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The Acer palmatum, or Japanese maple, seems to be high on the wish list of trees for gardens and often when I meet clients to discuss their garden plans it’s one of the plants they’d like included. I’m not surprised as it’s such a pretty, elegant tree – but if you’d like to grow one there are a few things it’s useful to know.
RTÉ Concert Orchestra wins ‘Outstanding Achievement Award' prior to Messiah concert in Knock Basilica
RTÉ Concert Orchestra scooped the special award for Outstanding Achievement 2018 at the IMRO Awards in Dublin last week and this talented group of musicians is due to take to the stage of Knock Basilica on Saturday November 3 at 7.30pm for a special performance of Handel’s Messiah.
Ballycumber native, Simon Casey’s latest song release features the dulcet tones of Hollywood star Patrick Bergin.
Save the date! Your old friends are calling. The perennially popular Prince Bar, Athlone, hosts a trivia night based on the iconic 90s comedy show, ‘Friends’.
A few weeks ago we spoke about the tiny, early spring bulbs that flower in late winter and at the very start of spring. This week let’s consider narcissi – known to most of us as daffodils. As a rule of thumb, the smaller the bulb and the earlier it flowers, the sooner you need to get it in the ground to allow root and shoot formation in time for the main event – blooming. It’s still a bit early for tulips as current advice is to plant them when it gets really cold – November or December is fine and you can even get away with planting them in January, as all but the early ones don’t flower till April or May.
CHELA AND Chiquita are a formerly wealthy couple now forced to sell some of their inherited possessions. When Chiquita is imprisoned for fraud, Chela must embark on a journey of self-discovery.
PAUL CURRIE is no stranger to Galway and will be playing the Vodafone Comedy Carnival later this month, but when a comedian is as good and original as Currie is, then seeing him once is not enough.
AGEING, GRIZZLY, self-destructive, country singer Jackson Maine’s (Bradley Cooper) career is on the slide. An alcoholic, he is starting to lose his hearing and his passion.
THE BINGO - Craic, Balls and SurPrizes!, with Irish Comedian of The Year 2016 Steve Bennett and the flamboyant phenomenon that is Steven Sharpe, will see a night of madcap comedy bingo at The Skeff, Eyre Square.
On January 30 1984 it was said that the whole of Ireland grieved the death of Dubliner Luke Kelly and you can relive his legend in Claremorris Town Hall on Saturday October 13.