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CAOIMHÍN Ó RAGHALLAIGH, one of the most acclaimed and prolific Irish musicians of his generation, will perform at the next Nocturne show at Loam restaurant, Fairgreen Road.
Expect an exciting and energetic performance from one of the world’s most renowned trad bands – The Kilfenora Céilí Band when they take to the stage in Claremorris next month.
"TO BE an audience member in Farrelly’s crowd is a joy. Each joke landed perfectly...impeccable comic timing," is how Broadway Baby described Gearóid Farrelly at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
For anyone who has a love of Irish traditional music, The Pillar House in Ballinasloe on Wednesday, November 8 is the place to be.
MARTIN HAYES and Dennis Cahill may be one of, if not the greatest, partnership in Irish trad. The duo, going strong since meeting in Chicago in the 1980s, return to Galway, to play the Róisín Dubh this month.
The Irish Youth Music Awards, organised by Youth Work Ireland, is celebrating the release of IYMAs Volume 10, an album featuring 10 young up and coming musicians and bands from Galway and Meath. The album will be released tomorrow, Friday, and is available digitally and on CD.
No 70 Sliabh Rioga is a spacious and bright four-bedroomed well constructed home set on a beautiful well managed estate just off Circular Road in Galway city.
IN HIS first official engagement as Mayor of Galway, Pearce Flannery told the launch of the 29th Galway Film Fleadh, how, as a boy in Ballinasloe, he and his friends were thrilled to be cast as extras in the 1971 movie, Flight Of The Doves.
THIS YEAR saw Seán Keane release his first new album in almost a decade and he closes 2016 with a concert in The Forge, Moycullen, on Friday December 30 at 8.30pm.
Éadaoin Ní Mhaiciín, from Claremorris, won the fiddle competition at the recent Oireachtas Festival in Kilarney. The annual Oireachtas Festival is a mecca for lovers and performers of the traditional arts, and this year’s competitions again received a huge number of entrants aged from six years to 68. The range of competitions included storytelling, sean-nós dancing and singing, and the famous lúibíní competition in which two people perform a rhyming story through song.