The blessing of the Easter Food is one of the core christian easter traditions of the Eastern Europe cultures in Poland, Slovakia, Russia and many others. White Saturday 2018 food blessing captured in Galway, organized for Polish community in Galway. | #easter2018 #galway360 Advertisements
It’s International Women’s Day 2018 and it was so exciting to watch the March for Repeal of the 8th Amendment today from the roof of Williamstreet in Galway city centre. PRO Choice Galway gathered couple of hundreds supporters of repeal on the Eyre Square, from there they took the March trough the city, to create even more awareness. Today we are closer than ever before to removing the 8th amendment from the Constitution and give the women of Ireland a freedom of choice about their own body and the quality of life of the future generations. We wish you were here too, there is still great CRAIC around
Element Pictures are opening the Movie Theater of the PÁLÁS in Galway. The story started 14 years ago and consumed over 9milion in investment. Today is Galway UNESCO City of Cinema and EU Capital of The Culture 2020 bringing the architectural gem with three screens and bar to public enjoyment. The Shape of Water – On Screen of PÁLÁS Today… An other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1962. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of isolation. Elisa’s life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified […]
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
Works are to be carried out on the worst areas of Shop Street next year ahead of a major city centre renovation project planned for 2019. According to Galway Bay FM News, officials at this week’s meeting of the City Council, admitted that the poor condition of the surface needs immediate attention and cannot wait another year. The City Council is currently developing a €15 million regeneration project for the heart of Galway City. More here