Virtual sphere of the Galway Cathedral’s Novena2018 Monday with Fr. Adrian Egan finishing the first-day session ‘To Our Mother Of Perpetual Help’ at 4:30pm. Galway’s catholic annual event sessions are taking place daily at the cathedral from Monday 19th until 27th February. Video is containing spherical visuals to enjoy the spiritual moment inside out 360 degrees around
World’s Only Mystic Theatre ‘U Mosta’ with Gogol’s Marriage and McDonagh’s ‘The Cripple Of Inishmaan’ | An Taibhdhearc in February
Unique and mystical Theatre ‘U Mosta’ from Russia for the first time in Ireland!
In Dublin and Galway with Marriage by Gogol and Cripple of Inishmaan by McDonagh
2017 around 360 degrees | Vol.1 On The Road to Mayo with Depeche Mode in Dublin, St. Patrick Day on Galway’s Westend and in Oughterard, and some other spheres of life around Ireland landing it at T.J. Gibbons on the borderline in Shrule… #happy2018 #NYE2018
Panoramic Photography Galway | At Galway Clinic, 10th December 2017 overlooking Galway Bay viewing the Buren Mountains dressed in snow white to dance in the light of sunset. Photo by Darius Ivan divmedia.ie Snow and the Sun across the Galway Bay. Early December with snow-covered hills of Burren Mountains in County Clare. There is always sunset somewhere, this time over Cliffs of Moher, captured on the roof of the car park at Galway Clinic.
DIMEBAG DARRELL TRIBUTE SHOW SATURDAY 9th DECEMBER! PLUS: WIN A €50 VOUCHER For The Cellar Bar And Restaurant!
DIMEBAG DARRELL ANNIVERSARY SHOW FEATURING Sixth Extinction,Sectile, Black Shuck December 9th, Cellar Bar, Galway. (Competition details for €50 voucher and more, below article.) Get ready for a night of bone crunching metal this December in The Cellar Bar, as Damage Inc Galway presents Galway’s first ever “Dimebag Darrell Anniversary show” with bands Sixth Extinction, Sectile and Black Shuck playing several classic PANTERA covers along with their own original setlist! 13 years ago (Dec. 8, 2004), the world lost one of its most influential musicians, “Dimebag/Diamond”, Darrell Abbott, by a crazed fan while playing with his band Damageplan in Columbus, Ohio, and the rock and metal community has been grieving […]
Join the Craic and Eoin Hardiman in this unique moment of true live performance captured in VR 360 on the street in Galway before you see meet him with Ryan Tubridy on Late Late Toy Show.
See You When I See You Padraic… | Sure… Come to See me back in good form today
This year’s Macnas Galway Halloween parade ‘Port na bPúcaí’ pushes it’s way through Galway city centre’s Latin Quarter on Today, 29th of October at 5.30pm. This year’s parade celebrates the wonderful spirit of the West of Ireland. Hundreds of colourful Macnas performers will depart from outside the main gates of NUI Galway campus (no admission to college grounds) and move down University Road, across the Salmon Weir Bridge, turning right at the Town Hall Theatre, moving down Francis and Eglinton Streets, before turning at Brown Thomas to move down Shop Street and into the Latin Quarter, down High Street and Quay Street. It will then continue across Wolfe Tone Bridge before finishing on […]
Pictures of the the friendliest city in the world as captured 360˚ Wednesday 25th October 2017 featuring mesmerising busking by Katie O’Connor. VR 360 for The CRAIC in Galway by Darius Ivan, divmedia.ie
Loving Connemara? Div Vision 360 Zazzle online Store is bringing Zippo genuine Lighter for Christmas 2017 in collection ‘What’s The CRAIC?’ styled with Lough Corrib in Oughterard.
Captured in Oranmore, Co. Galway when spotting Aindrias de Staic and Sabrina Fallon shooting the music video for Sabrina’s newly released single. Kevin’s 1965 Ford Mustang 4.7 liter made the shot… Enjoy it in VR 360
Hurricane Ophelia hitting Galway on the west coast of Ireland today. Captured in the Galway City, Docs and Salthill area. VR 360 by divmedia.ie https://www.facebook.com/thecraicingalway/videos/ 1164659077002438/ https://video.360cities.net/video_page.html?handle=hurricane-ophelia-hitting-galway
A spiritual moment on Eyre Square in Galway | Saturday 14th October 2017 A Campaign of Ireland Needs Fatima as captured praying The Rosary for Ireland… Photo by Pan Ján | divmedia.ie Get into the sphere of a spiritual night in Fátima as captured by Darius Ivan this September 2017 here. To dive entirely into the sphere of Fátima prayer 360˚ degrees around, just copy the link to your browser and enjoy the prayer of the first Saturday of September at VeeR.tv here: https://veer.tv/videos/ave-maria-saturday-fátima-64017
Join us for Galway City Roller Derby’s annual table quiz fundraiser. This years fundraiser is held in conjunction with Galway Rape Crisis Centre. There will be fabulous quiz and raffle prizes on the night not to mention the chance to pick up some Galway City Roller Derby merchandise. The table quiz will take place on Thursday November 9th at 8pm in John Keogh’s bar. Entry is €10 per person, 5 maximum to a team. We hope to see you there!
