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Ballinrobe singer/songwriter Faraway Martin doesn't do things by halves. The former music teacher packed in the day job last June in Qatar and came home to follow his dream. Now, he can be seen driving the highways and byways of Ireland on his mammoth 32 county tour, and, to add to the challenge, he decided to do it in 32 days, after buying a van and kitting it out for life on the road.
FARAWAY MARTIN has released his new single 'I Wanna Go' and plays Galway in September as part of his ambitious nationwide tour, which will see him play 32 gigs in all 32 counties, in 32 days.
Neale native Oliver Browne is to be honoured by a leading Irish community group in New Jersey, on the night before Mayo play New York in Gaelic Park, New York.
FARAWAY MARTIN does not do things by half measures. He is based in Qatar, sings songs about drunkenness to people who never imbibe, and has even run a marathon in North Korea.
A group of media and social media influencers from Qatar and Australia have arrived in Ireland via Qatar Airway's new flights from Doha to Dublin for a press trip to learn more about two of Fáilte Ireland’s major tourism brands: the Wild Atlantic Way and Dublin – A Breath of Fresh Air.
Mayo and District Motorsport Club was out in force as members took to tarmac at The Galway International Rally and to gravel at the Qatar International Rally last weekend.
To celebrate the RTÉ All Ireland Drama Festival, Athlone Arts & Tourism will host two fringe events: a playwriting workshop with Michelle Read on Saturday, April 30, and a stage management workshop with Kate Ferris on Thursday, May 5.
To be playing in the Leinster SFC deep into November is an achievement, but St Loman’s of Mullingar were still disappointed with Sunday’s semi-final exit at Cusack Park.
NOVEMBER BEGINS for Galway film enthusiasts with Theeb, which offers a very different take on the Arab revolt against the Ottomans from those normally seen by Western audiences.
THE ARAB revolt against the Ottoman Empire, the facility reconstructed woman gets one up on her former husband; model families in crisis; and Spanish detectives coming up against a town where dictator Franco is still very much a hero - there is a world of stories to delve into at the Galway Film Society autumn/winter season.