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'Alice In Wonderland was my introduction to surrealism'

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Cartoonist, painter, poet, novelist, critic, rock musician, punster, polymath, raconteur and wit; Tom Mathews has so many strings to his bow he could open his own archery club.

Atlantic Rhythm Section to get funky for Easter

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THE ATLANTIC Rhythm Section play The Twelve in Bearna this Easter Saturday at 10.30pm. Somewhat unusually for an outfit comprising three An Spidéal residents, the group’s repertoire is a toe-tapping, hip-shaking, combination of feisty funk and r’n’b.

The march of time cannot be stopped

I was in Dublin last Sunday morning to do a slot with Today FM on the football season ahead, more of which later. I rushed home from Dublin anxious to get back in time for the club championship matches; Crossmolina v Ballinrobe and Ballina v Westport. The big shock for me from all of the fixtures last weekend was the score line from the first game in Crossmolina.

Ballykissangel man @ Monroe’s

BALLYKISSANGEL ACTOR and musician Joe Savino and filmmaker and musician Justin McCarthy have joined forces as a musical duo.

Hard to look past Shamrocks on county final day

The intercounty action may be over for another year but there is still plenty of activity going on around the country.

GAFTV goes live on Monday

Filmmakers from across Ireland will be in Galway to ensure arts festival audiences receive up to the minute previews, news, and exclusive interviews through the online GAFTV.

Arts festival 2010 gave welcome €20 million boost to local economy

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Galway business received a €20 million boost from this year’s Arts Festival, organisers revealed this week as the curtain fell on what was a successful event which saw record crowds visit the city during the two weeks.

Nice day, good crowd, but Waterford’s attitude leads to poor game

The GAA's decision to scrap the scoring difference in favour of the head to head format left the association with egg on its face last weekend, as all bar one of the last round league games ended up being nothing more than glorified challenge matches. The only game of any real importance was the relegation battle between Dublin and Limerick.

Cúirt to celebrate forty years of Gallery Press

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AS CÚIRT celebrates its 25th birthday, the festival programme is also hosting a 40th birthday celebration for Gallery Press, Ireland’s pre-eminent poetry publishing house.

Cúirt to celebrate forty years of Gallery Press

AS CÚIRT celebrates its 25th birthday, the festival programme is also hosting a 40th birthday celebration for Gallery Press, Ireland’s pre-eminent poetry publishing house.

 

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