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Female entrepreneurs from across the West are #MakingItHappen in 2019, and Local Enterprise Office Galway is delighted to present a dynamic and engaging event on behalf of Galway, Mayo and Roscommon to celebrate National Women’s Enterprise Day.
On the subway young Frances finds an expensive looking designer handbag. Rather than just handing it in to the police she decides to track down the owner herself. She manages to return the bag to Greta.
Cara Cunningham, MINDI, Community Dietitian
With less than three weeks to go until the Broadway and West End smash hit musical Chicago graces the Athlone stage, rehearsals are gearing up as the cast and crew work on bringing this sensational show to the Dean Crowe Theatre.
BASED ON the James Baldwin novel, If Beale Street Could Talk is director Barry Jenkins follow up to 2017 Oscar winner Moonlight. It was surprising to see him adapting a book considering his screenplay for Moonlight was so well received, but after seeing this film I can see why he chose this text.
THE GREEN Book was a guide for black people in America who were traveliing south in the 1960s, containing names of hotels and restaurants that were friendly for the 'Negro Traveller'.
ONE OF my New Years resolutions is to rein in the hyperbole. The world today is in an awful state, so blindly claiming everything is either the worst or the best ever is not good for us. I’m as guilty as anyone, just last week I claimed to have had the best pint of Guinness in my life several times.
1. First Reformed: My number one film of the year and walking in I thought I would hate it. Powerful performance from Ethan Hawke playing a priest questioning his faith in the modern world. The ending has been divisive, but to me the film does not work without it.
Sky Road Film Festival features an exciting lineup, the festival takes place on Saturday October 14th!
This year's Sky Road Film Festival features an exciting lineup, the festival takes place on Saturday October 14th at the Station House Theatre in Clifden, Co Galway.
Mayo Local Employment Service has won a National Q Mark Award for Best Quality Management System in Local Employment Services at The National Q Mark Awards. The nomination puts it in the top 6.75 per cent of all audits completed by the EIQA on the island of Ireland and this win means it is at the very top of the Q for highest standards of quality and excellence.