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FROM THE lieder tradition in Germany to bands like Iron Maiden setting Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of The Ancient Mariner’ to music, there has long been a connection between literature and song.
TOBY KAAR “is making me want to get torn up and fight a chair. Amazing.” so said Nialler 9 about the Corkornian electronica producer and live performer who plays the Róisín Dubh tomorrow.
Seamus Fogarty performs as part of his God Damn You Mountain tour tonight, Friday October 5 in the Passionfruit Theatre Athlone. Support on the night by Athlone native Brendan Coyle.
Despite the economy being in recession and a summer characterised by rain, the Galway Arts Festival managed to enjoy a bumper year, drawing in record crowds for many shows.
FROM MUSIC to dance, from theatre, street performances, to exhibitions of all kinds, the Galway Arts Festival is continually seeking innovative ways to engage with its ever expanding audiences, and this year is no exception with the new addition of the First Thought Talks series.
A DIVERSE array of Irish musical talent will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh next Monday from 8pm for the launch of the new Communion night.
GARAGE POP, rock/hardcore, and experimental electronica will be the diverse order of the day at a gig that weekend in the Galway Arts Centre.
IRISH BAND Come On Live Long, though barely a year in existence, have generated much excitement among indie fans and music critics, and Galway will see why this weekend.
THREE INDIETRONIC bands - Milan Jay, Toy Soldier, and The Great Balloon Race - play Citóg at The Cellar on Eglinton Street tomorrow at 10pm.
Theatre buffs are in for a treat this weekend when the Barn Owl Players present their second One-Act Festival at The Barn (behind St Canice's Cathedral)