The Boy With Tape On His Face.


Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway 2016

Fri, Aug 26, 2016

AL PORTER in a leotard in the wrestling match to end them all; a man with his mouth taped shut performing surreally hilarious mimes; former Olympian Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards; and the very best comedians from Ireland, Britain, USA, can only be the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.

Siobhan Armstrong.


Concert of 18th century Irish harp music

Fri, Aug 19, 2016

ARTHUR Ó NÉILL, one of the last of the travelling harpers, who died in 1816, and whose influence on Irish harp music is immense, will be celebrated at a concert in Galway.



Pat Kinevane’s thrilling theatrical threesome

Thu, Aug 18, 2016

Writer/actor Pat Kinevane visits the Town Hall next week with a triple-bill of his hugely acclaimed, award-winning solo shows, Silent, Underneath, and Forgotten.


VIVA coming to EYE Galway

Thu, Aug 18, 2016

VIVA stars Héctor Medina as Jesus, a young hairdresser working at a Havana nightclub that showcases drag performers, who dreams of being a performer himself.

The Dustbowl Revival.


The joyful sounds of The Dustbowl Revival

Thu, Aug 11, 2016

BLUEGRASS, SWING, hot jazz, pre-war blues, Southern soul, New Orleans funk - The Dustbowl Revival is an American roots orchestra with eight full-time members — and they play it all, mashing the sounds of traditional American music into a genre-hopping, time-bending, dance party.


Galway Print Studio Annual Members' Show

Thu, Aug 11, 2016

PRINTED MATTER, the Galway Print Studio Annual Members' Show, opens next week and promises to be an in depth exploration of printmaking in the west of Ireland.

Readings & Events

Countdown to 2016 Galway Pride Festival

Thu, Aug 11, 2016

IT PROMISES to be the biggest Pride festival Galway has yet seen, and there are only a few days to go before the Rainbow Pride flag is raised in Eyre Square for the festival's opening ceremony.

Field Mouse. Photo:- Shervin Lainez


Album review: Field Mouse

Thu, Aug 11, 2016

DESPITE THEIR death before dishonour pure indie, obvious love of the nineties indie aesthetic, and distinct Anglophilia, Field Mouse have largely gone under the radar.


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