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Brendan Grace is coming to the Radisson Blu tonight

Amazing Grace is a catchphrase often applied to Brendan Grace and is indeed very true in many respects. The genial and much-loved family comedian is celebrating 42 years in the comedy business and is now more popular than at any time in his career to date and what an illustrious career that has been...

Brendan Grace celebrates 42 years in comedy

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Genial family comedian Brendan Grace makes a welcome return to Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday November 7 as he celebrates 42 years in comedy.

Amazing Grace at the Town Hall Theatre

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The genial and much-loved family comedian, Brendan Grace, celebrates 42 years in the comedy business with a special performance at the Town Hall Theatre.

New book from Galway publisher Arlen House

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THE NEGATIVE Cutter, a collection combining two very different novellas by Patrick Chapman, is out now from Galway publisher Arlen House.

Galway footballers are dedicated to the cause

In an article in Tuesday's Irish Examiner in which I was quoted, the impression was given that I questioned the commitment and effort of the current squad of Galway footballers. That is not true, nor is it a view to which I ascribe.

Brendan Grace forty two years bringing the laughs

Amazing Grace is a phrase often applied to Brendan Grace, and indeed very true in many respects. The genial and much loved family comedian is celebrating 42 years in the comedy business and is now more popular than at any time in his career.

Brendan Grace forty two years bringing the laughs

Amazing Grace is a phrase often applied to Brendan Grace, and indeed very true in many respects. The genial and much loved family comedian is celebrating 42 years in the comedy business and is now more popular than at any time in his career.

Brendan Grace forty two years bringing the laughs

Amazing Grace is a phrase often applied to Brendan Grace, and indeed very true in many respects. The genial and much loved family comedian is celebrating 42 years in the comedy business and is now more popular than at any time in his career.

Brendan Grace’s New Year show

BRENDAN GRACE is coming back to Galway in the New Year to play The Salthill Hotel on Monday January 6.

Adrian Crowley plays Róisín Dubh

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BORN IN Malta, raised in Galway, based in Dublin, and winner of the Choice Music Prize, singer-songwriter Adrian Crowley plays the Róisín Dubh tomorrow.

 

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