Bright future ahead for alt-rockers Delorentos

Playing songs from one of 2014’s most euphoric records, Delorentos make a welcome return to Galway's Róisín Dubh next Friday, November 14. The Dublin based quartet are celebrating the release of their fourth album,...

Death of Galway centenarian who was fifth sibling to reach 100th birthday

She may not have lived long enough to be officially handed a Guinness Book of World Records certificate for her astonishing genes, but East Galway native Madge Fanning certainly did get to experience a...

Galway TDs will pay water charges – even if they don’t support them

Law-abiding Galway TDs said that they would pay the water charges even if they did not agree with them. However, Dail deputies from across the divide agree that the establishment of Irish Water left a...

Canadian folk singer Tom Terrell for Monroe’s gig

Tom Terrell, a Canadian folk singer with serious writing chops, plays Monroe’s Live this Sunday, November 2.  He has just released his latest, self-titled album which he recorded just outside of Halifax, Nova Scotia. “It...

Young film fans gearing up for a reel good time

Young movie buffs will have plenty to entertain them from November 12-15 when the 20th Junior Galway Film Fleadh takes place in locations across Galway City. The Fleadh’s light-hearted entertainment will feature sing-along version of...

Magic and monsters for City in Macnas parade

There was a time when the population of Galway turned out in force every July for the annual Macnas parade, but all things change and the Macnas parade has moved to the October Bank...


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