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Rock Project founder to visit Galway for opening this Saturday

Galway’s newest and most exciting music school for 7 - 18 year olds, The Rock Project is opening in Knocknacarra Community Centre, Cappagh Road, Galway this Saturday October 17 2015 at 12.30 pm and some places are still available.

Late Late Toy Show auditions come to Athlone

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The Late Late Toy Show auditions hit Athlone on Tuesday, with acts from across the Midlands and Connaught competing for a coveted spot on the biggest show in Irish television.

Plenty of autumn screen action for Athlone Film Club

Athlone Film Club’s next film, showing on Tuesday November 3, will be The Forgotten Kingdom, directed by Andrew Mudge.

Cheer on Robbie down at The Snug this Sunday

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Make time for music this week with plenty of great acts at The Snug Bar, before the sport takes top billing on Sunday. 

Pillar House Folk Club welcomes Luka Bloom

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The Pillar House Folk Club in Ballinasloe has in just over a year become a premier live music venue, having hosted a diverse range of Ireland’s finest folk artists.

Duo of one-act dramas up next at Athlone Little Theatre

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There's a dramatic contrast of styles up next at Athlone Little Theatre, with the staging of two modern one-act plays from Saturday October 24 to Friday October 30. 

Catch Whitewater live at The Prince Bar

Head on over to the Prince Bar this week, for musical entertainment, bar food, a great atmosphere, and maybe a cocktail or two before the crazy season gets going!

October entertainment at Tuar Ard, Moate

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There's a host of entertainment to be had at the Tuar Ard centre in Moate during the rest of the month.

A letter from Seamus Heaney

Irish traditional music is one of the great survivors of history. Maybe it was because we are an island, way off on our own in the western Atlantic, and until the latter decades of the last  century, out of hearing from the mass cultural movements of popular cinema, radio and TV, especially the modern music from Europe and the US, that something distinctive has survived. As a boy I would only hear traditional music sessions in a few Gaelteacht areas, or from the welcoming Standún family in Spiddal, or at the Féiseanna at An Taibhdhearc, which was more memorable for the day off from school than it was for the music.

Metal, alternative rock, Dimebag Darrell, and Josh Homme

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TWO TRIBUTE bands, both celebrating outfits whose music is firmly located at the heavy end of the spectrum, albeit in different ways, come to Monroe's Live this month, for shows that will surely appeal to metal heads and alternative rockers alike.

 

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