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Dick Gaughan is one of those musicians who simply must be heard perform live. And now Athlone audiences will get a chance to see him tonight, Thursday October 9.
A FIERCELY proud Scot, an unapologetic “unreconstructed Socialist”, a leading contemporary folk singer-songwriter, and according to Dirty Linen magazine, “Scotland's head and conscience” - this is Dick Gaughan.
Mayo AC's masters athletes competed on the Irish team in the 26th Annual British and Irish Masters International Cross Country at Bute Park, Cardiff, last Saturday.
THE AMAZING Apples, Rackhouse Pilfer, and Voice of Ireland stars John Gaughan and Conor Quinn kick start the June Bank Holiday weekend at Monroe’s Live.
On Saturday, April 20 at 8pm multi-talented, Scottish-born guitarist and singer-songwriter Dick Gaughan will be taking to the stage in the Ballina Arts Centre. Gaughan’s songs are known for the passion and political conviction he puts into them and his music has been recorded by the likes of Billy Bragg, Christy Moore, Mary Black, Roy Bailey, and Capercaillie. Tickets cost from €12 to €15 and booking is essential.
Thirty years on from the famous Long Kesh Hunger Strike of 1981, in which 10 Republican prisoners died, an exhibition on the subject will be hosted in the Dalton Inn Claremorris on Saturday November 5.
Anyone perusing the Galway Arts Festival schedule would have been forgiven for raising an eyebrow on encountering the group charged with bringing the comedy programme to its finale. The London Snorkelling Team have been raising eyebrows for a while now, and not just for their name. This inventive ensemble have enjoyed a growing profile in recent months, playing festivals such as Latitude as well as renowned venues like London’s Roundhouse theatre to widespread critical acclaim. Their use of instruments such as the noog, farfisa, trombone, parabolic reflector, overhead projector, drums, saxophone, cavaquinho, coconut shells, baby bass, and horse combines to create a cocktail of music that has seen The Guardian brand them “as brilliant as they are hilarious”.
A civil case was heard at Belmullet District Court on Wednesday where damages were sought for breach of contract from a man who re-seeded two lawns.