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Let there be height you said – and lo there was height, but what happened next? Choosing the right climbing plant for the right structure can be confusing, as the choice is so varied and expanding all the time. The right climber will enhance and beautify, but one that’s too shy or too vigorous for the particular spot it’s intended could well end up being labelled antisocial, through no fault of its own.
Based on the life story of journalist Sarfraz Manzoor, Blinded by the Light tells the story of young Pakistani teen Javeed, coming-of-age in Luton in Thatcher's UK. Javeed is struggling with his cultural identity. When a classmate introduces Javeed to the music of Bruce Springsteen his life is altered. He hears his own story mirrored in The Boss’s songs and it inspires him to become a writer.
A Galway man, model, actor, and GAA player will take to the stage on August 23 in the Philippines at the Mr World competition and has been named as one of the favourites to claim the coveted title.
PETER PAN, the boy who is determined never to grow up, will take centre stage in Galway when Twin Production’s bring Peter Pan - The Musical to the Town Hall Theatre this month.
AUTUMN IS always a good time to take up that project, ambition, or idea you have long wanted to realise, and those interested in writing should take a look at the courses being offered in the Galway Technical Institute.
We had marvellous hurling matches on Saturday and Sunday and it was great. They were on RTÉ both days which meant I didn’t have to go out to visit to see either of them, but could sit in my chair in my own home and revel in the sport of it.
It is not every day the chain of the Mayor of Galway makes it up Croagh Patrick — Mayor Mike Cubbard joined 100 people from the Insurance industry as they took on Croagh Patrick in a fundraising event in aid of Youth Mental Health charity, Jigsaw.
KNEEHIGH THEATRE Company's Dead Dog In A Suitcase was one of the hottest tickets at this year's Galway International Arts Festival. Adapted by Carl Grose and composer Charles Hazlewood, it was a raucous adaptation of John Gay’s 18th century classic, The Beggar’s Opera.
SING ALONG to classic Elton John hits as his life story unfolds before your eyes; see The Cure play their greatest songs in London; eat from a menu inspired by Pulp Fiction - that will be a Royale with Cheese then.
It’s never really finished, to be honest. You can plan, certainly, and that undoubtedly gives you a better result – but it’s a living thing, and like all living things, it needs some looking after.