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As 2019 draws to a conclusion, Kiltoom Drama Group are preparing to stamp their mark on the year as they finalise rehearsals for their exciting forthcoming production.
Holloween is over and thoughts are once again turning to the most wonderful time of the Year. No, not Christmas, we're talking about Panto Season!
A Galway-based author will this weekend see her first children’s book launched in the city. The tale of a bullied pigeon which is ridiculed for having loud flapping wings has just been published and is available in paperback and on Amazon and all major online booksellers.
One lucky family can win tickets to meet Santa and his merry band of elves who are looking forward to returning to Galway and meeting all the wonderful boys and girls.
Princess Cruise Lines launched its stunning new Sky Princess last week, and Caroline OToole, manager of Cruise Worldwide at Fahy Travel, was on board for four days to experience this new ship.
Santa and his merry band of elves are looking forward to returning to Galway and meeting all the wonderful boys and girls. This year’s Christmas experience returns even bigger and better across four floors with lots of new characters to guide you on your way before meeting the main man himself.
Are you planning a dream holiday, a family getaway, honeymoon, a beautiful European or worldwide cruise, or an exciting adventure tour? Then the Holiday & Honeymoon Expo in the Salthill Hotel, Galway on Sunday September 22 from 12 noon to 5pm, hosted by Galway’s expert travel agencies Fahy Travel and Corrib Travel, is the place to be.
An East Galway TD is urging the tourism sector in Portumna to make use of the town’s connection to the new movie ‘Downton Abbey’.
Amy and Molly are two girls entering the final days of school before heading to college. They have worked hard for years and a bit smug about getting their respective courses in top universities.
When one buys a video game nowadays, it is accepted as a given that the standard of story line will be equivalent to a motion picture with graphics as good as real life. Back in the nineties, this was not the case as games like the timeless Super Mario and Crash Bandicoot were bundles of fun but lacked any depth or story.