play ‘Catch me if you Can’ by Margaret McKenna Mullan.

John B Keane's The Matchmaker returns

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TWO OF Ireland's best loved actors, Mary McEvoy and comedian Jon Kenny, are coming to the Town Hall Theatre to star in John B Keane's much loved comedy, The Matchmaker.

Madden’s garage, 1936

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The Madden brothers came originally from near Ballinasloe. They emigrated to the US and when the depression happened, one of them, Jackie, made up his mind to remain in America, but the others decided to return to Galway and set up in business. Two of them, Willy and Charley, developed the nurseries on Taylor’s Hill, Miko opened a garage in Woodquay, and Jimmy built this garage at Nile Lodge with the help of his brother Willy. It was on a terrific location, situated on a junction of the two main roads from the city to Salthill.

Madden’s garage, 1936

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The Madden brothers came originally from near Ballinasloe. They emigrated to the US and when the depression happened, one of them, Jackie, made up his mind to remain in America, but the others decided to return to Galway and set up in business. Two of them, Willy and Charley, developed the nurseries on Taylor’s Hill, Miko opened a garage in Woodquay, and Jimmy built this garage at Nile Lodge with the help of his brother Willy. It was on a terrific location, situated on a junction of the two main roads from the city to Salthill.

 

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