Work by Jonesy, aka UK cartoonist Steve Jones, whose work has been published in magazines including Private Eye, The Spectator and The Harvard Business Review, will be for auction on Tuesday night.

Auction in aid of annual Galway Cartoon Festival

There will be a unique opportunity to acquire an original artwork or high-quality framed print by some of the world’s leading cartoonists at an auction next Tuesday evening, March 9, in Galway City’s Dáil...
Growing Together, oil on canvas by Jim McKee. Singer John Spillane will officially open the exhibition this Saturday at the Kenny Gallery.

Cherry trees in spotlight as singer John launches Jim’s new exhibiton

Cork singer-songwriter John Spillane will be the special guest at the Kenny Art Gallery this Saturday, April 6, at 1pm for the launch of The Dance of the Cherry Trees, the latest exhibition from...
Emilie Pine, author of Notes to Self.

‘Permission’ – meeting of words and art

'Permission', a new exhibition which is the result of a collaboration between author Emilie Pine and member of Galway City’s Engage Art Studios, will be officially opened this Saturday evening, April 6, at 7pm. It...
The Clockworks (from left) James McGregor, Sean Connelly, Damien Greaney and Tom Freeman.Mickey Joe Harte...Monroe's Live.

Clockworks show perfect sense of timing to announce arrival!

Groove Tube with Cian O’Connell Perseverance and proactivity – plus, given their band name, a perfect sense of timing – have all played their part in helping Galway band The Clockworks secure their maiden deal...
Kate Kennedy, and Rory Nolan in Bibendum, the first of the three plays that make up Sonya Kelly's Furniture. PHOTO: ROS KAVANAGH.

Kate makes her mark in Druid’s revival of comic drama ‘Furniture’

Arts Week with Judy Murphy Kate Kennedy is taking a walk on the Cliffs of Moher when she answers her mobile phone to the Tribune. The US-born, English-raised actress is touring Ireland with Druid Theatre’s...
Charlie Byrne and Vinny Browne outside the bookshop in the Cornstore, Middle Street, Galway.

Galway shop books the trend!

One of the country’s leading destinations for bookworms and readers has been officially recognised as the top independent bookstore in Ireland. Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop on Middle Street in Galway city has won the Best Independent...


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