Charlie Adley’s Double Vision – BEREFT AND BROWN BREADLESS IN THE HEART OF THE CITY!

griffins bakery closing galway

Griffin’s Bakery on Shop St, Galway, which was opened in 1876, has unfortunately closed, and yet another cultural and business synapse of this city has been extinguished. The cartoon above depicts the front window of Griffins Bakery in what has become the regular fate of high street, family-run businesses in Irish cities. Charlie wrote about … Read more Charlie Adley’s Double Vision – BEREFT AND BROWN BREADLESS IN THE HEART OF THE CITY!

Charlie Adley’s Double Vision – Donkey Monkey Wondering Pondering

Dave O'Connell Connacht Tribune monkey donkey wondering pondering
“Group Editor of Tribune newspapers, Dave O’Connell is sitting in for Keith Finnegan on Galway Bay FM[…]
(Indulge me please, as I give thanks that English is my native language. I know but cannot explain why ‘wondering’ and ‘pondering’ do that. English must be a nightmare to learn. Monkey Donkey. Digression over.)”
Cartoon from Charlie’s column last week!




More Double Vision cartoons here.

In Aid of Galway Hospice: “As I Saw It”, the best of John Cunningham

As I Saw It is a collection of the best columns of the late John Cunningham, former editor of the Connacht Tribune, published by his family in aid of the Galway Hospice. It features a selection of new cartoons by me, some of which I’ll be featuring here. The cover is a caricature I did … Read more In Aid of Galway Hospice: “As I Saw It”, the best of John Cunningham