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DUALITY OF Function, an exhibition featuring porcelain clay, or 'white gold' as it is also known, and three artists who work in this medium, opens in the Galway Arts Centre tomorrow.
PAT COLDRICK, the Irish classical guitarist plays Monroe's Live on Thursday October 15 at 9pm, where he will perform his own arrangements of works in the classical repertoire, as well as original compositions.
SEO LINN, the young trad band who have caught the imagination of YouTube viewers with their covers of Avicii’s ‘Wake Me Up’, Macklemore’s ‘Can’t Hold Us’, and Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’, play Monroe's Live this month.
AIDAN STRANGEMAN, the 2014 So You Think You’re Funny Award winner - an award previously won by Dylan Moran, Tommy Tiernan and David O’ Doherty - will headline the Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh, in the venue's upstairs bar, tomorrow at 8.30pm.
COLUM MCCANN, one of Ireland’s finest writers, will read from his new book, Thirteen Ways Of Looking, at an event tomorrow evening [Friday October 9], organised by Cúirt International Festival of Literature and An Taibhdhearc Theatre.
PATRICK LAFCADIO Hearn is the most famous Irishman you have never heard of, but for people in Japan he is an Irish writer whose stature is rivaled only by WB Yeats and James Joyce - and Galway is about to become aware of him through a celebration of his life and work in the city.
DUBLIN GARAGE and blues-rock trio The Minutes, who, according to DJ Rob Smith are "one of, if not then the finest rock & roll band to have ever come out of Ireland", play Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh tonight at 10.30pm.
The Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway is less than two weeks away and kicking off this jamboree of japes and jollity is Ireland’s own Patrick Kielty who brings his new show, Help, to the Róisín Dubh on Tuesday October 20 at 8pm.
A County Galway family whose baby was born prematurely a year ago was so impressed by the level of care their son received that they organised a fundraiser to benefit the facilities which looked after him.
More than 2,500 Galway children may benefit from the services provided by the new €650 million national children’s hospital in Dublin, which is expected to be completed by 2019.