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CITÓG, THE Galway music night which supports original, emerging, and alternative rock, pop, electro, and folk artists, returns in December for a second instalment of Wednesday night gigs at the Róisín Dubh.
The housing grants administered by Mayo County Council for older people, including repairs, adaptation, and mobility grants is reaching a critical point and needs to be addressed soon. That was the message given by director of services with responsibility for housing for Mayo County Council, Paul Benson. The council provided a grant of up to 75 per cent of the total costs of works carried out and has allocated €2.8 million in next year’s budget for the three schemes, however at last Monday’s budget meeting of the council Mr Benson warned there may be trouble ahead with the scheme.
profile of the O’Connor brothers lining out for Ballintubber on Sunday, but Corofin would be foolish to think that Padraic O’Connor didn’t pose as much of a threat as his two younger brothers who will be joining him in their attack. In his last three championship games, the eldest of the four O’Connor brothers, who will start for Ballintubber on Sunday, has rattled in 3-5 from his corner forward position.
THE MINUTES, RSAG, The Statics, and Galway acts Oh Boland and Chris Haze play The Jägermeister Freezer Sessions 100 Series in Monroe’s Live on November 14. Galway has been selected by Hot Press and Jägermeister as one of four locations across the country to host the sessions, and tickets for the event are free.
CITÓG, THE Galway music night which supports original emerging and alternative rock, pop, and folk artists, will this month hold begin a new series of tri-monthly gigs in its new home of the Róisín Dubh.
AROUND THIS time of year we get our first look at the Oscar contenders. While the heavy hitters tend to emerge at the end of December and January, sometimes more genre based releases, like Gravity last year, are released a few weeks early.
Get into the Hallowe’en spirit this weekend at the Prince Bar, they will be celebrating all things Hallowe’en.
Paschal Spelman may have been given that name at birth, but to the many thousands of people (especially old Galwegians) he entertained down the years, he was simply known as ‘Foggy’.
GIRL BAND despite their name, have no female members. Musically, these avant/noise-punks are very much a case of 'take risks but take no prisoners' with a sound that is as uncomprimising as it is aggressive. Galway audiences will be left in no doubt of any of this when they play Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh tomorrow (October 9) at 9pm.
Hello Mrs Murphy. Cold out, isn’t it?