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Christy Moore - Where he came from

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Christy Moore makes a welcome return visit to Galway next week when he plays two concerts in Leisureland, on Thursday May 15, and Friday 16 (the latter is already sold out). Ahead of his appearances here, he took some time to chat about his life-long love for music, his family and his current tour.

Danny Dowling @ the Galway Comedy Festival

HE MAY call himself “Ireland’s slowest rising comedy star!” but Danny Dowling is all over this year’s Galway Comedy Festival both as a participant and an MC of what could be among the festival’s wildest and most outrageous nights.

The countdown is on to Billy Connolly in Castlebar

At every good-times gathering of joke-telling friends, invariably there is always a joke told that belongs to this legend of comedy - a priceless one-liner, or one of his bizarre stories told in a Scottish accent. But no one can do it like ‘The Big Yin’ himself, Billy Connolly, who is finally coming to Castlebar and will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on Tuesday April 30. Tickets are on sale right now and are priced at €54.25 and €49.25.

The countdown is on to Billy Connolly in Castlebar

At every good-times gathering of joke-telling friends, invariably there is always a joke told that belongs to this legend of comedy - a priceless one-liner, or one of his bizarre stories told in a Scottish accent. But no one can do it like ‘The Big Yin’ himself, Billy Connolly, who is finally coming to Castlebar and will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on Tuesday April 30. Tickets are on sale right now and are priced at €54.25 and €49.25.

Tickets on sale today for Billy Connolly’s Castlebar show

At every good-times gathering of joke-telling friends, invariably there is always a joke told that belongs to this legend of comedy - a priceless one-liner, or one of his bizarre stories told in a Scottish accent. But no one can do it like ‘The Big Yin’ himself, Billy Connolly, who is finally coming to Castlebar and will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on Tuesday April 30. Tickets have gone on sale from today and are priced at €54.25 and €49.25.

Billy Connolly to bring his comedy show to Leisureland

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Billy Connolly, the legendary Scottish comedian and actor, is coming to Galway as part of his The Man Live Tour of Ireland this April and May.

Comedian Dave Young @ Monroe’s Live

HE HAS been called “flat-out hilarious” by the Irish Independent, “thrilling to watch” by America Today, and he can count Billy Connolly among his fans.

Colin Murphy for Laughter Lounge

NORTHERN IRISH comic Colin Murphy, best known from The Panel and The Blame Game, plays The Laughter Lounge at the Róisín Dubh next Wednesday.

Royal Theatre is Ireland’s West End

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Locals in Mayo have grown accustomed in recent years to seeing big names lining up at The Royal Theatre in Castlebar and no longer blink an eyelid on learning that stars such as Willie Nelson, Bryan Adams, or Snow Patrol are coming to town. Indeed, the association of Castlebar as a stop-off point for the rich and famous is now so ingrained that it would not surprise us if Kylie or Beyonce made an appearance. Why the fuss?

Trad legends the Fureys and Davey Arthur back are back

The Fureys and Davey Arthur are one of the most respected and best loved Irish traditional institutions in the country. They celebrated their 30th anniversary in 2008 with the release of a live DVD/CD which was recorded in Vicar St, Dublin. They will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre this Saturday evening, April 3.

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