St Ignatius College, Galway, 1911

Galway In Time Gone By – A browse through the archives of the Connacht...

1914 ‘Fenians’ attacked Mr Kilbride, R.M., imposed a smart sentence on John Kelly, a Galway boy, at Oranmore Petty Sessions. The accused was arrested at Castlehacket on the 24th April on a charge of house breaking...
May: a month that had its own complications

May: a month that had its own complications

Country Living with Francis Farragher May is slipping in quite gently and as the days elongate with great gusto, it’s hard to imagine that just over three months ago, we were all struggling with storms...

Fargo makes seamless transition to small screen

TV Watch with Dave O’Connell The name suggests it’s a movie remade for television, and there are clear connections between the original Fargo and the current small screen version going out on Channel 4 –...

Festival celebrates a special landscape

Lifestyle - Judy Murphy meets the people behind Burren in Bloom as the unique area bursts back into life From flowers to food, from archaeology to adventure trails, the full glory of the Burren’s landscape...

Multi-talented Liam Ó Maonlaí for Monroe’s gig

The Hothouse Flowers’ lead singer and a solo performer of some repute Liam Ó Maonlaí will play Monroe’s Live on Friday next, May 9. He’ll be performing new material as well as songs from...

Tuning up for annual Early Music Festival

Vikings, Romans and Celts will be part of this year’s Galway Early Music Festival which runs from May 8-11 in the City. AD/BC: An Archaeomusicological Adventure charts the development of very ancient European music,...


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