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The case of a Nigerian woman who has been held on remand for eight weeks since she was detected without any documentation was adjourned once again to Ballina District Court on January 13.
RENOWNED GUITARIST, music arranger, and producer Declan Sinnott brings his Small Town Talk to the big city next week.
THE OVER The Edge readings will celebrate its sixth year in existence with a reading by Tom French in the Galway City Library on Thursday January 22 at 6.30pm.
THE TOWN Hall’s autumn season gets underway in earnest next week with a high-profile production of Martin McDonagh’s brilliantly visceral comedy of sibling rivalry, The Lonesome West.
At a meeting of the IFA National Sheep Committee in Dublin this week, James Murphy from Inistioge, Co Kilkenny was elected to the position of IFA National Sheep Committee chairman.
JIMMY CROWLEY - folk musician, ethnographer, and Gaelgoir - will play The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Sunday at 6.30pm.
A battle is on between Liam O’Carroll and Michael Eames for the right to run in Oranmore in June’s Local Elections and it seems FG HQ favours Mr O’Carroll while local members are going for Mr Eames.
COLIN DEVLIN will be performing songs from his new album Democracy Of One when he plays an acoustic show upstairs in the Róisín Dubh on Wednesday at 8pm.
Paul Brady, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is one of Ireland's most enduringly popular artists. Born and raised in Strabane, he was into a wide variety of music from an early age. A fifties child, his first sounds were the swing, jazz, and show tunes of his parents generation, then fifties rock 'n roll, sixties pop and Motown, blues, R’n’B, and country and western. Through all this ran the potent flavour of Irish traditional music and song.
IN 2007 the Galway based artist Aideen Barry visited NASA, she was able to see the new technologies it is developing, and experience zero-gravity.