Galway Traveller Movement candlelight vigil held on Eyre Square Tuesday 10th October 2017 to remember the victims of the Carrickmines fire tragedy where 10 of the travellers ethnicity in Ireland lost their lives when a fire broke out at the Dublin halting site this day two years ago.
LENABOY CASTLE | GIFT FROM SISTERS OF MERCY TO GALWAY’S YOUTH Announced by Cllr. Pádraig Conneely of Galway City Council today. Amazing news is even stronger with €750,000 coming from the nuns to Galway City by money transfer. From the grounds of the amazing priceless gift to youth of the city for The CRAIC in Galway, Darius Ivan http://www.divmedia.ie With Cllr. Pádraig Conneely at Lenaboy Castle today! Future of Galway’s Youth Arts start the newest chapter here.
Watch the midnight stage of 2017 Galway Summer Rally in amazing VR360 experience on 360cities.net Enjoy boyracers all around here: Captured in Galway, Ireland before today’s Galway Summer International Rally 2017 in the streets of the city with The CRAIC in Galway in #vr360 from Galway Shopping Centre meeting point to Briarhill
Galway City Roller Derby Open Day is taking place this Sunday, August the 27th in the Salthill-Knocknacarra GAA on Dr Mannix Road, Salthill. This is will be a free fun event where anyone over 18 years of age can come to try on skates and gear, to see if they would be interested in learning to skate and play roller derby. Skates and gear provided. Mouthguard’s required but some will be available to buy on the day if needed. NO previous experience required. Times: 5-7pm in The Aras GAA hall, Dr. Mannix Rd, Salthill. Facebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/452686678423621/?__mref=mb
“What’s the CRAIC?” With Darius Ivan Since start of the Craic in Galway project the Vox Pop became a tool to find out how people in the streets of the Friendliest city experience the craic. This is the comeback of our popular page. This time we are back in the streets with the very same question capturing your answers to Virtual reality of the city on 360 degrees video!
Former mayor of Galway City, Cllr. Pádraig Conneely was captured with his hands on €4.400 goat as he officialy opened the Design Work Exhibition 2017 in Niland Gallery on Merchant Road, Monday 17th July. | Sculptur art by Donnacha Cahill, photo by Darius Ivan divmedia.ie
In 13th century Ireland, a group of monks must escort a sacred relic across an Irish landscape fraught with peril. Tells the story of the Pilgrimage released in Ireland today 13th July 2017 at 29th Galway Film Fleadh Prime minister Leo Varadkar Is at the premiere in Galway tonight to support his schoolmate, screenwriter of the newest Irish movie with budget estimated to €4,749,500 just few hours after he tells ‘Time’ Europe: ‘I want Ireland to be a light unto the world’ While Taoiseach hopes UK will change mind The storyline of the Pilgrimage is bringing us to Ireland, 1209. An island on the edge of the world. A small group of monks begin […]
Trad on the Prom are excited to announce that they are bringing their World Class Irish Music, Song and Dance extravaganza to it’s new venue in Galway at Leisureland Theatre, Salthill. The state of the art venue boasts wonderful balcony seating giving excellent views throughout the auditorium. Now in its 13th consecutive season, the contemporary production of Irish traditional music, song and dance continues to enthrall audiences from all around the globe. Acclaimed artists and performers who have captivated audiences in productions such as Riverdance, The Chieftains and Lord of the Dance join forces to create the number one show in Ireland. Mairin Fahy, featured soloist for over 8 years in […]
Another one of my very personal, non constructive or productive missions, leading to no commission accomplished tonihgt on the Top of the World on Old Dublin Road, overlooking GMIT, including the complete 360 degrees wide nightscape of the east Galway, making it to be the newest viewport into the collection of others small and unimportant targets i have planed, organised, managed and documented, before without need for an instant appreciation nor monetization, leaving me here in the present of the reality of my own world, believing that I will be ready, experienced and well able to score the final, counting goal when a chance arrise around I will be the one […]
Five years ago, with the full support of Galway City Council, a permanent limestone collection point was erected at the famous “˜Kick the Wall”™ location at the end of the Promenade at Blackrock by the Galway Salthill Rotary Club. ROTARY CLUB PR | Photo by Darius Ivan http://www.divmedia.ie In 2012, the Galway Salthill Rotary Club launched a fundraising project for local Galway charities. With the full support of Galway City Council, a permanent limestone collection point has been erected at the famous ‘Kick the Wall’ location at the end of the Promenade at Blackrock. The collection point incorporates the slogan ‘Small Change, Big Impact’ which will hopefully motivate people to make their […]
Today I found out that my family and I, we are not alone in our suffering and frustration. Why, you ask.. Well, we have been living without landline and Wi-Fi at home for 7 months. It is the 21st century and we do live in the digital age but apparently this does not affect the way the phone company here in Ireland operates. ( Eir, or as we still remember it Eircom) I have several blogs which took a major nose dive because of this “little” problem. Not being able to upload regularly and less interaction with fellow bloggers, really brings down the popularity of a blog. My work as a […]
Halloran’s Restaurant & Café in Oughterard, Co. Galway awarded the best newcomer of Irish Restaurant Awards 2017 in Connacht. Head chef and owner of the newest Connemara culinary gem Xin Sun, introducing his passion for food 360˚around on N59 with Darius Ivan of div media.
