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IT SOLD out the National Concert Hall in Dublin two months in advance, and received a rapturous reception from the audience, including five standing ovations! This month it comes to Galway.
Congratulations to all those who have received a college course place. Hopefully, it will lead you on another step on the way to your ‘dream career’. Now you have a few weeks until you actually set off on this great adventure - for anyone who will be leaving home it’s a great time to learn a few basic recipes that will not only help you survive leaving the ‘family nest’ but will help you stick within your budget.
ABBA Sensations is the most dynamic ABBA tribute band in Ireland, and they hit the Newcastle House, Ballymahon, Co. Longford on December 22.
ABBA Sensations is the most dynamic ABBA tribute band in Ireland, and they hit the Newcastle House, Ballymahon, Co. Longford on December 22. Two tickets to this dazzling night are up for grabs.
EIMEAR QUINN, best known for winning the 1996 Eurovision with the song 'The Voice', will perform a candlelit concert in Galway Cathedral, accompanied by the renowned brass quintet Dublin Brass.
AIMEE BANKS, a 13-year-old from Moycullen, has made the Irish final of Junior Eurovision 2016, winning the televised heat on Sunday of the song contest, which is being broadcast on TG4.
Phil Coulter embarks on a nationwide tour this October and November, followed by three Christmas shows in December, to celebrate the release of Echoes of Home his first solo piano album in 25 years.
From early September transition year students of St Joseph’s secondary school, Castlebar, have been busy in rehearsal with their teachers for their annual musical show. This year’s show once again promises to be a musical extravaganza, featuring the ever popular songs of that music legend of the seventies, ABBA, high energy dance routines to rival Beyonce, and an engaging romantic storyline.
Originally from Dublin but now living in Knocnacarra, Niall Mooney will be once again vying to have his composition selected as the Irish entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. He was first struck by euro song fever in 2009 when he penned the Irish entry which was sung by Niamh Kavanagh. He repeated this feat again in 2010, and now he is renewing his fervour for the Eurovision Song Contest with a song entitled ‘Fire’ and sung by Mulingar resident, Zoe Alexis.