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From Druids to dragons and artists to acrobats

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The Pulse from Gravity & Other Myths featuring a company of over 60 performers with a choir of 30 female voices; a newly commissioned installation from David Mach; the return of Colm Meaney to the Irish stage after 40 years performing alongside his daughter Brenda Meaney in Bedbound from Landmark Productions and GIAF; an enormous Dragon wandering the streets of Galway City; epic theatre with DruidO’Casey directed by Garry Hynes; Baxter Theatre and Handspring Puppets Life & Times of Michael K from South Africa directed by Lara Foot; a stellar line up at the Heineken® Big Top; artists Diana Copperwhite and Lorraine Tuck; Grafton Architects; musicians Martha Wainwright, KT Tunstall, Susan O’Neill, Robert Forster, James Yorkston and Nena Peerson; and First Thought Talks featuring Lindsey Hilsum, Fintan O’Toole, Gaisu Yari and a host of speakers are amongst just some of the highlights of the dazzling array of this year’s programme.

From druids to dragons and artists to acrobats as fantastic arts festival launched

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The Pulse from Gravity & Other Myths featuring a company of over 60 performers with a choir of 30 female voices; a newly commissioned installation from David Mach; the return of Colm Meaney to the Irish stage after 40 years performing alongside his daughter Brenda Meaney in Bedbound from Landmark Productions and GIAF; an enormous Dragon wandering the streets of Galway City; epic theatre with DruidO’Casey directed by Garry Hynes; Baxter Theatre and Handspring Puppets Life & Times of Michael K from South Africa directed by Lara Foot; a stellar line up at the Heineken® Big Top; artists Diana Copperwhite and Lorraine Tuck; Grafton Architects; musicians Martha Wainwright, KT Tunstall, Susan O’Neill, Robert Forster, James Yorkston and Nena Peerson; and First Thought Talks featuring Lindsey Hilsum, Fintan O’Toole, Gaisu Yari and a host of speakers are amongst just some of the highlights of the dazzling array of this year’s programme.

Don’t give up on your dream career

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Every year, many Leaving Cert students are upset because they did not secure a place on their preferred course, causing many to feel they have to give up on their dream career. There are alternative ways to obtain a place in courses such as medicine, physiotherapy, dentistry, veterinary, speech and language therapy (SLT) as well as occupational therapy (OT). It is very important to do the research.

Don’t give up on your dream career

Every year, many Leaving Cert students are upset because they did not secure a place on their preferred course, causing many to feel they have to give up on their dream career. There are alternative ways to obtain a place in courses such as medicine, physiotherapy, dentistry, veterinary, speech and language therapy (SLT) as well as occupational therapy (OT). It is very important to do the research.

Don’t give up on your dream career

Every year, many Leaving Cert students are upset because they did not secure a place on their preferred course, causing many to feel they have to give up on their dream career. There are alternative ways to obtain a place in courses such as medicine, physiotherapy, dentistry, veterinary, speech and language therapy (SLT) as well as occupational therapy (OT). It is very important to do the research.

Two war heroes returned to Galway ‘empty and depressed’

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Week III

No need for people to be suffering in pain, says city businesswoman after Spanish surgery

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People who endure constant pain while on long waiting lists for procedures could save themselves the agony and the time by availing of the EU Cross Border Health Directive, said a well-known Galway city businesswoman.

A quarter century of hope and peace

My house was full of radios in my childhood. Television did not appear in our house until my mid-teens, apart from one we would borrow for Christmas while its owner was gone away. As such, what was rare was wonderful and the ability to see other worlds was a major part of the fascination of that time.

Progressive Bluegrass and a Family Folk Tradition with Cup O’ Joe at Monroe’s Live

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Renowned on the folk and bluegrass circuit, Northern Ireland band Cup O’ Joe will bring their unique compositions and re-imagined songs to Monroe’s Live on Friday, April 21. Comprising of three talented siblings, Tabitha, Benjamin and Reuben Agnew, they are also joined by Tabitha’s husband David Benedict to weave a rich musical legacy steeped in family tradition.

Paul Brady makes welcome return to Athlone with Radisson Blu Hotel date

Paul Brady, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and one of Ireland’s most enduring and popular artists, makes a long awaited return to Athlone when he appears in concert at the Radisson Blu Hotel on Saturday, April 15 2023.

 

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