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SugarBeat Music festival in August

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GALWAY, AND Ireland’s, latest outdoor music festival SugarBeat, takes place in Tuam in August, with singer-songwriter Damien Dempsey headlining.

OMG @ ZHIVAGO: Galway's entertainment retailer

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OMG @ Zhivago is your one stop shop for all the latest, exciting releases. The store has recently revamped its CD and DVD layout and more than doubled its vinyl selection. Vinyl is back with a bang with the recent international record store day proving a huge success in Galway.

Raglans to play Róisín Dubh

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LILY ALLEN’S father, actor Keith Allen, who can currently be seen in My Mad Fat Diary, has called Raglans’ “an immensely powerful band!”.

On the Cookery Book Shelf...

Ice Cream and Other Frozen Delights

Galway-born celeb hairdresser apologises for racist comments at BAFTAs

Galway-born celebrity hairdresser James Brown has apologised for repeatedly calling a black TV presenter a 'n*****' at the TV Baftas.

Lipsy collection now available at Anthony Ryan’s

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Lipsy, the red carpet label of choice for celebrities in the know, is now available at Anthony Ryan’s.

Squeeze Legend Glenn Tilbrook to play Kytelers

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Glenn Tilbrook one of popular music's most consistently brilliant artists will play Kyteler's Inn on Friday, November 21.

Galway to take part in global Twestival today

Galway is one of more than 175 cities around the world hosting a Twestival today (Thursday) to bring Twitter communities together for an evening of fun and raise money and awareness of global charity Charity: Water, which provides safe drinking water to communities around the world.

The Script play the west

After wowing fans in Oxygen last weekend the Script have announced that they will play one concert in the west this year and the Royal Theatre Castlebar is the chosen venue.

The Script are coming to the Royal Theatre

After wowing fans in Oxygen last weekend the Script have announced that they will play one concert in the west this year and the Royal Theatre Castlebar is the chosen venue. This one off concert promises to be an exceptional night, the boys who are also supporting U2 on July 27 in Croke Park couldn’t be happier about their Irish tour ahead of their European tour.

 

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