Colin Mochrie.


Whose Line is it Anyway? star Colin Mochrie in Comedy Carnival ‘improv summit’

Thu, Sep 22, 2016

IN THE 1980s and 1990s, Whose Line Is It Anyway? was the cream of Channel 4’s comedy output. It was unmissable, and spawned a host of spin-offs including the hugely successful US series of the same name. If you have ever watched the show you will understand that when it goes right it is the funniest thing ever. When it goes wrong, it’s even better.

Liz Fitzgibbon in the role of Maeve in Remember To Breathe.


'Life is a series of aftershocks'

Thu, Sep 22, 2016

WINNER OF a ‘Lustrum’ Award at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Orla Murphy’s acclaimed play, Remember To Breathe, comes to the Town Hall Theatre next week in a staging by Murphy’s own Figure 8 Productions.


James Vincent McMorrow.


James Vincent McMorrow - Black Box concert in October

Thu, Sep 22, 2016

JAMES VINCENT McMorrow follows the release of his critically acclaimed new album, We Move, with an Irish tour taking in the Black Box Theatre on Wednesday October 5 at 8pm.


Musicals and opera at The Eye

Thu, Sep 22, 2016

BRECHT AND Weill’s raucous musical The Threepenny Opera and Bellini’s classical bel canto opera Norma are both being staged in London and both will be broadcast live to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.

Tommy Tiernan.


Tommy Tiernan to perform extra Vodafone Comedy Carnival show

Thu, Sep 22, 2016

TOMMY TIERNAN is set to perform an extra show in next month's Vodafone Comedy Carnival, as he has agreed to replace the contractually indisposed The Boy With Tape On His Face on Sunday October 30.

He'll be at Hipster Bingo. Will you?

Readings & Events

Hipster Bingo @ Róisín Dubh

Thu, Sep 22, 2016

SPORTERS OF skinny jeans, manicured beards, quaffed hair, tartan shirts, and excessively oversived glasses are encouraged to attend an underground event which you probably will not have heard about - Hipster Bingo.

Nick Cave.


Album review: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Thu, Sep 22, 2016

NO PARENT wants to outlive their child, to do so seems wrong, unnatural. When that child is wrenched from his mother and father so suddenly, in circumstances both extreme and tragic, coming to terms with it must be near impossible.

Detail from a work by Geraldine Folan which will be shown at her new exhibition.


Exhibition of an artist's year on Salthill prom

Thu, Sep 08, 2016

FOR THE past year, August 2015 to Aug 2016, I have been painting on the Prom in Salthill, in all types of weather, at all times of day and at night. My motivation was to capture images of the Prom not often represented in the various media, but at the same time real and in the moment.


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