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If you enjoy Led Zeppelin, Rory Gallagher, and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, then you should definitely check out Crow Black Chicken who will be playing at 9pm on Friday August 3 in the Prince of Wales Hotel, Athlone. The trio of musicians are currently being promoted by Play Your Tune, an online radio show dedicated to promoting local music and art talent, as well as local events throughout Ireland.
FANS OF Latin American music will have much to look forward to with the Pachanga Party at Monroe’s tomorrow night.
The Westport Sea2Summit – one of the country’s largest adventure races taking place on Saturday November 12 – has just announced the Gena Heraty Haiti Fund as its official charity partner for this year’s event. A percentage of each entry fee will be donated directly to the voluntary organisation, which is battling tirelessly to save the lives of the some of the country’s poorest people.
Irish NGO Haven, and George Hook, will visit Galway tomorrow (Friday) in an effort to recruit volunteers for the organisation’s Build It Week in Haiti. This will be the last time the event takes place in its current format.
Colombia’s 40-year internal armed conflict has resulted in widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law.
EMMET SCANLAN & What the Good Thought will play a charity gig in the Druid Theatre this Sunday at 7pm with the proceeds going to the Haven Partnership, which is building homes in Haiti.
Irish NGO, Haven, is working solely in Haiti, and has played a central role in responding to the earthquake disaster, which struck the country, one year ago.
One year after Haiti was devastated by an earthquake, Trocaire has thanked people in Kilkenny who donated generously to the recovery operation.
FANS OF salsa music in Galway are in for a real treat when a host of Cuban musicians stage a salsa concert upstairs in Kelly’s Bar on Friday November 19 at 11pm.
MARTÍN PRETCHEL, the artist, musician, storyteller, and teacher will be telling traditional stories in the Galway City Museum on Thursday November 11 at 7pm.