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POP-ROCK band Small Town Heroes begin their Thursday residency at The Stock Exchange Bar on Shop Street tonight.
Are you thinking of throwing a party? Whether you are planning a birthday, fundraiser, engagement party or team-building night, the team at The Stock Exchange Bar are there to ensure you have the best night possible. The Four Floor Late Bar, located at 34 Shop Street, is a new addition to the bustling streets of Galway city.
Another bank holiday is upon us (not that we’re complaining), and where better to get the party started than the Prince Bar Athlone?
Kelly’s Bar and Venue opened its doors in July of last year, but only now have the final touches been added. The mirrors have been hung, the pheasant has been stuffed, the beer taps well and truly tested so Kelly’s is now ready to launch. The official launch party takes place tomorrow Friday February 26 kicking off at 9pm. To celebrate, Kelly’s has lined up music on two floors from two bands and four DJs and lots of giveaways. Entry is free and early arrivals will get a complimentary drink.
Start-up company iFoods.tv sought funding from the multi-millionaires who host the hugely successful BBC’s Dragon’s Den programme.What resonated with the (often brutally honest) entrepreneurs was iFoods.tv’s confident and professional pitch. West of Ireland native Olivia MacDonnell of ConfidentSpeak worked with the “Dragon” hopefuls and shares her secrets behind successful investor pitches.
THE DUBLIN Gospel Choir had modest beginnings as a local school choir almost 12 years ago but since then they have gone on to share the stage with James Brown, Rod Stewart, and The Chieftains.
SATURDAY JULY 4 is when the US celebrates it’s Independence Day and Galway can do so too at Coyotes, on Forster Street.
DURING THIS time of economic recession we all need a good laugh and chortles galore are on the way to the city when the Galway Comedy Festival takes place from October 21 to 25.
TWO SHOWS, which could prove highlights of this year’s Galway Comedy Festival, could also be its most unusual - one is a slide show of photographs, the other a chat show.