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CHRIS KENT has spent the past year balancing his comedy career with being a stay at home dad, trying to grow a beard, and removing the word 'mate' from his vocabulary, as "it takes too much effort to say in an Irish accent".
GALWEGIANS LOOKING to get into acting in 2019, or actors who feel they need to brush up on their skills for stage or TV, should take a look at the new series of classes from the Galway Actors Workshop.
TRACY BRUEN, one of Galway's most outstanding singer-songwriters will headline the first Applause At Pálás - a new series of music gigs taking place in the cinema's Merrow Bar.
NEW YEAR'S resolutions are mostly about trying to do what you have so far failed to do, rarely are they about treating yourself, and they are never about indulging in anything remotely naughty.
20 SHADES Of Pencil Grey, an exhibition of pen and ink drawings by the Galway artist and writer Jim Ward, is currently running at the Renzo Café and Gallery on Eyre Street.
RICHARD 'HUMANITY Dick' Martin, the pistol packing MP for Galway, and founder of Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and Lady Gregory, a leading light of Ireland's literary revival, are the subject of two plays at Ballynahinch Castle Hotel.
IF COMEDY was a religion, Róisín Dubh would be Mecca, the Vatican, or Jerusalem. OK, maybe it is more like Knock, but one thing for sure, it is arguably the home of comedy in the west of Ireland.
Linenhall Film Club commences its Spring 2019 programme with the hilarious French comedy C’est La Vie! on Tuesday, January 15 at 8pm.
An exhibition of work by Mayo filmmaker, Fergus Sweeney, relating to the tragic 2017 helicopter crash at Blacksod in North Mayo, will take place in Ballina Arts Centre on January 12 next.
SHOW ME The Funny, Ireland's longest running and most wide reaching comedy talent competition, returns for its 12th season at The King's Head this month.