The Seumas O’Kelly players take to the stage in An Taibhdhearc next week with the hilarious comedy “Noises Off” by Michael Fryan. Backstage antics take centre stage in this fast-paced no-holds-barred view of a theatre company preparing for and performing during a touring run of their play “Nothing On”. “Noises Off” a play directed by Christina McKeogh is a collection of the mounting tensions between the cast threaten to spill out onto the stage. Miscommunication, missed cues, the occasional missing actor and of course the obligatory love triangle all come into play as the story unfolds and the cast of this doomed production try to hold it together to the end of […]
The Best Irish Led Zeppelin Tribute rocking the home stage for the first time in 2017. ‘No Stairway’ Live with great energy, vocals, guitar solo performed by bow and ecstatic base and drums just like you’d expect from the legends… VR360˚
Vincent Holmes was born in Dublin and has been living in Galway since 1978. He worked for the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht for more than 30 years. Vincent earned a Master’s Degree from National University of Ireland, Galway. Over the years he has written short stories in Irish that featured on Raidió na Gaeltachta’s Peann agus Pár programme, Comhar the Irish literary magazine and a miscellany articles to both the Irish Times and Raidió na Gaeltachta. He is the General Administrator and an occasional contributor to The Galway Review. ___________________________ Seven years married By Vincent Holmes The late Autumn of 1984 heralded my tenth visit on the job to […]
“Over the last few years Sita O’Driscoll has documented the underground music scene in the west of Ireland, a place more commonly known for its traditional and live music. The themes in this series are depictions of love/connection, transgressive moments and a sense of collective euphoria sought out and experienced in an almost tribal manner.” A small part of this project will be exhibited with Galway Fringe festival alongside others in the Columban Hall, Sea Rd, from the 9th until the 25th of July. https://www.facebook.com/sitaodriscollphotography/ Galway Fringe: http://www.galwayfringe.ie/event/euphoria-a-state-of-being-or-happiness/
April 1988; Joe McDonagh, Galway. Hurling. Picture credit; Ray McManus/SPORTSFILE. Former GAA president and Galway All-Ireland hurling champion Joe McDonagh has died aged 62. His death, after an illness, was confirmed at the week-end by the GAA. His funeral is tomorrow 24 May. Scroll down for more funeral details. Mr McDonagh, an Irish speaker from County Galway, was president of the association between 1994 and 1997. He captained Galway hurlers to the All-Ireland championship in 1980 and won his county’s, and nation’s hearts when he led Croke Park in a memorable rendition of The West’s Awake. Source: Death of former GAA president Joe McDonagh, GAA President from 1997 to 2000 – The Irish […]
“Prostitution raises questions of drug addiction and human trafficking, but for some girls like Sabina, it’s been a path to a more stabile life, and a path that she not only survived from, but a lifestyle age enjoys!” Galway Escort Pro Sabina meets the CRAIC reporter. Sabina is enjoying life in Galway, even if she hasn’t had the opportunity to explore it with a decent companion. She is independent, professional, from the other corner of Europe and she is able to compare conditions for life. When asked “Are you still able to enjoy sex?” Sabrina answers yes. “Why do you think I am doing it?” She twists her head, smiling, admitting she is […]
Simon’s 10 Reasons Why The Salt House Is The Best Pub In Ireland! Posted on July 21, 2015 by Simon Broderick 1) 23 taps of the finest Irish and international beers. 2) hundreds of bottles of lovely beer and a decent selection of whiskey. 3) they have a fridge solely for cans! 4) you won’t get Galway Bay Brewery beers much fresher than here! 5) the atmosphere is always great… convivial even! 6) you never know who you’ll meet, it could be one of the brewers doing some quality control or it could be a former employee who now supplies the amber nectar. 7) they have a new US style […]
Come along to our FREE open day on February 25th for your chance to try on skates and get a brief introduction to the world of Roller Derby. No previous skate experience required, we will teach you everything!! Mouthguards are required. Some will be available for purchase on the day. For any further information you can reach us through our facebook page
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Another one of my very personal, non constructive or productive missions, leading to no commission accomplished tonihgt on the Top of the World on Old Dublin Road, overlooking GMIT, including the complete 360 degrees wide nightscape of the east Galway, making it to be the newest viewport into the collection of others small and unimportant targets i have planed, organised, managed and documented, before without need for an instant appreciation nor monetization, leaving me here in the present of the reality of my own world, believing that I will be ready, experienced and well able to score the final, counting goal when a chance…