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THROUGH A combination of good genes, horse placenta, and an incredible ability for self delusion, Steve Cummins is an author, radio host, and stand up-comedian. It's in the latter guise Galway will see him in next week.
It’s that time of the year again when the pubs, hotels, restaurants, churches and streets of Westport come alive with the sound of old-time and bluegrass music
A mesmerising cinematic experience will showcase some of the best ocean-inspired films and talks at SeaFest 2018. The Atlantic Theatre will host free talks from renowned cameraman Doug Allan, as well as screenings of the documentary Ireland’s Deep Atlantic and children’s animation, Song of the Sea.
Well, the referendum has come and gone and there is no dispute about the result. It was a massive shout out for the 'Yes' voters – quite amazing!
"I'M A lady, I'm not a man, MC is my ambition. I come fi nice up Jamaica. " So declared Sister Nancy, the first female dancehall DJ, who has been described by the Washington Post as a "dominating female voice for over two decades" on the dancehall scene.
He has been Galway Science Person of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, a recipient of Galway Mayoral Community and Social Award and both the Technology in Schools Award and Technology in the Community Award.
Last week the BBC contacted me to ask ‘What would a NO vote say about Ireland’. The type of profound question that stops you in your stride. It was uppermost in my mind over the weekend.
Roscommon Arts Centre has announced that award-winning novelist Kevin Barry’s Autumn Royal will close its national tour right in Roscommon on June 1 and 2.
HER SONGS have "a bedroom lo-fi acoustic folk feel...albeit with an advanced skill for creating an atmosphere through arrangement and tone” according to Nialler9, while BBC Radio Ulster's Stuart Bailie said, "Behold, a hummingbird."
Earlier this week Mark Williams defeated John Higgins 18-16 in the pulsating final of the World Snooker Championship. Watching the tournament and commenting on it for the BBC was one of the all-time snooker greats, Steve Davis, who was World Champion six times during the 1980s.