Tag: the craic in galway

GASS Take on 90s | Róisín Dubh 16th February 2018

GASS Take on 90s | Róisín Dubh 16th February 2018

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What’s The Craic? | Fiddler On The Roof

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

Vox Pop’s back to CRAIC 360 degrees around

“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!

Galway International Rally | FINAL RESULTS in pictures and video

The 2016 Corrib Oil Galway International Rally will go down in the history books as possibly the best ever! It was a new dawn for Irish rallying as the R5 category of cars took over as the main vehicles in the Irish Tarmac Championship, of which the Galway International Rally is the first round. Monsoon like conditions greeted the drivers over the weekend, which was in stark contrast to last year’s crisp dry weather. Fermanagh man Garry Jennings with navigator Rory Kennedy in a Subaru Impreza WRC took their first ever Galway International Rally win after faultless drive. Garry commented at the finish ramp outside The Clayton Hotel, that he was […]

Galway City 7.1.2016

Some great photos from Galway on wordpress by  Photo Andy Newman Visit the post for more. Source: Galway City 7.1.2016

Smashin Fashion in Oughterard by Demelza Gibbons

Fashion Show by Demelza Gibbons for a fabulous FREE and FUN Fashion event took place on Thursday 3rd December in the Boat Inn Oughterard at 19:30. Demelza showcased beautiful style from Lilys Boutique Oughterard, Fusion Fashion Boutique Moycullen, Local Milliners and Geraldine’s Accessories on the night. All the style modelled by beautiful local models.                       

The Rye first time in Dock No 1, Saturday 22nd

“The Rye? Commoners fondling partridges for a sixpence,”
-Sr. Mick Jagger