Category: CRAICing People

Please To Meet You In Galway 360 | “Sympathy for the Devil”

Dive in the streets of Galway on the night of 15 August 2019 where you blend with the spirits of the night in the EU Capital of Culture 2020 and the World’s Friendliest City dressed in the European colours In The Circle of the Claddagh Ring | The Craic In Galway 360 | #Rain3d #TheCraic360 #Galway2020 #theta360 #theta360uk – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA

‘You Ride That Horse So Well…’ busking Katie O’Connor

‘Ride On’ song by Christy Moore performed by Katie O’Connor busking in the Quay Street of Galway #Video360 is blending the spheres of Galway, the City of Tribes with the pictures of the water rescue team in action on the river Corrib #360Today between the O’Briens and Wolfe Tone bridges #Galway 2019 #Galway360 #360Today #TheCraic360

“Irish People Love Statues It’s in Our DNA” Brian Hughes of Abbeyglen Castle Hotel take on Heathrow Airport based, transatlantic explorers’ monument back in Connemara

Alcock and Brown Back To Clifden | Experience the area of the First Transatlantic Flight landing Welcome to the north west Galway town of Clifden where just 100 years and a month ago the very first transatlantic flight finished afterless than 72 consecutive hours British aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in June 1919.[1] They flew a modified First World War Vickers Vimy[2]bomber from St. John’s, Newfoundland, to Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.[3] The Secretary of State for Air, Winston Churchill, presented them with the Daily Mail prize for the first crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by aeroplane in “less than 72 consecutive hours”.[4] A small amount of mail was carried on the flight, making it the first transatlantic airmail flight. The two […]

Alcock and Brown Back To Clifden | Experience the area of the First Transatlantic Flight landing

Welcome to the north west Galway town of Clifden where just 100 years and a month ago the very first transatlantic flight finished afterless than 72 consecutive hours British aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in June 1919.[1] They flew a modified First World War Vickers Vimy[2]bomber from St. John’s, Newfoundland, to Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.[3] The Secretary of State for Air, Winston Churchill, presented them with the Daily Mail prize for the first crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by aeroplane in “less than 72 consecutive hours”.[4] A small amount of mail was carried on the flight, making it the first transatlantic airmail flight. The two aviators were awarded the honour of Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire […]

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- […]

Artists for Michael D. | Tonight In Monroe’s Galway

A group of music artists come together tonight Saturday 13th October to show their support for the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins in the upcoming election. The line-up of presidential support includes Mary Coughlan, Alan Connor, Steve Wickham, Don Stiffe, Frank Kilkelly, Michelle Lally, Corina Carrick, members of the Stunning, Sean Smyth, Sean Regan, Cora Smyth, Breda Smyth, Eleanor Shanley, Tommy and Louise McCarthy and surprise guests.     Tickets are €20 or €12 for student/unwaged, with proceeds going towards Michael D. Higgin’s reelection campaign

Buskers In Galway | Street Spirits Of the Friendliest City of Tribes

Busking musicians and street performers of all arts for decades defining the spirit of the city tribes and the Capital of Culture in Europe 2020 — Join the celebration of cultural freedom in Galway in the spheres with busking spirits and the walking bye crowds around http://www.youtube.com/playlist

WILDE’S | Rebranded Fishermen’s Adventure | All Day Dining Experience Sitting On The Prom

This is a dive straight into the launch of the WILDE’S Restaurant on the Promenade on Salthill in Galway. Join the Craic and see inside of the evening, in virtual video spheres of Thursday 26th April 2018. Look around 360 degrees, discover what has changed, listen to the conversations from the real space and time with ‘Staccato’ by Vibe Tracks background, found at YouTube Royalty Free library WILDE’S is a rebranded project taking a place of ‘The Fisherman’ – seafood self-supplied restaurant, ran on the Prom for a couple of years by Galway’s fishermen’s family O’Malley’s. In a new WILDE’S venture accompanied by Martin O’Donnell of Cocco Cafe, Full Duck or The Sitting […]

What’s The Craic? | Fiddler On The Roof

dive into Virtual Reality of Galway with Vox Pop Craic & 360˚ video recording device ON…

Sunny Afternoon with Mustang, Aindrias de Staic and Sabrina Fallon

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

Ireland needs Fátima

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

Galway City Roller Derby Annual Table Quiz

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!

The silver medal award from the V by Very Irish Blog of the Year awards earned by Ciaran Tierney from Galway

Congratulations to Ciaran Tierney former Connacht Tribune corespondent – today second best Very Irish Blogger. Journalist and blogger Ciaran Tierney on his last day at work at the Connacht Tribune on September 30. 2014. He came second in the Blog of the Year awards on Thursday night. When I took voluntary redundancy from a regional newspaper three years ago, I decided to set up a personal blog…