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You’ve heard of Game of Thrones, but have you ever heard of the Throne of GAAmes? Local hurling club Southern Gaels have acquired a novel item for their participation in this year’s St Patrick’s Day parade - the Throne of GAAmes.
“WE WANT to be as mainstream as Will Smith, as great as The Smiths, and as uplifting as Mr Smith Goes to Washington.” So said The Blossoms who play Galway next week.
FOIL ARMS & Hog, the brilliant Irish comedy sketch trio, have announced a new Galway show, due to phenomenal public demand, as their March 24 at the Town Hall Theatre has sold out.
WALLIS BIRD, the Wexford singer-songwriter, returns to the Róisín Dubh this month as part of her new tour, promoting her latest album, Home, which also takes in the continent, Japan, and Australia.
This Friday January 6th is Nollaig Na mBan or Women's Little Christmas and to celebrate the Herstory programme, 56 Central have teamed up with the Herstory project to celebrate the event and from 6pm will play host to a celebration of life -
JOE ROONEY is best known as 'gurrier priest' Fr Damo from Father Ted, barfly Timmy Higgins on Killinaskully, and from his appearances on Red Rock, but he is also a first rate stand-up and improv comedian.
PADDY CASEY closes 2016 with new song, ‘Everything Must Change’, a taster for his forthcoming sixth album, due for release in spring 2017. Before that he plays the Róisín Dubh.
ACCLAIMED DUBLIN indie-rock duo We Cut Corners are enjoying a busy November, with the month having already seen the launch of their third album, The Cadences of Others, and the double A-Side single, ‘Oh’/‘Mandinka’, and now comes a Galway show.
HE WAS Eoin McLove in Father Ted, Dougal Maguire's nemesis, and a character who became an instant classic with such lines as, "Go away! I don't want to catch the menopause!" and "I’ve no willy’".
MARTIN HAYES and Dennis Cahill just may be one of, if not the greatest, partnership in Irish trad. The duo, going strong since they met in Chicago in the 1980s, make a welcome return to Galway, to play the Róisín Dubh this month.