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Legendary folk singer and balladeer Christy Moore, famed for his thrilling live performances, has been added to the line-up for this summer’s Westport Festival of Music and Food which takes place in the picturesque grounds of Westport House on June 29 and 30. Christy Moore will take to the Westport Festival main stage on Saturday June 29 with long-time collaborator, singer/song writer Declan Sinnott, who has performed with Christy for more 30 years.
Ireland’s ‘Queen of Rockabilly’ Imelda May will play the Galway Arts Festival Big Top on Friday July 26, joining an excellent Big Top line up that includes Grizzly Bear, Josh Ritter, and Glen Hansard.
Elvis Costello and Imelda May have been announced as the headline acts for the Westport Festival of Music and Food which was launched in Dublin on Wednesday night.
WHILE THE headliners include Elvis Costello and Imelda May, Galway bands and a stage hosted by the Róisín Dubh, will feature strongly at this year’s Westport Festival.
DUBLIN SINGER-songwriter Róisín O, proclaimed as “One To Watch” for 2012 by Hotpress, and her band ,will play Monroe’s Live on Saturday November 3 at 9pm.
It has arrived! The first Westport Festival of Music and Performing Arts is taking place this Saturday and Sunday, June 23 and 24.
The Down Syndrome Centre is urging women to donate dresses to one of Ireland’s most fashion-forward fundraisers, Buy My Dress, supported by Kellogg’s Special K. The Down Syndrome Centre hopes to raise €120,000 this year through the fundraiser, which will take place at various locations around the country on Saturday. The Galway Buy My Dress event will take place in the Hotel Meyrick on Saturday from 11am to 5pm.
ANNETTE BUCKLEY, the Cork singer-songwriter, whose music has been called “haunting and deeply original” by the Irish Independent, plays Galway next week.
The Royal Theatre is really out to treat you this Christmas, hosting a magical array of Concerts, shows and New Year fun, beginning with The Coronas on St Stephen’s Night, supported by two fantastic up and coming rock bands, 21 Outs from Ballina, and The Kanyu Tree from Galway.
Our European counterparts, such as France and Italy in particular, have been long standing pioneers of design. So much so both Paris and Milan have been the launch pad for many a great name including Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and Tom Ford. However, as of late, our own shores have produced some of the best talent in the world of fashion who can more than compete with some of the more internationally known designers. Look at how well the likes of Paul Costello, John Rocha, Joanne Hynes and Orla Kiely have been internationally; with role models like these to look to, new Irish designers have the fashion world at their sewing machines.