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O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers reports growing interest in its next round of auction properties which will go under the hammer tomorrow (Friday). With a very strong turnout at open viewings over the last four weeks and countless contract requests from interested parties in both residential and commercial listings, tomorrow’s auction promises to be an exciting day with more than 50 properties up for sale, and the auction room in the Harbour Hotel is expected to be filled to capacity.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers, Ireland’s largest independent auction house, has launched a large and varied catalogue for its upcoming public auction on Friday November 8, with more than 50 properties to be offered on the day in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway. The auction will kick off with residential and commercial properties for sale at 12 noon and registration to bid in the auction room, is open from 11am. The full catalogue can be viewed online at www.odonnjoyce.com.
IN 1486, by special Papal Bull, St Nicholas' Collegiate Church established a college with singing priests, appointed by the Galway Corporation, which was instructed to train young children to sing at daily church services.
MUSIC FOR Galway has announced its ambitious and expansive 39th Season, unfurling its music programme for Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture, and its Bookends autumn concert series.
THE HARDANGER is a distinctly Norwegian version of the fiddle, but with eight/nine strings instead of four, and decoration, with a carved animal as part of the scroll at the top of the pegbox, and mother of pearl inlay on the fingerboard.
THE GALWAY JAZZ Festival returns to the city from Wednesday October 2 to Sunday 6, with shows by musicians from Italy, Norway, Slovenia, and Britain, as well as Ireland.
After the madness of July, Galway embraces the slow pace of life and chill vibes that August provides the city and county.
Security is to be tightened at the Masjid Maryam mosque on the Old Monivea Road, following an attack on the building which was widely considered to be racist and Islamophobic in motivation.
THREE-TIME Grammy winning US choir, the Pacific Boychoir Academy, are making their debut tour to Ireland, and on the itinerary is a concert in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church this Saturday, July 6.
THEY WILL be on the street, they will be in St Nicholas' Collegiate Church, and at a dance workshop. They are The York Waits, the English Renaissance music group, and they are coming to the Galway Early Music Festival.