We’ve turned the corner into November and we’re welcoming the new month with open arms. The crispness in the air and the dark evenings have made us all extremely excited for the festive season. With a new month comes new adventures and new memories. Here are our top five places to be over the weekend! 
ABBA Sing Along Social in the Róisín Dubh
On Saturday 3rd of November from 7.30 pm, the Sing-Along Social is bringing its ABBA appreciation to the Róisín Dubh. The iconic group’s greatest hits along with the Mamma Mia soundtracks will echo throughout the pub, accompanied by the dulcet tones of all attendees!
Tickets are €9.50 and are available through Eventbrite.
Frank Pig Says Hello at Town Hall Theatre
Frank pig says hello
On Friday, November 2nd – twenty-five years after its first ground-breaking tour – Pat McCabe’s Frank Pig Says Hello returns in a new production that brilliantly captures the legendary original. The play tells the story of Francie Brady growing up in a small Irish town in the 1960s and his descent towards a brutal act that shocks his community.
Tickets are €15 – €18 and can be purchased here.
Turf Warrior obstacle race and mud run
Turf Warriors

On Saturday, November 3rd, Ireland’s most innovative and exciting obstacle race will take place on the banks of Killary Harbour. The event is packed full of adventure, mud running, climbing, swinging, leaps into the Atlantic and all kinds of other mayhem and madness! What better way to spend your weekend than testing your stamina! 

For more information, check out the Turf Warrior website.

Kate's Place
Join Kate Wright of Kate’s Place in Oranmore for an evening of delicious, gourmet vegetarian food as part of Taste of Oranmore & Clarinbridge. Taking place on Sunday, November 4th, the evening kicks off at 7 pm with a welcome drink followed by a wonderful selection of vegetarian cuisine full of flavour, colour and nutrition.
Tickets cost €35pp and are available by calling 086 6066494
Afternoon tea at Hotel Meyrick
Hotel Meyrick
This weekend, why not indulge yourself in the decadence that is Hotel Meyrick’s afternoon tea. Remove yourself from the hustle and bustle of city life and spend the day relaxing in the Parlour Lounge. With their resident pianist setting the mood, it’s hard to think of a better way to spend the day. 
Pre-book your place online or call 091 564041.
As always, if you head to any of these places be sure to let us know! For a chance to be featured on our social media, tag us in your snaps or hashtag #GALWAYnow.
Enjoy your weekend!