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Therapy? | Diane in Roisin Dubh Galway

Prague – 26th November 1995, we are sitting on the stairs of the Palace of Culture in Prague, after hitchhike from Presov 731 km east for a therapie by Irish punk-rock rebels of Therapy? and as Ľubo remembers, the Lady in the office box advised us to stay as far as possible we have managed to enjoy the gig, without really being there, pretty much as you now from the comfort of your beloved surrounding are going to enjoy Therapy?’s iconic ‘Diane’ as performed on Thursday 21st March 2019 in the hub of the Connacht underground in Galway’s very own Roisín Dubh | What makes this VR show 360 absolutely real […]

Learn Digital Marketing in Galway with Amplify Experts

Amplify Digital Marketing and Conference is coming to GALWAY on Wednesday March 27th. Join the best of Ireland’s digital marketers in the Connacht Hotel from 8.20am-3pm on an intensive digital marketing training seminar when you want to learn the latest trends, strategies and tips. EFFECTIVE DIGITAL STRATEGY with Joanne Sweeney – Founder of Digital Training Institute From your social media to your website, creating a digital strategy keeps you from throwing ideas on the wall and crossing your fingers that they stick. With a clearer digital strategy, you can connect your business objectives to measure your successes and failures. There is always room to improve your strategy for 2019.  WHY DIGITAL […]

Solemn Novena 2019 in Galway’s Cathedral | Six Sessions a day until next Tuesday

Annual Solemn Novena 2019 started in Galway‘s Cathedral yesterday, Monday 18th February 2019 and runs until Tuesday 26 February. To avoid unexpected time in Galway’s traffic read the time table of the six sessions every day… Expect unexpected when in Traffic around the town Monday-Saturday: 07:30, 11:00, 13:10, 15:30, 19:30, 21:00Sunday: 09:00, 10:30, 12:30, 16:30, 18:30, 20:00 The preachers this year are Tony Rice CSsR, Denis Luddy CSsR, Gerry O’Connor CSsR and Neil Foley. Sacrament of Reconciliation Thursday 21 February is devoted to the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession). Three of the sessions that day (07:45, 13:10 & 21:00) are services of reconciliation; there will be mass at the remaining two (11:00, […]

#VDayGal is The Code for #Valentine in #Galway360

Uploaded on Feb 14, 2019 #VDayGal is the code for #ValentinesDay2019 in Galway, in the 2020 European Capital of Culture | Get into the rave spheres in The Galmont Hotel & Spa tonight with #360Today broadcasting #LIVE360 all #TheCraic of the V DAY in the Galmont later Tonight….

Joshua Tree Trilogy | Beyond the Music in Blackbox | Video 360

“It’s a beautiful day Sky falls, you feel like It’s a beautiful day Don’t let it get away” It’s a beautiful day | With Or Without You | Mother’s of the Disappeared See Inside of the Black Box Theater in Galway on Wednesday 12th December 2018, where U2’s Beautiful Day and rest of the Joshua Tree’ album performed by ‘Beyond The Music’ project with Nigel Connell Music, the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and The Tribe Tones, Galway’s choir, with the proceeds going to Rosabel’s Rooms Galway based charity providing comfort and support through child loss #beThereAgain with

Beyond the horizon on the Wolfe Tone Bridge

The high hopes over the water of the River Corrib | Music video recorded at the concert of ‘Beyond the Horizon’ the Irish Pink Floyd tribute playing at Monroe’s Galway on January 18th Video is Blending the spheres of the River Corrib and moments on the Wolfe Tone Bridge wich is connecting Galway’s bohemian Westend with the Latin Quarter being a place of many personal tragedies accidents, ends,… | for #360today Darius Ivan Make the River Corrib Safer – Let’s Save Some Lives Every year we lose numerous lives in the River Corrib- one of Europes fastest flowing rivers. Some fall, slip in an often intoxicated state, others choose to get/jump in there themselves- […]

Beyond The Horizon in the River Corrib

The high hopes over the water of the River Corrib | Music video recorded at the concert of ‘Beyond The Horizon’ the Irish Pink Floyd tribute playing at Monroe’s Galway on January 18th is blending with the spheres of the River Corrib and moments on the Wolfe Tones Bridge connecting Galway’s Westend with the Latin Quarter being a place of many personal tragedies accidents, ends,… | for #360today #DariusIvan

EXITUS – THE ODYSSEY OF A HARE | New artworks by Éadaín

  Dublin born artist Éadaín bringing her new captivating exhibition ‘EXITUS – THE ODYSSEY OF A HARE to Galway this February 9th into the Kenny Gallery, in Liosban Galway. The collection of paintings called ‘Exitus’ is the artist’s long term project tracing the journey of an emblematic hare. The imagery is full of symbolism, and each piece of the collection creates an attractive visual element when standing on its own. Using mixed media reveal an artist at the height of her powers. Running for four weeks in Kenny’s Liosbán Gallery in Galway City, the exhibition will be officially opened by Professor Felix Ó Murchadhaof the Dept of Philosophy, NUI Galway, at 2.30 on Saturday […]

Happy birthday February you 2019 Today

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Entries for Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2019 open | Register bilingual business today

Mayor of the Galway city / Méara Chathair na Gaillimhe, Cllr. Níall McNelis has officially launched Galway’s bilingual business award, Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh 2019 today (Tuesday 29th of January 2019), at a press event in the Ryan Room, of The  Connacht Hotel in Galway. Businesses have 12 weeks to prepare for the Gradam, so plenty of time to avail of this fantastic opportunity to gain extra business through the use of Irish. Last year, out of the 15 businesses who entered the Gradam for the very first time, 11 of those were selected as finalists! Entries for the 2019 nominations are open until Friday the 22nd of February. Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh […]