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Ex SJC boys open new cultural venue

Tuesday, 24th January, 2017 7:00pm

Story by David Burke
Ex SJC boys open new cultural venue
Ex SJC boys open new cultural venue

Two former St Jarlath's College boys, Eamonn Day Lavelle and Peadar King, have opened a new venue in Galway called the Black Gate.

It is a performance space, a library, a mini-cinema, a music venue and a business centre all in one.

On St Francis Street, the venue is named after the place on Inishbofin where the two friends used to meet on their way to primary school.

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